Hoselton is a small town and neighbor of Spearfish Lake, somewhere to its northeast. It sits along the line of the C&SL Railroad between Spearfish Lake and ten miles short of Warsaw. Hoselton residents use the Turtle Bay launch ramp for boat access to Spearfish Lake, or at least its north east side.
Hoselton is primarly a lumber town with planters and pulp loggers. There is a mill thereBAR38 and its siding is used for loading pulp logs destined for the Jerusalem Paper plant just to its east in Warsaw.RM13
Hoselton has a store that carries the Spearfish Lake Record-Herald that needed newspaper bundle drops.
In 1981 Wally Borck was the Hoselton Fire Chief that led his small department to the Warsaw fire by snowmobile because a bridge was out between the towns. His son Clint Borck was also a fireman.