Explore North Dakota’s Badlands At This Underrated State Park

Hidden away in North Dakota is a little town called Medora. It’s easily one of our favorite small towns in North Dakota, and for lots of good reasons – for starters, it’s an excellent jump-off point if you’re looking to explore the Great Outdoors, thanks to its proximity to some of the best state parks in North Dakota (not to mention the single greatest National Park in the entire region). But there’s one park that’s often tragically overlooked thanks to its being in the shadow of Theodore Roosevelt National Park, and we think it deserves a lot more love than it gets. Come see why Sully Creek State Park is easily one of the most underrated state parks in North Dakota!

Now that you’ve been to Sully Creek State Park, are you curious about its sister? Be sure to visit Theodore Roosevelt National Park sometime – you won’t regret it.

Address: Sully Creek State Park, 1465 36th St, Medora, ND 58645, USA