Badlands Motel

501 Pacific Ave, Box 198, Medora, North Dakota, 58645, United States | 1 star motel
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Travel Blogs from Medora

The North Dakota Beach!

A travel blog entry by dna5758


... were mostly rollers - up and down and up and down. The ups weren't really steep or long, but I am not a strong hill-climber, so they did slow us down quite a bit. But it was pretty and there were hardly any cars. Through most of this week, we have employed a lesson learned this past spring in Stehekin (where Cori & Logan live) - "Don't you know you're s'posed to wave!" (Stehekin is a very small community with lots ...

Night 7: Teddy's MidLife Crisis

A travel blog entry by splencner


... a lot to me.... So who's going to find us next? Best game of hide and seek.... First stop today was the VC where we planned some hikes and where Andrew got his Junior Ranger booklet. Then we drove into Medora for the probably patented Maltese Burger from the Association's outdoor burger stand. During lunch we noticed Roosevelt himself walking up the street and so Andrew and I went to ask him to run for POTUS again. We took a photo and talked about teaching history and the ...

Night 6: CanAm

A travel blog entry by splencner


... land belonged to the conservation president as part of his Maltese Ranch, a place he built up to challenge himself after a period of living the soft and easy life of a billionaire New Yorker (which he was.) These badlands made him tougher and prepared him for his amazingly productive future as builder of the Panana Canal, Nobel Prize winning diplomat, Rough Rider, and champion of the Commons. Can you tell I kind of love him? ...

Theodore Roosevelt National Park

A travel blog entry by frguido


... travelers to “check in” with those who lived along the route to assure them know was nothing illegal afoot. Roosevelt wanted to be left alone and so he moved further north, acquiring the Elkhorn Ranch. He traveled back and forth to his ranches over the next three years but gave up the active ranch life following the disastrous winter of 1886-1887.

The Theodore Roosevelt National Park encompasses ...

Interstate 94...a new route through North Dakota

A travel blog entry by frguido


... 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 ...

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This 1 star motel, located on 501 Pacific Ave, Box 198, Medora, is near South Unit, Painted Canyon Overlook, Bully Pulpit Golf Course, and North Unit.
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