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Amazing example of how unique Mother Nature can be — almost perfectly round “concretions” (i.e., rocks) naturally occurring. The “Cannonball River” gets its name from similar concretions, not old war events. Definitely worth the time to pull over and hike around in the…
We loved the park and the visitor center. We talked to the park ranger at the look out point. She was looking for the animals, tracking them for migration.
We had a lovely dinner at the Cannonball. Due to an unfortunate mix-up with the booking, we had to sit in the bar, rather than the restaurant. Whilst this was of course disappointing, as we missed out on the castle view, and the atmosphere of the main restaurant, the restaurant…
This pullout is located along Theodore Roosevelt NP North Unit’s 14 mile (22.5k) scenic drive, across from the spur road to campground and picnic area, about 4.5 miles (7.2k) from the visitor center. Here one will find large sandstone “cannonballs” that were formed in an…
It was another of the wonderful sites to see along the North Unit drive in the park. So much history and so much geology for one to take in in the area.