Rugged, often barren but always dramatic, North Dakota's badlands won over President Roosevelt in the late 19th century and continue to woo nature enthusiasts now as part of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Prairie lovers, this park is for you! Trails wind through one of Minnesota's finest and largest remnant prairies. A picnic area, swimming beach, and campground are located in the hardwood forest along the Buffalo River.
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