NEW: Beginning with this blog, I am including a link to the relevant Google+ Photo Album. There are usually MANY pictures in the album which are never used in the daily blog.
I might be doing multiple blog posts on Theodore Roosevelt National Park as there are just too many things to do and to describe in a single post.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park (TRNP) is divided into three main areas. These include the North Unit, South Unit, and Elkhorn Ranch and Petrified Forest. To be honest we only explored the South Unit and the Petrified Forest during this visit. The main reason is that the South Unit Visitor's Center is entered from Medora (only about 1 mile from our CG), but the North Unit is approximately 70 miles away.
There are so many beautiful vistas to be found in TRNP. Rather than become too wordy, I'll just post a few pictures. Don't forget to take a look at today's Google+ Web Albums for many more pictures.
That's enough for this installment of TRNP. Stay tuned for Part II.
Thanks for stopping by to take a look!