Medora is a city in Billings County, North Dakota, United States. It is the county seat of, and only incorporated place in Billings County. This city is home to Little Missouri National Grassland. The population was 112 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Dickinson Micropolitan Statistical Area.
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4.5 based on 1 reviews
Spent 2 days here in the summer and it was so unexpectedly great since the North Dakota stereotype is nothingness. The north end is especially nice. There are hikes you can do there and basically, no one goes up there so you'll have a pleasant experience. We even passed by a family of buffaloes on the road!
4.5 based on 175 reviews
Popular area of the park for hiking and horseback riding.
Late afternoon we took the drive through the loop. The park was beyond my expectation. The geological formations and the wildlife were simply amazing. We saw wild horses, prairie dogs (many areas), bison, coyote, elk. Nice drives with lots of areas for great photo opportunities. I wish I was staying in the area longer to get a chance to go to the North unit.
4.5 based on 598 reviews
The first half of the show was a bit too hokey for us so we left during break. I heard afterward that the second half got better.
4.5 based on 163 reviews
Begin your visit to the Teddy Roosevelt National Park with a spectacular view of the Badlands, a flat desert landscape broken by petrified wood and rock formations.
Stopped at the rest area thinking that it was like other rest areas, BOY was i wrong. Nice little gift store and the view OMG walked around and took pictures even got real close to a Buffalo and snapped some pictures also. Well worth the stop!!!!!!!
4.5 based on 89 reviews
We live in South Dakota and decided to experience North Dakota's badlands and TRNP. Wow!!! What a beautiful area....much more than expected!!
TRNP is a tribute to Theodore Roosevelt and an oasis in an otherwise flat grassland area. We are figuring trips so we can experience again....
4.5 based on 139 reviews
This 19th century, 26-room hunting cabin constructed in 1883 by the Marquis de Morès, is now a museum displaying the family's original furnishings.
Definitely worth the price of admission to visit this unique home and learn about Medora history. Many of the furnishings and items are original due to the fact that the Mores family had a caretaker living in the house until it was donated to ND in 1936. It would be beneficial to remain open later in the summer. We were the last ones in when we visited and felt a bit rushed. We saw several people turned away at the admission booth.
5 based on 42 reviews
I was so wonderfully overjoyed that I took a couple hours in the afternoon to go to the Old Town Theater and see Joe Wiegand's rendition of Teddy Roosevelt. He's internationally acclaimed as a one-man stage production of Teddy, performing hundreds of times a year and at venues all over the world, including the White House.
His presentation was above and beyond all entertaining. He wove history and fun facts and into everything and gave one a complete understanding of who Teddy Roosevelt was and what he did for the National Parks and the US. I noticed in the answers to questions from folks that he is a true student and a wealth of information about Teddy. So glad I went to this production. BULLY!
4 based on 80 reviews
I leaned a lot about the rodeo and the different types of competitions and how each works. There is a short film which is good and exhibits with the history of cowboys, ranching and some Native American cultures. There are a few mentions of Teddy Roosevelt. Enjoyable.
4.5 based on 75 reviews
Course is laid out in the Badlands featuring very unique scenery. Is one of the top 100 golf courses in the US. Staff totally takes care of you from the park Rangers to the staff in the pro shop. No walkers, carts only and don't go after lost balls (4 of us lost 25 balls!). We aren't the greatest golfers, but had a great time!
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Built in 1885, this valley was once the site of a booming horse ranch; now, it's a place for reflection and the observation of nature as a scenic looking point in Teddy Roosevelt National Park.
There's simply nothing else like it...riding your horse across the top of a butte, cautiously glancing down to enjoy the scenery without turning your stomach upside down...taking a deep breath of the sage baking in the hot sun...viewing a herd of buffalo in the distance hoping they don't get too close... and arguing with the prairie dogs who think YOU'RE getting too close! The folks at Peaceful Valley offer a great trail riding experience that's safe (a quick riding lesson and safety instructions are mandatory) and absolutely breathtaking. Because they're located in Theodore Roosevelt National Park there's always the chance you'll have a close encounter with some form of wildlife. This past summer while we were waiting to get on our horses, a buffalo family walked right past the corrals and across the parking lot. Intimidating, yes. But incredibly exhilierating!
Although their website suggests making a reservation, we've never needed one. Beware in the hottest summer months that they sometimes only ride in the mornings.
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