From the bloggers at On the Road of Retirement.
One blog was not enough to cover what we did and saw in the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. With fabulous hikes (albeit short ones) up the Ridgeline Nature Trail, the Coal Vein Trail and the hike up Buck Hill (the highest point in the National Park South Unit) we really had a great time exploring this national wonder.
We focused mainly on the South Park which is more than an hour long drive south of its northern counterpart. This rolling and wide open prairie landscape is home to a fairly diverse population of wildlife. We were fortunate to see lots of wildlife on this trip including Bison, pronghorn, deer and wild horses as well as having plenty of fun watching the prairie dogs.
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