Theodore Roosevelt National Park

It surprised even myself, but Theodore Roosevelt National Park is now one of my top five favorite National Parks and my number 1 favorite for viewing wildlife.

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Medora

Medora, North Dakota is a fun little “Wild West” town that has an interesting history; though what “Wild West” town doesn’t? Marquis de Mores, a French aristocrat turned rancher, bought land on the west side of the Little Missouri River and began fencing it off. The other ranchers did not like this because before the…

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Theodore Roosevelt NP: South Unit

We saw an incredible amount of wildlife while in the South Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. It was so much fun! Our first stop was at the Prairie Dog Town before the Skyline Vista pullout along the 36 Mile Scenic Loop Drive. I had only ever seen Prairie Dogs at the zoo before; it…

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Theodore Roosevelt NP: North Unit

The North Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park receives fewer visitors than the South Unit due to it being an hour drive from I-94. It has its own Visitor Center located in a trailer near the entrance. There is a port-a-potty at the Visitor Center parking lot; flush toilets and running water can be found…

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