Spirit Lake Retreat
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Sheyenne, ND
Max Rig Size
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
We have plenty of room to roam with a 9 hole disc golf course and basketball court on property. Parking sites are gravel (1) and grass. Only the gravel site has electricity. No check in or out on Sunday please. Suggested Local Attractions:Devils Lake, a premier walleye fishing lake, is within 8 miles. Historic Fort Totten, and White Horse Hill National Game preserve are within 12 miles and Wood Lake is only 1/2 mile away.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 50A
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
Only 1 site has gravel and electricity (20/30/50amp) hookup. Please no alcohol outside of your rig or smoking in or around the buildings. You are welcome to run your generators. Quiet hours in the summer are 10pm to 7am. You are welcome to participate in any of the activities we have, or you can use this as a retreat to recharge your spiritual batteries. No check in or out on Sunday please.
Access Road Conditions: About a mile of gravel to our property. Take a right at the “Y” intersection. We are about 1/4 of a mile on the right. Look for all the red buildings. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Next to Rig
Hosted By Mikflowers
Pastor Mike Details: My wife and I are missionaries on the Spirit Lake Nation in North Central North Dakota. We are co-directors of the Spirit Lake Ministry. Our Ministry reaches out to the peoples of the Spirit Lake Nation and the surrounding area. We host work teams in the summer and provide worship services for all ages throughout the year. Home Town: Wood Lake, near Tokio North Dakota Favorite Boondocking Locations: We have yet to boondock. Skills or Expertise to Share: We love people.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
4 months ago
Mike and Libby were so accommodating and generous. We were thankful for the electric connection to cool down. They also had a water spigot. We even we able to each use the shower in the ministry center. We needed a day off to catch up on school and work and so we got to explore the area the second evening. We never would have learned about this part of the country if we hadn’t stayed here and had to slow down a bit. We visited Fort Totten, jumped in Devil’s Lake, saw elk, bison and prairie dog at the White Horse Hill refuge and hiked the loop. A quiet, subtle beauty pervades the area. Thank you for allowing us this glimpse!
4 months ago
A beautiful setting in a large acreage with lots of open space. Perfect place if you just need a quiet break. Although we did not have much time to visit, but the Hosts Mike and Libby were very friendly and very welcoming. Our experience was just a one night stay, as we were passing through and kind of in a rush to get home. So, we just used it for some quiet time to rejuvenate from our long trip, but would certainly consider stopping in again sometime for a bit of a longer stay.
5 months ago
We were first time BW and we were communicated with and knew exactly how to find there beautiful property. Mike and Libby were such gracious hosts during our two days we stayed with them. They helped us find a couple of very interesting places to visit of Fort Totten and White Horse Hill Wildlife Preserve.. We had some nice conversations with them and appreciated their ministry to the community they are a part of. Thank you for a great site to park our Class A Rig and rest.
5 months ago
We stayed two nights at the retreat and we had a great time! Pastor Mike and his wife Libby were very welcoming and we had a good time talking with them on multiple occasions. There were to other mission groups while we we there. We were invited to dinner, breakfast, and devotion and enjoyed talking with everyone . We even got to sit in one evening while local tribe members drummed, sang, and danced, and they were incredible! As others said, the amenities were top notch. We will definitely stop back in next time we come through the area.
6 months ago
The best part should be the superlative site, right? Which it was: they provide an actual leveled rv pad, complete with gravel, water, and electric. But really the best part was how welcoming the hosts were: from inviting us to share meals with their retreat guests to including us in the audience for a fantastic Native American dance exhibition. Everything about our stay was fantastic!