From the bloggers at KOA.
North Dakota’s buttes and grasslands meet the 10,000 lakes of Minnesota in this national park dream vacation tour.
If you’re planning a tour of national parks in North Dakota and Minnesota, then it makes sense to start with Theodore Roosevelt. It was Roosevelt—the “conservation president”—who doubled the number of sites within the National Park System and signed the Antiquities Act (which allows historic landmarks and structures to become national monuments). So launch your expedition with a fine meal at Theodore’s Dining Room in the historic Rough Riders Hotel in charming Medora, North Dakota, on the outskirts of the South Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
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