This is a 'dry camping' arrangement, BUT with some facilities. The camping fee is ONLY $6, but with our Golden Access Pass this becomes $3 per night. Either way it is good deal. There are flush toilets with hot showers for a small fee. The entire park is paved and each site has a fire ring. For RVs, sites are not always level and will require some 'adjusting'. The issue of dry camping is easily solved. Remember the evil Pilot Truck Stop? They have a place for RVs to dump and water up for free. So, when we're eastbound we usually gas up there, water up, and proceed to Buffalo Gap. There are 11 water spigots with potable water around the campground, but not threaded, making it suitable for water jugs and the like. As there is no electricity we employ our boondocking protocol living off the battery bank for the evening. Generator backup is always available.
Medora, NDExplore this website as it details the incredible amount of entertainment, culture, and exploration available in the area, including the Theodore Roosevelt Nat'l Park. www.nps.gov/thro/index.htm
The Badlands......Theodore Roosevelt Nat'l Park, ND
This is a relatively unexplored area of the country, but there is SO MUCH to discover and enjoy here. It is the Great West, the Badlands. For us it is a stopover in a convenient place, but it doesn't have to be just that. Take the time to enjoy America. She's always been here. Joie de Vivre!
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