Lake Tschida

North Dakota

1Listings$245K-$250K$245KTotal Value
Lake Tschida, North Dakota

Located in North Dakota, Lake Tschida real estate is the third largest market in the state for lake homes and lake lots.

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    About Lake Tschida
    Grant County, North Dakota

    Lake Tschida is a large, 3,400-acre public lake an hour and a half away from Bismarck near Elgin, North Dakota.

    It is 24 minutes from Jacobson Memorial Hospital and an hour and a half from Mercer County Regional Airport. Within 30 minutes is a SuperValu and an R Family Market.

    Lake History

    Lake Tschida was named after Micheal Tschida Sr., an Australian immigrant and North Dakota settler who became the first Mayor of Glen Ullin in 1906. Tschida was a proponent of building the Heart Butte Dam, which created the lake in 1949.

    Heart Butte Reservoir

    The lake sits on 7,575 acres of public land in the mists of the Heart Butte Reservoir. This land offers an abundance of wildlife and a beautiful setting for hunting ring-necked pheasant, sharp-tailed grouse, white-tailed deer, and mule deer.

    The ten recreation areas scattered around the shoreline facilitate campsites as well as grills, shelters, restrooms, and potable water.

    In the summer, Lake Tschida residents enjoy boating, swimming, and water skiing. In the cooler months, cross country skiing, trapping, and ice fishing become popular activities.

    Anglers on the lake enjoy reeling in gizzard shad, northern pike, saugeye, smallmouth bass, tiger muskellunge, walleye, white crappie, and yellow perch. A public boat ramp is on the southeast side of the lake.

    Explore Bismarck

    Welcome to the capital of North Dakota, the great city of Bismark! 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 Bismark 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.

    An Amazing Lake in the Heart of the Dakotas

    If you’re looking for a beautiful lake in a natural atmosphere, take a look at Lake Tschida. You just might find your next lake home!