Welcome to The Lodge!
Experience the beauty and wonder of what rural North Dakota has to offer in this beautiful and truly one-of-a-kind setting. Stiklestad Lodge has a rustic theme with all the modern conveniences. Built in 2009, our lodge complex offers something for everyone. We offer:
- A breathtaking lodge complete with kitchen, bar, stone fireplace, lounge, dining area, laundry, 2 main lodge rooms with personal bathroom, front and back porches, stamped concrete patio, and outdoor fireplace
- Bunk house renovated from a granary
- luxurious bath house with sauna
- horseshoe pit
- rifle range
- trap range
- shop with indoor/outdoor heated kennels
- butcher shop
A Beautiful View of The Lodge!
The New Bath House!
It's easy to see that Stiklestad is special the moment you drive through the large pillars holding the hand-carved wooden sign. We offer a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts and will greet you with a warm welcome while providing an unforgettable experience. Smile and take it all in, because when you are at Stiklestad you're in for an adventure.
Stiklestad is a tribute to the hard working immigrants who first settled in the beautiful Fort Ransom - Sheyenne River Valley of North Dakota. The Battle of Stiklestad was fought in the year 1030 and is one of the most famous battles in the history of Norway. In this battle, King Olaf II was killed. Stiklestad church was erected at the site where King Olaf fell in battle. Early settlers of the Fort Ransom area formed the Stiklestad Lutheran Church in 1887. After a fire destroyed the church in 1968 the congregation dissolved, but the Stiklestad Cemetary can still be found 3 miles from the lodge today.