The One Place In North Dakota That Must Be Seen To Be Believed

North Dakota’s Theodore Roosevelt National Park is a huge array of unique formations of the land and rock that create the badlands. These unusually carved out canyons have become famous for that reason. There are a few particular spots in the park that stand out among the rest, however. This spot in the North Unit is a perfect example of that. You almost have to see it to believe it!

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The Caprock Coulee Nature Trail can be reached in the North Unit of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, the entrance to the park is located south of Watford City, North Dakota. The trailhead is off of the park’s Scenic Drive.

For more information on this trail and other parts of the park, follow this link.

This would be the perfect stop to visit this summer on our Western North Dakota Scenic Wonders Road Trip!