Drove from Morehead, MN to Theodore Roosevelt NP in Medora, ND. We visited the south unit of TRNP. First we visited the Painted Cliffs Visitor Center, then the South Unit Visitor Center, took a tour of the cabin that Teddy Roosevelt lived in while living in North Dakota. The cabin was moved from its original location. He lived and ranched nearby, and the park was named for him due to his conservation efforts as President. We toured a museum for Roosevelt's time in ND, did some Junior Ranger activities, then hiked the Wind Canyon trail. After dinner we drove the loop drive. We saw so much wild life - Bison, wild horses, prairie dogs, an elk (or deer) and a coyote. TRNP is a lot like the Badlands, but not as rugged. There was more greenery.