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The Painted Canyon Overlook is located at a rest stop off I-94. There is a small National Park visitor center located at the overlook and fabulous views out over the canyon. There is no charge for this glimpse of the park, but you'll want to...More
Painted Canyon Overlook is just off I-94, about 5 miles east of the South Unit visitor center. If you’re visiting TR National Park, this is a must see. There’s incredible views and great hiking trails. Nothing too strenuous but make sure to bring lots of...More
This is a combination rest stop for I-94 and viewpoint in a national park. A perfect spot to take a break from the long drive . There are clean restrooms and the national park has a visitors center and gift shop that are open during...More
This is a scenic overlook right off of I-94 near Medora, North Dakota. There is plenty of parking for cars, trucks, and RVs. There are restrooms and several picnic tables.
The highlight of a stop is the view of the Painted Canyon area of Theodore...More
The visitor center here is informative and the views are spectacular. As a bonus, you can even stop here right off the highway if you just need to use the restroom and stretch your legs (there is a trail here if you have time). I...More
Definitely stop here on your way to the south unit of Theodore Roosevelt Park. The workers are very helpful and give good advice on planning your activities. You can also take a short walk along the rim on a sidewalk or a more adventurous one...More
If you are in a hurry and want to see the park, this is the easiest place to visit. Located along the interstate, this is actually a rest stop and NPS visitor's center.
You drive up the off-ramp and arrive directly at the site. One...More
we drive to pass through the painted canyon, but I think it's not really very beautiful, compared to others, I think the one in the SD (should be the badlands national park), the layers (red and white color) are more prominent, shape and beautiful, and...More