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Camping & Fishing
|Bowman Lions Park Campground
Primitive, dump station and pet friendly
|Contact: Roger Walter
506 3rd Ave SW
|Twin Butte Campground
Tent, 16 RV sites with electric (50 amp) shower, shaded pine trees, well water
701 3rd St NW
|Butte View Campground
Tent, 54 RV sites with electric (6 50-amp, 25 30-amp, 23 110) with showers/restrooms, water, dump station, playground, shelter, mature trees and open space
1 mile E on Hwy 12
|Bowman Haley Dam Campground
Restaurant, mini-store, electrical hookups, boat ramps, bathrooms, showers
15 miles SE
|Gascoyne Lake Campground
Tent, RV Sites
|Burning Coal Vein Campground
5 camp sites, picnic tables with shelters
Bowman Haley Water Recreation Area
The 1,740-acres v-shaped Bowman-Haley Lake offers year round recreational opportunities. Three recreation areas were developed which attract campers, boaters, fisehermen, hunters and others for whom the outdoors holds a fascination. Recreation facilities available at the lake range from scenic picnic sites to overnight camping.
Bowman Haley Dam Marina, located on the north shore of Bowman Haley Reservoir, offers a smoke-free, family environment with a restaurant, bar, convenience store and shower. For information call 701-275-6316.
Bowman County Lakes
Bowman-Haley Dam: 11 miles south, 8 miles east, 2 miles south of Bowman (walleye, perch, smallmouth bass - fishing pier).
Gascoyne Lake: 1.5 miles northwest of Gascoyne (pike).
Kalina Dam: 2 miles west, 1 mile south, 1 mile west, 1 mile south of Bowman (pike, perch, bluegill, no ramp).
Lutz Dam: 2.5 miles south, 2 miles west of Griffin (trout, bluegill, largemouth bass - no ramp).
Spring Lake: 1 mile south, 4 miles west of Rhame (pike, perch).
Slope County Lakes
Cedar Lake: 13 miles north, 2 miles west of Reeder (pike, perch).
Davis Dam: 16 miles west, 4 miles north of Amidon (trout, bluegill, largemouth bass).