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Little Missouri National Grasslands
The badlands and grasslands offer breathtaking scenery with rugged adventure. Over 1 million acres of public land provide prairie flora and wildlife viewing. *Please note that some of these acres may be intermingled with private land. Ride the land, enjoy the solitude and take in the rolling prairies, majestic buttes, cliffs and winding roads bringing you to the next spectacular view. Campgrounds are available.
701-227-7800
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Killdeer
Killdeer, ND 58640
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Little Missouri State Park
Some of the most rugged Badlands terrain in the state. Most of the park is accessible only by horseback or hiking. More than 30 miles of marked trails crisscross the 5,749 acre park with mapping information available. Corrals are provided along with guided tours and horse rentals also available.
701-794-3731
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17 miles north of Killdeer on Highway 22
Killdeer, ND 58640
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Maah Daah Hey Trail
A 97-mile non motorized trail open for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. The trail begins at Sully Creek State Recreation Area, approximately five miles south of historic Medora, and meanders north through the South and North units of Theodore Roosevelt National Park and the Little Missouri National Grassland. Four fenced overnight campsites with hitching posts, vault toilets, and campfire rings are located along the trail. Open all year, the trail can become impassable due to snow, ice, high water, or mud.
701-623-4466
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Medora
Medora, ND 58645
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Schnell Recreation Area
2,000 acres of native prairie and wooded draws set aside for recreation, wildlife habitat and environmental education. Camping, hiking, wildlife viewing, horseback trails, cross-country skiing, mountain biking. Corrals available. 6 campsites with drinking water and vaulted restrooms.
701-227-7700
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Richardton
Richardton, ND 58652
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Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Located in the colorful North Dakota badlands the Theodore Roosevelt National Park is home to a variety of plants and animals, including bison, wild horses, prairie dogs, and elk. The south unit of the park features more than 80 miles of marked trails, plus countless unmarked trails. Riders are permitted in all areas of the park, except camping and picnicking areas and nature trails. A horse campground is available in the south unit by reservation; back country horse camping is allowed. Horse rentals and guided trail rides are available.
701-623-4466
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315 2 Ave.
Medora, ND 58645
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