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Longhorn Pullout is the first stop, about 2 miles (3.2k) from the visitor center, along the 14 mile (22.5k) scenic drive of the North Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park where one can usually spot the small, free range, demonstration herd of longhorn steers that the…
If you are in the area the Theodore Roosevelt National Park is a must see. the area is so interesting and so much history. It is great to be able to see the National Parks and what they offer.
This is the best of the two park entrances. Less busy. Better views. Lots of wild life. Buffalo, long horn cattle, mule dear, big horn sheep. Lots of nice hiking. Spend the day.
Can't say enough about Theodore Roosevelt Park North Unit & South Unit. Part of the park road may be inaccessible during the winter months. But is so worth the trip Prairie Dogs, Bison, Turkeys, Deer, Fox, Proghorn, Elk you really get a chance to see so much of nature and a…
The Longhorn Pullout is the first stop on the Scenic Drive in the park’s North Unit. As the name implies, the feature attraction is the park’s small herd of free-roaming longhorn steers. You may not see the longhorns up close, since there’s a lot of room for them to wander.…