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I find it interesting to read the reviews that tout either the north or south unit of the park as best. They each have their good points. I would recommend going to the south unit visitors center first as it is more complete. There is...More
This was a nice drive along a 14 mile stretch of the NP that offered many turn outs and photographic opportunities. The land was rugged and majestic. We saw Big Horn Sheep and plenty of Bison. This is well worth the visit.
This is a gorgeous drive. Saw buffalo, some wild horses, and a few deer. Was hoping for a little more variety of animals. Miles 7-11 are closed right now, so maybe some of the animals avoid people by hiding there. Anyway this drive was well...More
The "North Unit" is one of three sections of Theodore Roosevelt National Park (see separate Tripadvisor page). This area is less crowded than the popular South Unit because it's more remote; The entrance is located 48 miles north of Interstate 94 on US Highway 85...More
The North Unit, located on US-85 about 68 miles (110k) from the South Unit, is much less visited and one will find the overlooks and trails much more peaceful and it is possible one may even have them to oneself.
River Bend and Oxbow provide...More
Many people think North Dakota is completely flat, boring farms and grasslands, with a few oil boom towns thrown in for good measure. But, tucked in the far west of the state is some beautify landscape. The North Dakota Badlands are all the more attractive...More
In my opinion, the north unit of TR National Park is the best site to see. I got there around 830am and very glad I did. There’s not much of a visitor center, which is currently located just inside the main gate, in a modular...More
The North Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park is about an hour’s drive from Medora. Unusually hot July temperatures caused us to discard some of our trail plans, but we still had a great few hours in the park. We had planned to hike the...More