75 East River Road South,
Distance from hotel: 0.3 miles
The Billings County Historical Society converted the original courthouse into the present museum in 1986. The building has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places by the Department of the Interior. The museum houses numerous exhibits for viewing.
480 Fourth Street
Medora, North Dakota
The remarkable commitment and love which Harold Schafer felt for Medora is honored in the Heritage Center built in his name. The Center also houses the Sheila Schafer Gallery & serves as a ticket office for Medora attractions.
240 Fourth Street
The North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame is the interpretive center for the history of Native Americans ranching rodeo and the western lifestyle of the plains and Badlands. Here the culture and legacy that is the character of the Great American West will be saved for future generations.
250 Main Street
Distance from hotel: 20.6 miles
This scenic biking and hiking trail is ideal for North Dakota sightseeing. It begins at the US Forest Service CCC Campground in McKenzie County located 20 miles south of Watford City off Highway 85. The 97 mile trail then winds its way to its southern terminus at Sully Creek State Park in Billings County. The trail name "Maah Daah Hey" comes from the Mandan Indians. The trail uses a turtle as the trail marker to represent firm determination steadfastness patience long life and fortitude.
Little Missouri National Grasslands
Distance from hotel: 0.4 miles
Theodore Roosevelt first came to the badlands in September 1883 on a hunting trip. While here he became interested in the cattle business and invested in the Maltese Cross Ranch. He returned the next year and established the Elkhorn Ranch. Years later he stated several times "I never would have been President if it had not been for my experiences in North Dakota.
Distance from hotel: 1.4 miles
Located in the heart of the North Dakota badlands seasonal Sully Creek is just minutes away from the historic town of Medora and Theodore Roosevelt National Park. In the early spring or during high flows canoeing the Little Missouri River offers a unique perspective of the badlands from the river for incredible North Dakota sightseeing. Horseback riders mountain bikers and hikers have access to the 120-mile long Maah Daah Hey Trail which traverses the Little Missouri National Grassland. Use of certified weed-free hay is required by those bringing in livestock.
Distance from hotel: 2.5 miles
This 18-hole course is set in the beautiful North Dakota Badlands. Some golf courses impose themselves on the landscape; the Bully Pulpit Golf Course conforms to the landscape.
3731 Bible Camp Road
Distance from hotel: 22.1 miles
Horseback Riding in the Badlands - guided rides bring your own horse or one can be provided horse boarding.
1509 East River Road
Distance from hotel: 0.2 miles
Dickinson is on the edge of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Take in the fun of the musical extravaganza during the summer, and the historic atmosphere that this fun town offers. Looking for a golf adventure�. check out Bully Pulpit Golf Course. This beautiful golf course winds thru the majestic hills of the badlands.
Distance from hotel: 22.7 miles
Prairie Fire Pottery, located in Beach, is keeping with the long traditions of pottery production in North Dakota. They also produce a very unique clay tile with footprints of animals from the area as well as from endangered species from around the world. The locals celebrate their history in the Golden Valley County Museum. The museum offers over 2,000 exhibits and features a restored 1909 school house, old tractors and other pieces of old equipment to a horse drawn hearse from the very early 1900's.
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