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The showpiece of Lewis and Clark State Park is the incredible Lewis and Clark Lake. Sprawling over 30 miles and totalling over 33,000 acres of water, it is actually a resevoir above Gavins Point Dam on the Missouri River. Beautiful sand beaches will attract the tourist simply longing for leisure, and fishermen will find the great Missouri Walleyes, along with some of the finest tournament quality bass fishing around.


On the northeast corner of Lewis and Clark Lake is the Marina, anchoring the lake's many watersports. This coastal quality marina is home to the tallest masts in the region. A full-service dealer provides on-the-water support, as well as boat sales. Don't have a boat? No worry, rentals are available as well: power, sail, and personal watercraft. Ships may be rented for the evening, week, or season.

If the great outdoors is what you enjoy, your search for the perfect campsite ends right here! Lewis and Clark recreation areas boast nearly 700 camp sites for everything from RVs to tents. Activities include bike and hiking trails, equestrian trails, an archery course, and more.

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