Monday, October 5, 2020

Medora, ND and Michigan

We stopped in Medora, ND for a couple days on our way from Montana to Buffalo, NY.  Mike, Abby and I took a ride through the Theodore Roosevelt National Park to see the Painted Hills and North Dakota Badlands.  While on our ride we saw bison, wild horses, a coyote and the beautiful landscape.  Medora is a small tourist town at the entrance to the park with shops and restaurants.  The park fee was $30 per vehicle, but we had the America the Beautiful pass so it was free.  We stayed at Buffalo Gap Campground, just 15 minutes from the park.  It was $20 a night but in my opinion that was too much for an unleveled site with no electric or hookups.  There was a dump station and potable water spigots throughout the campground.









Our route to Buffalo took us through Fargo North Dakota, Duluth Minnesota, Wisconsin, Upper Michigan and the west side of Michigan.  Michigan is a beautiful state and I look forward to going back.  The leaves where starting to change.  We drove over the Mackinaw Bridge and walked on the Warren Dunes.  I highly recommend Upper Michigan and the west side of the state to explore the beauty it has to offer.









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