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Golden Valley County (North Dakota)

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Golden Valley County (North Dakota)

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Golden Valley County is in the Badlands area of the southwestern quadrant of North Dakota, on the Montana border. It has a population of 1,924 people and an area of 1,002 square miles. The county seat is Beach. It has 3 municipalities and 14 townships. Latitude: N46.92, Longitude: W104.00.



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  • By car: via I-94 to the western extreme of the state (exit 1).

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  • Fishing. Buffalo Gap Dam, 2 miles southeast of Buffalo Gap (I94 exit 18) for trout, largemouth bass, and bluegill. Camels Hump Dam, immediately northeast of Sentinel Butte (I94 exit 10) for trout, bluegill, and largemouth bass. Odland Dam , 7 miles north of Beach for pike, perch, and bluegill.
  • Hunting: prime area for mule deer. See map.

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