The Breathtaking Park In North Dakota Where You Can Watch Wild Horses Roam

There are not many places left where wild horses still roam free, but North Dakota has a place for its special wild horses. To see them for yourself, you need to visit the state’s one and only national park, the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Both of the units – North and South – have plenty of wildlife to see, including feral horses. And depending on where you go you may be able to get up close, or they’ll get close to you! Check it out:

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The Theodore Roosevelt National Park has two units, both located in western North Dakota. The South Unit entrance is near Medora, ND, and the North Unit entrance is near Watford City, ND. For more information, click here.

You can also check out this site dedicated to the wild horses in this park and get a guide book on the horses and more information about them.