STUMP LAKE PARK OF NORTH DAKOTA
STUMP LAKE

Stump Lake Park
A winding circling road through a mass of green-leaved trees will lead you to a restaurant, campground, old-style pavilion, and a lake.  Historically, Stump Lake has been a shallow basin of water, suitable for birds but not fish.  Thanks to Mother Nature, the quality of the lake has changed through an additional 45 feet of fresh water, making it a new perch fishery.  Last winter, perch in fair size started coming out of the lake.  By this summer and next winter, good sized perch will be ready for the dinner table!  The North Dakota Game and Fish has released millions of perch into this lake, and it should be a great fishery for years to come. Walleye (also stocked) and Northern Pike are a few more choice fish in Stumplake.

Once only to look at, Stump Lake is now one of the areas fastest growing recreational attractions.  In 1998, a boat launch and two docks were put in for water sports and swimmers.

In addition to the lake, Stump Lake Park offers a variety of family attractions.  The park prides itself on being clean and green with something for everyone.  Stump Lake Park boasts a variety of hiking and biking trails, and a fun-filled playground that will entertain people of all ages.

There is a full-service campground for both campers and tenters with water and electricity hookups and a bathroom facility nearby.  Every weekend offers other types of entertainment from dances to softball tournaments to displays at the nearby Pioneer Village.  The park also has a restaurant and picnic shelter facilities for families and friends to gather and enjoy the summer day. 

Come visit Nelson County's secret oasis!  Disappear for a day, for a weekend, or a summer to remember and enjoy the simpler times of life. Contact Us

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