Benson County, North Dakota Basics:

Benson County North Dakota - Government Site

Population: 6,765
Area: 1389 square miles
County seat: Minnewaukan
Area code(s) in use: 701
Time zone: CST
High school graduate or higher: 82.0%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 11.1%
Median household income: $34,706
Persons in poverty: 35.7%
Home ownership rate: 65.4%
Mean travel time to work: 16.2 minutes

Adjacent counties:
Eddy  Nelson  Pierce  Ramsey  Towner  Wells  

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Map of the Benson County area

Our detail map of Benson County shows the Benson County, North Dakota boundary lines and other interesting items.

Places in Benson County, North Dakota

  Airports     show all on map

Bouret Ranch Airport, Gilbertson Field Airport, Leeds Municipal, Leeds Municipal Airport, Maddock Municipal Airport, Rices Airpark, Sabbe Brothers Landing Strip Airport, Sorlie Airport

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Benson County Courthouse, Benson County Sheriff's Office, Esmond Community Ambulance Service, Esmond Fire Protection District Station, Fort Totten Station - Dakota Sioux Volunteer Fire Department, Lake Region Pioneer Daughters Museum, Leeds Ambulance Service, Leeds City Hall, Leeds Fire Department, Leeds Public Library, Maddock Ambulance Service, Maddock City Hall, Maddock Community Center, Maddock Community Library, Maddock Fire Department, Minnewaukan Ambulance Service, Minnewaukan City Hall, Minnewaukan Museum, Minnewaukan Police Department, Minnewaukan Public Library, Minnewaukan Volunteer Fire Department, Oberon Fire Department, Spirit Lake Ambulance Service, Spirit Lake Casino and Resort, Sprit Lake Tribal Police Department, Valerie Merrick Memorial Library, Warwick Rural Fire Station

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Bourett Cemetery, Brinsmade Cemetery, Esmond Cemetery, Flora Cemetery, Free Church Cemetery, Hesper Cemetery, Hillside Cemetery, Knox Cemetery, Knox Cemetery, Leeds Cemetery, Maddock Cemetery, Minnewaukan Cemetery, North Viking Cemetery, Our Saviors Cemetery, Saint Anns Cemetery, Saint Boniface Cemetery, Saint Marys Cemetery, Saint Peter Cemetery, Warwick Cemetery, Wilmerth Cemetery, Zion Cemetery

  Census     show all on map

Fort Totten Census Designated Place

  Churches     show all on map

Antelope Valley Church, Antiochia Church, Bethany Church, Christian Church, Emanuel Church, Fairview Church, Fron Church, Immanuel Church, Klara Church, Lebanon Church, Pleasant Valley Church, Saint Jerome Church, Saint Olaf Church, Saint Petri Church, Stony Lake Church, Vase Church, Viking Church, West Minnewaukan Church, Wood Lake Church

  Dams     show all on map

Bouret Dam, Bourett Dam, Iverson Dam, Round Lake Outlet Control Dam, Wood Lake Marsh Dam

  Flats     show all on map

West Bay

  Islands     show all on map

The Island

  Lakes     show all on map

Black Slough, Broken Bone Lake, Court Lake, Cranberry Lake, Elbow Lake, Fish Lake, Free Peoples Lake, Horseshoe Lake, Lake Ibsen, Lake Mary, Lake Murie, Lake Seventeen, Lake Yri, Legreid Lake, Long Lake, Long Lake, Mallard Lake, Mallard Lake, Mud Lake, Mud Lake, O'Connell Lake, Roberts Lake, Round Lake, Sand Lake, Sheep Lake, Shin Bone Lake, Silver Lake, Spring Lake, Square Lake, Stink Lake, Stink Lake, Stony Lake, Sweetwater Lake, Twin Lakes, Twin Lakes, Wood Lake

  Locales     show all on map

Fort Totten Indian Agency, Pleasant Lake Rest Area

  Parks     show all on map

Carr National Wildlife Refuge, Knox Slough State Game Management Area, Olson National Wildlife Refuge, Pleasant Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Silver Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Sullys Hill National Game Preserve, Volk National Wildlife Refuge, Wurgler National Wildlife Refuge

  Populated Places     show all on map

Baker, Brinsmade, Comstock, Esmond, Fillmore, Flora, Fort Totten, Harlow, Hesper, Isabel, Josephine, Knox, Lallie, Leeds, Maddock, Minnewaukan, Niles, Oberon, Pleasant Lake, Saint Michael, Tilden, Tokio, Warwick, York

  Post Offices     show all on map

Esmond Post Office, Fort Totten Post Office, Knox Post Office, Leeds Post Office, Maddock Post Office, Minnewaukan Post Office, Oberon Post Office, Saint Michael Post Office, Tokio Post Office, Warwick Post Office (historical), York Post Office

  Reservoirs     show all on map

Wood Lake Marsh Reservoir

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Arne School, Cankdeska Cikana Community College, Cankdeska Cikana Community College Student Union, East Side Day School, Eldon School, Four Winds Community High School, Free Peoples School, Gallinger School, Gallinger School Number 1, Indian School, Lakeview School Number 1, Lakeview School Number 2, Leeds Public School, Lone Tree School Number 1, Lone Tree School Number 2, Maddock Public School, Minnewaukan Public School, Natural Resource Building, North Fork School Number 1, North Fork School Number 2, Oberon Elementary School, Plainview School Number 1, Plainview School Number 2, Quarve School, Rich Valley School, School Number 1, School Number 1, School Number 1, School Number 1, School Number 1, School Number 1, School Number 1, School Number 2, School Number 2, School Number 3, School Number 3, School Number 3, School Number 4, School Number 4, School Number 7, Tate Topa Tribal School, Vocational Carpentry Trades Building, Warwick Public School

  Springs     show all on map

Palmer Spring

  Streams     show all on map

North Fork Sheyenne River

  Summits     show all on map

Broken Bone Hill, Crow Hill, Devils Heart Butte, Sams Hill, Sullys Hill, The Buttes

  Swamps     show all on map

Oswalds Bay

  Valleys     show all on map

Big Coulee, Big Coulee, Big Coulee, Little Coulee, Peterson Coulee, Trappers Coulee,

Benson County, North Dakota Population By Race (2012 estimate)

American IndianBenson County American Indian population 3,6873,686  
WhiteBenson County White population 2,9292,929
MixedBenson County Mixed population 122121
AsianBenson County Asian population 1413
BlackBenson County Black population 76
Hawaiian & Pacific IslanderBenson County Hawaiian & Pacific Islander population 00

Additional population tables :
State population table
North Dakota population by county