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Old 09-14-2014, 01:53 PM   #1
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Campground Report: Cottonwood Campground, Theodore Roosevelt NP

Cottonwood Campground, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota
Kind: National Park
Fees: $10 per night, $5 per night during the off-season. Senior Pass or Access Pass holders receive 50% discount. Maximum occupancy: 1 family or 6 people
Reservations: Only the group site, otherwise first-come-first-served
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Cottonwood Campground - Theodore Roosevelt National Park (U.S. National Park Service)
Phone: 701-623-4466
GPS: N 46.94842, W 103.52808

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I had to leave the Lewis Creek trail to circumnavigate a large bull bison!
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We were there last July! LOVED IT. We got there late morning and were lucky we weren't later since the CG filled up pretty quickly. It was one of our fav stops.

There were road blocks scattered through the park though. This one was leaving the CG:



It's a beautiful park and not only did we enjoy a herd of bison in camp, we had our own wild stallion that visited several times while we were there. That's our picnic table in the pic:

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We were there last July! LOVED IT. We got there late morning and were lucky we weren't later since the CG filled up pretty quickly. It was one of our fav stops.

There were road blocks scattered through the park though. This one was leaving the CG:



It's a beautiful park and not only did we enjoy a herd of bison in camp, we had our own wild stallion that visited several times while we were there. That's our picnic table in the pic:

Wow. A horse righ in camp. That one surprises me but I guess it shouldn't. Sure it was a stallion and not a mare?
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