The Badlands

Theodore Roosevelt National Park – Painted Canyon Visitor Center, North Dakota

For our lengthy road trip out to Montana a few weeks ago, we passed through the Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota. It’s a park that I’ve always wanted to visit, but just haven’t had the opportunity to do so just yet. At least this time we actually stopped to take some photos.


Photo info:
Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Painted Canyon Visitor Center
Belfield, North Dakota
May 2021
Apple iPhone 12 Pro

4 thoughts on “The Badlands

      1. My first time camping in the Badlands, outside Medora, I unzipped the tent flap in the morning to find we were in the middle of a bison herd. We ate a very quiet breakfast, watching the shaggy beasts until they slowly wandered off. A very cool experience.

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      2. Now that would be so cool – waking up with a herd of bison around you! We’ve had black bears, grizzly bears, coyotes, trash pandas, white tail deer, mule deer, little bears (chipmunks), and various other critters visit our tent sites over the years – but never bison.

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