Sunday, May 8, 2016

Sully Creek State Park near Medora, ND

Sully Creek State Park is 3 miles south of Medora in a valley by the Missouri River. About a quarter-mile of gravel road, some washboard areas. There is a daily entrance fee of $5.00 and a nightly camping fee of $12. There are also prices for horses (equestrian camping area). No hookups, but they do have a dump and water. The water was not turned on yet when we were there. There is a shower house. There are four camping areas; Whitetail Flats, Cedar and Little Muddy Breaks and an area for tents. Whitetail Flats has five pull-through sites, no trees. Some sites have picnic tables and a fire pit. Cedar is for vehicles less than 40 feet long and less than 10 feet tall, sites with trees. Little Muddy Breaks sites have corrals for horses. I believe they were back-in sites also. The tent area is along the outside area of Whitetail Flats. We had 4G Verizon service with our booster.

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The Medora area is known for the Badlands and the Medora Musical and Pitchfork Fondue. The Bully Pulpit Golf Course (ranked one of America’s 100 greatest public golf courses) is south of town. The Maah Daah Hey Trail starts at Sully Creek State Park and goes about 100 miles north to the north unit of the park near Watford City. You can enter Theodore Roosevelt National Park south unit at Medora. Only a couple of businesses were open now.

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