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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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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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 ...
... crossing and that jut over the hill was North Dakota - even though we knew we were still about 20 miles away.
When our 12 miles were done, we re-entered the freeway. Why are all freeway entrances - and exits - uphill? At least all the ones we have to ride on bikes? (A note from Dave regarding freeway entrance and off ramps - we had heard that when our east of the Mississippi president found out that the west ...
... north and found that the bison herd had moved very far west since we say them walking east yesterday. Up the road was Wind Canyon Trail which we hiked. It lived up to its name. A few gusts almost knocked me off step. We went up to the narrow windswept sandstone canyon which was facing the westerlies and which opened up to sweeping views of the chalky Little Missouri River. The rocks around the trail had holes in them carved by wind. Along the trail I saw a 3 foot long ...
... a spot where I knew we would be visited by bison bulls. The upside was that it was the only dry spot as the last furious rain had passed through and this place is prone to flooding. As we set up camp I saw a snake sunning himself for the first time that day (thanks to the storms) and reminded myself to watch my step. A college group rolled in and violated every rule of camping sand, lucky us , set up right next to us. It ...
... and it was a wonderful history lesson lasting almost an hour. Following that I bought a ticket for the Pitchfork Steak Fondue which certainly sounded unique. It is a nightly event in the summer where ribeye steaks are placed on a large pitchfork and dunked in boiling oil. The rest of the buffet consists of baked potato, beans, coleslaw, fruit and raw vegetables. Dessert and coffee are included. The weather was cool- ...