If you must cross North Dakota on the superslab, this stretch of I-94 is probably the only highlight of the trip.
The Painted Canyon rest area between Medora and Belfield is a good place to get a scenic view of the badlands and a bison sighting on occasion.
For a touristy side trip, be sure to visit Medora where motorcyclists congregate to quench their thirst and grab a burger at the Iron Horse Saloon.
For evening entertainment, the Medora Musical offers a country western, song and dance, jamboree type of show that is entertaining.
The Bully Pulpit golf course is fabulous.
Medora also marks the entrance to Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
The loop road through the park is very scenic and twisty but take it easy because the speed limit is strictly enforced.
Cottonwood Campground, inside the park, is very nice.
- Bob Wisness (1/14/07)