Cooperstown is the seat of Griggs County, in the east central area of North Dakota. It has a population of 1,053. Map coordinates are latitude 47.44 N, longitude 98.12 W and elevation is 1,437 feet.
Cooper Theatre, 810 Burel Ave. SW. Small, rural movie theater.
Griggs County Historical Museum 12th Street SE. +1 701 797-2771 or +1 701 797-2528. See antiques, newspapers and collectibles from early residents. Rhodes Busy Little Farm. Lumber Camp mechanical display and a veterans recognition center. Open from May to September on Sunday 1pm-4:30pm or by appointment. Adults $2, family membership $5.
Lake Johnson State Historic Site, 6 miles south and 1 mile west, Cooperstown. +1 701 328-2666. Honors George T. Johnson, Company G, 3rd Illinois Cavalry, who drowned in the lake during the 1863 Sibley Expedition.
Camping at Cooperstown City Campground, City Park, Foster Ave NE, +1 701 797-3530 (fax: +1 701 797-3531, email: firstname.lastname@example.org), . Open May 31 thru September 30. Tent and 6 RV sites with full hookups.
Volden Farm Bed & Breakfast, 11943 County Rd. 26, Luverne. +1 701 769-2275 (fax: +1 701 769-2610, email: email@example.com). Old world atmosphere on the wide prairie of Eastern North Dakota. Main House contains Russian and Norwegian furnishings and artifacts. 300 acres of fields and woods, hills and coulees surround the house.
Park Ave Bed and Breakfast (Park Ave B&B), 701 Park Ave NW, ☎ 701-789-0643 (ParkAveBedandBreakfast@gmail.com), . Located in a home built in 1904 and decorated with antiques and family treasures. This B&B offers comfortable guest bedrooms, full breakfast, wireless internet service, AC and fireplace.$65-$71. edit
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