Walk Through 70,000 Acres Of Rock Formations At North Dakota’s Theodore Roosevelt National Park

You’ve probably seen the beautiful, colorful hills and buttes of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Looking closer, however, you might see some truly fascinating things. The huge, expansive park is loaded with unique geological formations hidden among the valleys and on the sides of the canyons. Feeling adventurous? Explore the park to find some of them:

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Which of these formations have you seen yourself? The National Park Service website has a page with more information about them, and how to visit.

Too cold to hike the badlands? You should check out an amazing, rare collection of rocks and minerals at this quirky rock museum in North Dakota.

Address: Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota, USA