Originally Posted by Nokota
I will be going to the Theodore Roosevelt National Park in October. Never been there, but I believe it is public access and google might get you some more info.
We are planning on going there in August, if it dries out some. There has been a lot of flooding in the western part of the state. Some friends of ours live out there and their pastures are almost completely flooded.
Theodore Roosevelt NP has two different sections or units. The south unit is more flat and easy riding. The north unit is more rugged. We've been to the north unit and are hoping to return there this fall. We stayed at the CCC campground just outside the park.
Here is a vid from our trip two years ago. We only got to spend one day riding, so there's not much of the more difficult terrain.
We've also been to Little Missouri State Park. It is similar to TRNP. We stayed at the campground in the park.
Here's a short clip I shot on my phone. Our video camera didn't work when we were there.
Another place we go to is the Sheyenne National Grasslands, because it's real close to us. It is mostly flat land with some hills. We usually go to Sheyenne Oaks Horse Camp & RV Park. Sheyenne Oaks Horse Camp and RV Park
(If you look at the middle of the activities page, there's a photo that might look familiar
It's about a mile north of the trailhead for the North Country Trail.
Trails - If you want more info, or where to find more, just let me know.