Edgeley is an agricultural community with wheat, corn, soybeans, sunflowers, barley, oats, potatoes grown in the area. Livestock, cattle and feedlots dot the countryside. In 2003, a wind farm was built with 41 wind-powered turbines generating electricity for the local power co-op.
- By car: exit 258 from I-94, on US 281, about 38 miles south of Jamestown.
- By plane: Edgeley Municipal Airport has a 3,600 foot runway.
- Antique Schoolhouse (Highway 281 south of Sixth Avenue), ☏ , firstname.lastname@example.org. Open seasonally from 8AM to 5PM or by appointment.
- Wind Farm (7 miles west of Edgeley), ☏ , email@example.com. The state's first wind farm. Information kiosk located along highway 13.
- Birding. You can observe many species in Edgeley, including kingfishers, larks, swans, geese, ducks, herons, pigeons, doves, crows, sparrows, meadowlarks, blackbirds, wild turkeys, pelicans, cormorants, pheasants, and grouse
- [dead link] Willow Creek Wood Shop, 6886 78th Avenue SE, ☏ , firstname.lastname@example.org. Handcrafted wood gifts, in Western, horse, Native American arts, and wildlife themes.
- Edgeley Coffee Shop, 517 Second St, ☏ .
- The Freeze, 210 6th Ave W, ☏ .
- Coachs Bar & Grill, 502 2nd St, ☏ .
- Edgeley Campground, 215 6th Ave, ☏ , fax: , email@example.com. Open April 15 through October 30
- Whitestone Battlefield located about 20 miles south and west of Edgeley. Here in 1863, US Cavalry troops, under the command of General Alfred Sully, engaged in a fierce battle with the Yanktonai and Hunkpapa Sioux Indians. At the conclusion of the Battle at Whitestone Hill, approximately 20 of Sully's men were killed and over 50 were wounded.
|Routes through Edgeley|
|Jamestown ← Nortonville ←||N S||→ Ellendale → Aberdeen|
|Ends at ← Linton ←||W E||→ Barney → Wahpeton|