All around Devils Lake you’ll find perfect parks for picnicking, frolicking and just watching the boats go by. All you need is a blanket.
Devils Lake can be discovered through six access points—whether you want to bring your kayak or have a picnic at one of our lakeside parks, it’s your adventure.
Regatta Grounds – A long, sprawling hillside leading right up to the edge of Devils Lake, Regatta Grounds is a perfect place to relax on a sunny afternoon. The park has a play structure, boat ramp, protected swimming area, fishing docs, a picnic area, restrooms and a gorgeous view of the lake.
Holmes Road Park – This cozy park is located on the west side of Devils Lake and features a fishing dock, boat ramp and restrooms. Grab your fishing pole and your bait box; dinner is waiting to be caught.
Sand Point Park – A beautiful sandy beach with a swimming area, restrooms, public grills and a picnic area—you’ll want to bring your swimsuit for this one.
East Devils Lake State Park – A quiet day-use State Park, East Devils Lake Recreation Area is surrounded by large Douglas firs and short hiking trails and boasts a picnic area, boat ramp, fishing dock, restrooms and a public fire pit. Bring your marshmallows and best campfire stories.
Hostetler Park – Snuggled right next to the World’s Shortest River, Hostetler Park is perfect for an evening stroll, leading to the Devils Lake Boardwalk trail. Bring your walking shoes and watch for D River wildlife like seagulls, ducks and herons.
Devils Lake State Campground – Camping is a time-honored Pacific Northwest tradition, and where better to pitch your tent than next to Devils Lake? This campground features tent sites, RV hookups, yurts, fishing docks and a boat moorage.