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This is a drive through park that you can experience from the car or get out and walk the trails. There are picnic areas with tables and restrooms. This place is so beautiful and we were there on a a really nice day. We were...More
This was a very nice detour along the way of our travels. It is a dirt road so beware before stopping in. Its full of many rock formations and i have never seen anywhere like it before. It took about 15 minutes to go through...More
This is a lovely little spot to drop into , if you are on route 7 do turn off, is a gravel road but in good condition, lovely rock formations small but fascinating, read the history when you are there, shame some people over the...More
We spend a fair amount of time off road, in the North Dakota Badlands and the Black Hills. Never have we seen such a wonderfully bewildering place to explore. Wow. The kids would love exploring and climbing. The adults will love the quiet and exceptional...More
This remote little State park was a last minute decision by us while driving the long drive from Devils Tower to Roosevelt National Park. We left our donation money in the box and drove through the well maintained roads of the park. We were fascinated...More
We made a very long and unbelievably monotonous drive from Medora ND to Devils Tower. I read about this park on this site as being on the way and was so glad I did. We had the entire park to ourselves - did not see...More
Not just my review but the others as well. You do not leave a bad review for a place because you didn't educate yourself before you went and...Oh, my! Snakes? No sinks/showers? Remote?
This is an absolutely beautiful state park. Yes, it is quite...More
We were travelling south on Highway 7, going from Dickinson to Devil's Tower, and were enjoying the antelope and mule deer along the eastern side of Montana. All of a sudden, this state park became a favorite place for our trip. There is a fee...More
I think a hotel front desk attendant in North Dakota recommended this little state park to us on our road trip across ND/SD/WY... with an added stop in Montana thanks to her!
We really enjoyed our little stop here. There were bathrooms and interesting rock...More
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Not sure, but the park is pretty big and the roads are dirt but well kept. The campsites were empty when we were just there. Really neat park, watch for prairie rattlesnakes, there are signs all over. Gorgeous views... More
Not sure, but the park is pretty big and the roads are dirt but well kept. The campsites were empty when we were just there. Really neat park, watch for prairie rattlesnakes, there are signs all over. Gorgeous views! Very remote!