Edgeley, a vital, community-minded town, is located 38 miles south of Jamestown, North Dakota, at the crossroads of Hwy. 281 & 13.
Edgeley is a very rural community with farming being a large part of our economy. Wheat, corn, soybeans, sunflowers, barley, oats, and potatoes are the more common small grains grown in the area. Livestock is another important aspect of our economy, with cattle and feedlots dotting our countryside.
Wind Energy became a reality in the summer of 2003. North Dakota’s first wind farms were built 8 miles west of Edgeley. More information on the 41 turbines can be found by clicking on the Wind Energy button.
Hunting and fishing are very popular pastimes in this area. We offer fantastic duck hunting, pheasant hunting, whites, blues and Canada geese hunting, grouse, partridge and dove hunting, coyote hunting, and white tail deer hunting for both the gun and archery enthusiasts.
Our lakes and dams offer great fishing for walleye, northern pike, perch, crappies and bluegills.
Have you visited our new Lions Weaver Memorial Park on Main Street? The Prairie Rose Homemakers teamed up with volunteers and created a beautiful park on an empty lot! SummerFest Celebrations are held in this park throughout the summer bringing great food and good music to the public!
If you’ve never experienced small-town life, give Edgeley a chance! It’s happening here because we care enough to make it happen! We’re more than just a small dot on the map; we’re a small town with big hearts and friendly faces!