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Cooper Theatre
810 Burrel Ave. SW
Cooperstown, ND 58425
PO Box 338
Cooperstown, ND 58425
Office Telephone: 701-797-2317



Come and enjoy the newest movies (example-Dear John  was shown in Cooperstown the same week the opening was held in the big cities across America) at the extensively remodeled Cooper Theatre. Some of the remodeling includes: projector, sound system, seats, wiring, new furnace, bathrooms, store front, new shingles, etc.


Movies are shown on Saturday & Sunday evenings at 7 PM all year long. Current movies, dates and time are shown on Cooperstown web page under calendar of events.


The Cooper Theatre has been operated by various local families on a volunteer basis since the early 1970’s.

Admissions ~  $5

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RC Cooper Athletic Club
705 Burrel Ave NW
Cooperstown, ND 58425
PO Box 100
Cooperstown, ND 58425
Office Telephone: 701-797-3530

Cooperstown Bible Camp
11776 3rd St. SE
Cooperstown, ND 58425
Local Telephone: 701.797.2174
Fax: 701.797.2176
A year-round Bible camp and retreat center where our mission is "to develop a relationship between camper and Christ". Among our many fun activities are an adventure program (including a 43-foot climbing tower, zipline and high-ropes course), horseback riding, archery, riflery, sports, canoeing, swimming, crafts and much more. We offer great speakers and musicians during our year-round events, which include youth camps, horse camps, family camps, and retreats for everyone (mothers and daughters, fathers and sons, men, women, students, duck hunters, senior adults, single adults, pastors' families, and more.) Our facilities and services are also available for your group.
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Cooperstown Golf Club
305 Fairway Dr. NW
Cooperstown, ND 58425
PO Box 111
Cooperstown, ND 58425
Local Telephone: 701.797.2599

Open for business April through October.

Cooperstown Country Club is an excellent nine-hole grass greens golf course located on the northwest edge of Cooperstown. The course has evergreen lined fairways which have a gradual roll, producing elevation changes. A nicely manicured, irrigated course and greens, with paved cart paths and yardage markers, make this 9 hole course a pleasure to walk or use a rental powered cart.

The clubhouse is available year-round for rent for individual, corporate and charitable activities. Pro shop, food and beverages are available in the clubhouse.

Ladies Night - Wednesday - 2:00 pm
Men's Night - Thursday - 2:00 pm

                                                                                                                 For scheduled golf tournaments check calendar of events on .


PHONE NUMBER: 797-2599


Griggs County Public Library
902 Burrel Ave. SE
Cooperstown, ND 58425
Local Telephone: 701-797-2214

Cooperstown City Park
Modern RV Parking available. Call Cooperstown City Hall to make reservations
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Griggs County Museum
Local Telephone: 701-797-2992

Historical artifacts; recreated early day main street shops, businesses, and churches; "Busy Little Farm" (an animated collection of figures and buildings depicting life of days gone by; animated logging camp; working blacksmith shop; Veterans Recognition Center; fossil and mosaaur display.

A message from the President

     This year promises to be very exciting at the Griggs County Historical Society. We will be working closely with the State Historical Society, as well as THE FRIENDS of OSCAR-ZERO, and many other volunters in getting the State missile historical sites ready for opening. In conjunction with these sites, we are committed to establishing a COLD WAR MUSEUM inside our museum. For updates on Oscar Zero go to: - The Cold War display will be developed using artifacts and displays from Bismarck as well as building our own. Kevin Wold along with local volunteers will start with building of displays in March.

    We are in the process of purchasing the fair Board's building just north of our complex in preparation for future expansion of the Cold War exhibit. We have made great strides in our machinery shed this past year in building elevated display areas. Thanks to Edward, Clarence, Tom Johnson, Cokey, Augey  and others for this significant improvement. A new furnace was installed in the main exhibit hall using grant money that became available.

     We plan to have another threshing bee this year. Also, we are planning our annual evening of entertainment with a pie social. All of these events continue to be well attended. Of special significance this past season was a recognition dinner for A.K. and Florence Johnson and Willie and Merle Haerter their retirement from active participation  with the Historical Society. Both of these couples have had long-term working relationships with the museum. Thank you again A.K., Florence,Willie and Merle.

Orville Tranby, President


Mission Statement:

     The Griggs County Historical Society was organized to create interest in the early history of Griggs County and to obtain and preserve relevant historical  accounts, records, memorabilia and artifacts.

      The Griggs County Historical Society is a 501 c(3) non-proffit organization. The organization is registered with the State of North Dakota and maintains Federal ID 45-0397937. Donations are tax deductible in accordance with current IRS regulations.


You are cordially invited too visit the Griggs County Museum



Cooperstown Swimming Pool
1209 Foster Avenue NE
Cooperstown, ND 58425
Office Telephone: 701-797-2137
Office Telephone: 797-2137
Cell Phone: 789-0109

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Dakota Outpost
Cell Phone: 701-797-7791
Office Telephone: 701-797-3738