Buffalo Gap Guest Ranch and Trail Head

Address: 3100 Buffalo Gap Road, Medora, North Dakota, 58645, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 3100 Buffalo Gap Road, Medora, is near South Unit, Painted Canyon Overlook, North Unit, and Bully Pulpit Golf Course.
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        Travel Blogs from Medora

        A great park for a great man

        A travel blog entry by luv2gowalkabout on Aug 19, 2015

        12 photos

        ... all traveling around the valleys. Then there is sunset over the land. Breathtaking. Different than the mountains of the west. A quiet beauty. We climbed up to the highest point, Buck Hill, for the view. What a view. The whole of the Badlands wilderness open up before you in every direction. It is QUIET. We heard only the life of the land, coyotes and horses calling. We could have sat there for hours. Only one other car joined us at the stop.
        My new favorite ...

        The calm before the storm

        A travel blog entry by whiteburns on Jul 23, 2015

        ... making fun of me at this point as I have the blanket up to my eyes hiding myself from the storm and she is loving it. Keaton is watching Heman and has no idea. Bo however is white knuckling the steering wheel and we are discussing getting off and waiting out the storm but there is nowhere to go and pulling over is not an option as cars approaching may not see us with the rain. We see a sign for a rest stop and the next town is only 22 miles - we can make it. And then just ...

        Theodore Roosevelt National Park

        A travel blog entry by thedanes on Jul 11, 2015

        46 photos

        ... of the Park, we could see an oil rig working away just outside the fenced boundary and as soon as we drove out, there was more evidence along the highway of the oil fracking boom going on in western North Dakota. We also saw many "man camps" used to house the workers for the fracking boom. Many unknowns remain as to the long-term effects and environmental risks of fracking and the impacts it may have on our natural resources.

        North Dakota Badlands

        A travel blog entry by tswine on Sep 03, 2014

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... We took the 36 mile scenic loop drive through the south unit of the park, stopping along the way to hike some of the shorter trails. Though the landscape appears inhospitable and barren, we saw a variety of shrubs, grasses, and wild flowers as well as horses, buffalo, and prairie dogs. In some places the animals stopped traffic as they slowly crossed the road. What a sight! We intended to spend two nights in Medora but decided ...


        A travel blog entry by ahousey on Aug 07, 2014

        2 comments, 27 photos

        ... hint: Order Medora Musical tickets ahead of time. Get to Pitchfork fondue a little early before the AARP bus shows up. Restaurants: Pitchfork Fondue

        Sorry for the delay in writing if you are a loyal follower. Yesterday we left Medora. Medora was a great place. Thanks to my friend Michelle who suggested it. It is an old western town founded in the late 1800s by a Frenchman and named after his wife. Later Teddy ...