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Frequently Asked Questions

What Do I Need to Bring With Me?

We have tried our best to anticipate all of your needs. Count on anything you find in a regular hotel room + household basics + a few home-like bonuses. Click here for a complete list of provided items.


How Many People Does The Sherlock Home Sleep?

The Sherlock Home will host four people. If additional guests in tents are requested, an additional fee of $50 per night does apply. We do not allow campers in the yard. Walhalla has a beautiful campground in Riverside Park.  Please visit their site to book your camping spot. 

Are Pets Allowed?

No. Due to allergies, pets are not allowed.

Can We Have a Bonfire?

Yes, we have a bonfire ring. Keep the fire contained to the ring and also follow the fire guidelines that are posted right along Highway 32 (also check the Pembina County & Cavalier County Emergency Management pages).  You are responsible for any damages. (Walhalla is in Pembina County, however, one mile West of town, it's Cavalier County. Pay attention to both!)


Please remember we are in a residential neighborhood and we actually like our neighbors. Be respectful of them and wrap it up at a decent hour. If you like staying up late, please keep the noise down. 

Where Can I Find Items I May Have Forgotten or Where Can We Eat?

If you need to purchase anything, there are plenty of places in Walhalla to get what you need. Click here for a complete list of local business, restaurants & bars.

Will I Still Be Connected?

Yes! With complimentary Wi-Fi along with our Roku Stick with Sling TV - you'll be guaranteed to not to miss a binge episode on Netflix (bring your own login), a Facebook post or a TikTok video.  But seriously, you're in one of the most gorgeous places on Earth - get outside and explore! {Tag us!}

We've Never Been to Walhalla - What Should We Do?

Here are links for some of the fun things to do within 30 minutes of Walhalla. We've included our personal notes!

  • Kayak, Canoe or Float Down the Pembina River.  If you launch from the Vang Bridge and exit the river at the Brick Mine Bridge - it's around two hours (if the river is moving at a normal pace...slower if it is more of a dry year; faster if it is really high). There are many places to stop along the way, so pack some snacks and beverages if you want to make it last longer.

  • Bring Your Horse for Some Great Trail Riding. Our apologies, we don't ride horses, but we do know many people bring their horses to Walhalla for great trail rides and events. Word is, it's a great place to "horse-around". 

  • Trailer the Dirt Bikes, Four Wheelers and Side-By-Sides.  Come ride the Gorge and take in some of the most breathtaking and scenic views you will ever find! {Some local slang...every now and then you will hear a reference to a side-by-each...that's your side-by-side.} They are probably testing your local knowledge. 

  • Ski, Sing-Along and Ride at Frost Fire Park. With downhill ski runs, a summer musical and a three-season downhill mountain bike trail, Frost Fire is home to adventure and fun! Food and beverage is available along with some of the most fantastic views of the Pembina Gorge!

  • Golf. Hands-down one of the most beautiful golf courses in North Dakota, the Walhalla Country Club is a par 36, nine-hole course with diverse terrain and gorgeous views of the Pembina Gorge and the sandy shores of glacial Lake Agassiz. If you would like to visit several courses in one day, Cavalier (ND), Langdon (ND), Winkler (MB) and Morden (MB) all of courses within 30 minutes of Walhalla. 

  • Hunt or Fish. This area is home to some of North Dakota' greatest wildlife from white-tailed deer, elk, moose, waterfowl, fur-bearer species and fish in local dams. 

  • Just Drive. We've included a map of our favorite places to road-trip (especially in the Fall).

  • Here's a great overview of a summer day trip!

What Is Within Two Hours of Walhalla?

Walhalla is a great halfway stop between Winnipeg, MB and Grand Forks, ND.  It's about two hours from Winnipeg and an hour and half from Grand Forks.  Starting April 1, 2022, the Canadian Government is no longer requiring pre-entry tests for fully vaccinated travelers! For more information about crossing the border, click here.

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