Baiyangdian Lake (Chinese: 白洋淀) is located in the Hebei Province, China. It is the largest natural lake in northern China. It is referred to as the Kidney of North China.
The lake is home to about 50 varieties of fish and multiple varieties of wild geese, duck, and birds. The lake and side parks also are home to a vast number of lotus, ti plants, and other plants. From harvesting the fauna and flora of the lake, the locals make a living.
Baiyangdian Lake is a national and international tourist attraction flaunting its peaceful water scenes and vast lotus gardens. Hand-driven and motorized boats are available for small to medium sized groups; large motorized boats are available for large groups usually accompanied by a tour guide.
Islands on the lake host local restaurants that cook with local ingredients and hotels for the overnight tourist.