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What to see in Devils Lake
- Explore Devils Lake, the largest natural lake in the state, which gives the town its name. Popular activities include boating, fishing, birding
- Visit Sullys Hill National Game Preserve to see native fauna and local wildlife, including prairie dogs, elk
- Learn about the region at the Lake Region Heritage Center and the State Historical Society of North Dakota.
Best times to travel to Devils Lake
Visit Devils Lake in winter to take part in cold-weather recreation including skiing, snowmobiling or ice fishing at Devils Lake. Summer is the mildest weather of the year, and many events make a summer visit memorable, including the Devils Run Car Show, which highlights classic and muscle cars, motorcycles and local musicians. Nearby Fort Totten hosts several rodeos and powwows in summer.