Bowman Haley Lake


Bowman-Haley Lake, ND formed at the confluence of Spring Creek, Alkali Creek, and North Fork Grand River; has 17 miles of scenic shoreline. The 1,740-acre V-shaped lake offers year-round recreational opportunities including camping, boating, and fishing. Surrounding the lake are 6,720 acres of prairie creeks and rolling uplands, which provide a haven for a wide variety of wildlife and waterfowl.


From Bowman, ND, 13 miles south on US 85, 9 miles east and 2 miles on a gravel county road.


(701) 252-7666



P. O. Box 1752 Jamestown, ND 58402-1752


Boating Historic & Cultural Site Camping Fishing Picnicking Water Sports Wildlife Viewing Other Recreation Concession Site


USACE - US Army Corps of Engineers

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