Devils Lake in North Dakota has a humid continental climate, where the winters are extremely cold and the summers are usually mildly warm. Snowfall is frequent but light in the winters while there is plenty of rainfall during the summers.
The best time to visit Devils Lake depends on what activity you would like to pursue on your visit. For enthusiastic anglers the period from mid-April to October should be perfect. April – May and September – October is considered to be the peak season as the weather is cool and crisp and rainfall is scarce.