Visit The Stunning Sully Creek State Park In North Dakota Before It Closes For The Season

North Dakota has many gorgeous, year-round state parks that are always full of fun activities, no matter the season. There is one state park, however, that is only open seasonally – and you’ll want to check it out before it’s closed. Located in the beautiful badlands and full of natural splendor, get in a camping or hiking trip to this seasonal state park in North Dakota before it’s too late.

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The Sully Creek State Park is open from April 1st to November 30th each year. To learn more about the park and all its amenities, you can visit its official webpage or Facebook page.

Be sure to check out Medora, North Dakota while you’re in the area – it’s just minutes away – and if you need your outdoor fix in the badlands even when it’s the middle of winter, the Theodore Roosevelt National Park nearby is open year-round.

Address: 1465 36th St, Medora, ND 58645, USA