Golden Lake is located in northern Steele County, just 45 minutes from Grand Forks. It is home to a seasonal resort and campground offering a public beach, playground, boat launch, convenience store, restaurant, and entertainment. North Golden Lake is stocked with pike, walleye, and perch. The main part of the lake is more of a recreational lake that people enjoy boating and other water sport vehicles.
The campground offers RV spaces with electricity and sewer, along with space for tents. There are access points on both the east and west sides of the lake, and it is a very popular destination for vacationers throughout a 100-mile radius. Beginning fall of 2018 is very exciting as the campground area is being completely renovated, with completion early spring of 2019. We invite you to come camp at Golden Lake Acres! Renovation is looking great! Come check out the new RV campground! The restaurant has also been renovated with great updates and a very relaxing place to enjoy a great meal. A bar has been added to the restaurant if you would like to have a nice cold adult beverage ( must be 21). Come to Golden Lake and enjoy a relaxing place to be!
For reservations, camping and restaurant information, contact the resort at 701-543-4025 or call Jake Dickson at 218-779-4652. Golden Lake Acres: 13648 11th Street NE, Hatton ND 58240
The Steele County Museum consists of a historical museum, archives, and a cultural center representing the early 1900s. It is located on one block in the center of Hope and is open throughout the summer. It offers guided tours, assistance with historical research, weaving demonstrations and workshops, period style shows, and space for meetings and luncheons. The Steele County Historical Society is constantly expanding the collections featured in the Steele County Museum, and has recently made improvements to and renovated some of the structures.
Check out the website for more details: Steele County Historical Society.
The museum is usually open from Memorial Day-Labor Day. To schedule a tour, or for more information, contact the Steele County Historical Society at 701-945-2394.