Lake Sakakawea

North Dakota

68Listings$25K-$1.6M$15.3MTotal Value
Lake Sakakawea, North Dakota

Lake Sakakawea real estate is the largest market for lake homes and land in North Dakota.

There are typically around 10 lake homes for sale on Lake Sakakawea, and 10 lots and land listings available. Lake Sakakawea homes for sale have an average list price of $445,000.

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    About Lake Sakakawea
    In the Missouri River Basin

    Lake Sakakawea is a 368,000-acre lake with a 180-mile long shoreline, more than the California Pacific coast. Understandably, the lake is the third-largest man-made reservoir in the United States.

    It is located in northwest North Dakota and an hour and a half from Bismarck.

    The Sakakawea Medical Center is about 30 minutes from the south side of the lake, though there are clinics scattered among the shoreline. The Minot International Airport is a little over an hour from the east side of the lake.

    Kennback’s Jack & Jill and Jason’s Superfoods are both grocers on the north side of the lake.

    The Rooster Bar and Grill, Bison Room, Teddy’s Lounge New Town, and Ranchman's 23 Saloon and Steakhouse are all quality places to eat and drink around the lake.

    Fishing and Boating

    Sakakawea is renowned for chinook salmon but is also home to walleye and northern pike. The lake offers multiple boat ramps, a marina, and a fish-cleaning station.

    Lake Sakakawea residents enjoy all kinds of boating, including sailboating and windsurfing.

    Enjoy the Outdoors

    Lake Sakakawea is teeming with state parks, one of which is the Lake Sakakawea State Park, which offers facilities for camping, hiking, or swimming on the beach.

    Explore Bismarck

    Welcome to the capital of North Dakota, the great city of Bismarck! The area was once navigated by Lewis and Clark and has since become a central location for North Dakota culture and trade. Consequently, it has endless opportunities for prospective visitors.

    The Bismarck Arts & Galleries Association is open Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Visitors can come here to view stimulating visual arts.

    Additionally, the Buckstop Junction Historic Town facilitates historic buildings to simulate the experience of the early settlers of the Missouri River valley during the 19th Century. The junction offers tours and even membership for frequent visitors and supporters.

    Pirogue Grille, Blarney Stone Pub, JL Beers, and Fireflour Pizza are some of the popular restaurants in Bismarck. Laughing Sun Brewing, Luft Rooftop Beer Garden, and Borrowed Bucks Roadhouse are places to grab a drink to unwind.

    One of America’s Great Manmade Lakes!

    If you’re looking for an amazing lake experience on a massive man-made lake, take a look at Lake Sakakawea. It just might be the location of your next lake home!