North Dakota National Parks

North Dakota National Parks: Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Fort Union Trading Post, and Knife River Indian Village in North Dakota_AK89630
Look who came to breakfast?
Theodore Roosevelt’s Cabin
Petrified Forest
Concrete Concretions
The black line is a coal vein. People used to roast marshmallows in the burning coal.
Fort Union Trading Post
Knife River Earth Lodge
Knife River Indian Villages

3 thoughts on “North Dakota National Parks

    1. Hello Michelle, this and another bison lived in the Cottonwood Campground the two days we were there. I opened the door to the RV the first morning and the bison was 15 feet away. Breakfast was delayed that morning. Albert


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