1: Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Comprised of three separate wildlife areas, this national park is named for President Theodore Roosevelt, a noted naturalist and outdoorsman. His Elkhorn ranch, the second of his ranches that he purchased after falling in love with North Dakota on a buffalo hunt, gives name to the Elkhorn Ranch Unit of the park. The main attraction here, besides the sparse and empty beauty of the badlands, is the wildlife. Roosevelt's beloved buffalo can be found here, as well as various types of deer, elk, wild horses, sheep and prairie dogs.
Address: Medora, ND 58645