A Traveler and his Cat exploring America.

Wednesday, July 7, 2021

Theodore Roosevelt National Park


North Dakota

This park is one of the few National Parks I have yet to visit.  It is divided into two units and we were passing by the North Unit so I pulled in to see it and maybe camp.  Once in the park I lost cell service so that is why a missing day of posting.  I wasn’t sure if I wanted to stay or not so pulled into one of the many vacant camp sites for lunch.  Besides no cell service the only bad thing was the spots were real close to each other.

Across from us several campsites were blocked off due to erosion of the riverbank from the Little Missouri River.  Well gee, this is good.  No one will be camping right near us and so I decided to stay.  It cost me half price due to being old so we were able to stay for seven dollars.

The Little Missouri

Beans liked it here even with the amount of campers walking by that showed up later in the day.  This is good for she needs to be around people more.  Only thing was she was wanting to pick a fight with a big black furry dog that came by.  Beans, leave the dog alone.

This must be a sight to see in the winter.


John W. Wall said...

Looks like North Dakota is also experiencing drought.

Vicki said...

Looks like a nice place. I would love to see the Little Missouri full. Half price is a good perk for being "older"!