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Theodore Roosevelt National Forrest

3100 Buffalo Gap Rd , Medora, North Dakota

Admin: Gayla Lemme

This is a spectacular area to go horseback riding. Riding ranges From open prairie grassland to Badland views. The Little Missouri runs thru this area, you can even cross the river if water level allows.

TRAIL HEAD

Buffalo Gap Trail Head, Maah Daah Hey Trailhead

TYPE OF DESTINATION

Layover - Camping Available
Camping / Lodging with Facilities - Campground
Primitive Camping with no Facilities - Trail Head, Nat’l Park, Wilderness, etc.
Day Ride - Trails Only / No CampingEffort level - Easy, Beginner|Moderate|Challenging, Experienced Trail Riders

AMENITIES FOR 2 LEGGED -

-- Electric Hookups

-- Room for Large Living Quarters Trailers

-- Showers

-- Restrooms

-- Manure Removal

-- Water / Drinkable

-- Water / Potable

-- Restaurants / Café Nearby

-- Restaurant / Café on Premises

AMENITIES FOR 4 LEGGED -

-- Horse Stalls

-- Horse Corrals

-- Dogs Allowed in Camp

-- Dogs Must be on a Leash

-- Dogs cannot be Left Unattended

MILES OF DESTINATION / ACREAGE OF PUBLIC LANDS / # OF DAYS’ WORTH OF RIDING

Endless miles of trails with 100's of acres of public, private and National Forrest lands to ride.

TYPE OF LAND

- Private Land (Campground, Ranch, etc)

- Public Land

- National Land

ACCESS TO TRAILS

- Trails right from location

- Trailer to Trails

WATER CROSSINGS

- Rivers

Type of Footing on the trails

- Sandy, Desert, Dry

- Clay, Mud

- Meadow, Grass

- Shoes / Boots Suggested

Type of Terrain

- Flat

- Hills

- Challenging Trails / Terrain

TYPE OF HORSE I WAS RIDING

- Non-Gaited

LOCAL WILDLIFE

Rattlesnakes, Buffalo, wild horses

PEAK RIDING SEASON / WEATHER

May or June thru September or October

COMMENTS

D L Robson

Theodore Roosevelt National PARK - NOT Forrest. Easily ride without shoes nor boots - mostly scoria. Can see bison, elk, prairie dogs, badgers, mule & white tail deer.

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