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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
14425 85th ST SW
Butte View Campground
Located one mile east of Bowman on Highway 12
Seasonal Campground open May - November
A Stay longer than 2 weeks must be approved by Director.
For more information or to reserve a campsite, call the Rec Center at 701-523-3896 or the Camp Host at 303-862-2266 (camp host on duty May - November)
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).