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Old 09-18-2014, 05:22 PM   #1
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Campground Report: Juniper, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Unit

Surrounded by the magic that is Theodore Roosevelt National Park, I stayed 2 nights at the Juniper campground in the North Unit of park after having stayed a few nights at the Cottonwood campground in the South Unit . I've reviewed this campground on my blog (link in my signature below). I’ve also a written a Travel Report about the park.

The campground was very quiet when I was there. It was largely empty. There were times when the only audible sounds consisted of crickets, the rustling of the cottonwood leaves and the clump-clomp of my footsteps as I walked. One night and the following morning I heard a pack of coyotes howling and yipping wildly nearby.

Full report on my blog RussOnTheRoad
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