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TravelPod Member ReviewsMedora Campground
Medora itself if a delightful town for tourists and we truly enjoyed the evening show which is not far at all from the campground.
The campground itself is made up of long rows of closely packed units. We were actually happy for the weeds on our site because they helped control the powdery dust in a few places. Our unit is not a very big one, and we felt like we were literally sharing a site with the people next door--fortunately they were a very friendly couple!
There was a light wind, so there was dust everywhere.
At least we had made a reservation ahead of time as the park filled up during our Friday night stay.
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Then long drive but gained an hour as passed into Mountain time -- the zone boundary follows irregular path through S and N Dakota. Got to T Roosevelt about 6, but campground (no reservations, first come --- and they had already come) was full. So camped in the municipal campground just outside the gates, in tourist town of Medora. $20 incl wifi …
... had a comedian from Las Vegas who did a fine job getting the crowd laughing, and mostly family friendly. The show features horses, elk, colored lights on the hillside in the shape of the American flag, singing, dancing, and more. The show is pure Americana. It starts with the raising of the American flag and signing of the national anthem, includes several gospel songs and concludes with red, white and blue clad signers and dancers in a big finale. Words ...
... of thousands of cattle guards at freeway on-off ramps he wanted to fire them to save money. After hundreds of miles of riding through Montana/Idaho we can confirm that these cattle guards are still on sentry duty - at below minimum wage - keeping the cattle off the roads!) The climb was very gentle, though a headwind had picked up, keeping our pace slower. Oh, for the 16 mph we were averaging a week ago! In 5 more miles ...
... with no rattle. It had a diamond pattern on the back. The views from this trail of the river and badlands are amazing and indescribable. The only problem was the furious wind. The wind also kept us moving on our hike along the Jones Creek Trail. This is one of the narrow trails that goes on for miles so we did an "in and out." We hiked in about a mile or so and then back. We went up and down four hills surrounded by eroded badlands and fields of grass. We crossed two sandy creeks. ...
... in the sky so we applied the Scotchguard and headed off into the park to find the bison herd which lives here and found them at Boicourt Overlook and near the Talkington Trailhead. We also saw feral horses, prairie dogs , and both kinds of deer. The badlands were colorful as ever with greens and yellows and pinks. We came back late to the tent and enjoyed the stars and a good night 's sleep , unaware that we were not alone that ...