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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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... and sunshine for perfect evening. After dinner we waited until the amphitheater was open for seating. The amphitheater is built into the hillside and you enter from the top. There are escalators that take you down to the seats. It is amazing to see and experience. In the middle of nowhere is a nightly outdoor musical that runs from June to September. 2014 is the 50th year and the show this year showcases the music and performers of the past. After ...
... in the summer months; the locals always wave, but the visitors don't seem to realize that it's small town courtesy. This was the theme of one of the songs at the annual Trillium Festival we attended in May.) So we waved to every vehicle that approached us, and they were usually already waving, too.
Part way the road appeared to go up to a crest with trees on either side. We imagined that these were sentry pillars at ...
... of Theodore Roosevelt impersonating. Next stop was the fancy, Western themed playground in Medora where the kids got a great deal of yayas out. Ana even left a bit bruised on the chin, a true sign of a good time. We crossed the street to watch big wind driven twelve foot tall lawn ornaments twist and turn in the strong wind. After another ice run, we were back in the park. We came back to camp to find something we dropped and then we went out to Dependable Elk Field. From here ...
... base was the town of Medora next to TRNP. It is now a landlocked cruise boat run by the TRMF organization. They do shows, run every restaurant and gas station and keep the tiny town alive so long as you got cash. It is the perfect, creepy marriage of corporation and government and it would've made Roosevelt, the trust buster, angry. We went right into the park and found much of the road under construction. We secured a ...
... with the ND Badlands on the western edge of the state. Medora is where Teddy Roosevelt came following the death of his mother and his wife both on Valentine’s Day, 1884. An avid outdoorsman, he bought a ranch and spent several years in the area before returning to the east.
This afternoon I attended a one-man show by an actor playing Teddy Roosevelt at the local theater and it was excellent. He mixed the personal with ...