Enjoy badlands splendor in the heart of Roughrider country. This tract offers rolling native grassland with Sully Creek meandering through it. The property is a mile south of Medora and adjacent to pavement on East River Road. The southern boundary is 36th St SW. Medora is a popular destination and gateway to Theodore Roosevelt National Park. The Little Missouri River bottom is less than a half mile west.
This tract is unplatted and taxed as agricultural land. Beautiful Bully Pulpit Golf Course is one mile south of the property line. Sulley Creek Subdivision is nearby.
The Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation, National Park Service, US Forest Service and many small businesses and local ranchers keep Western History alive with nightly musicals in nearby Medora Amphitheater, tours of DeMores Chateau, the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame, Maah Dey Hey Trail System, camping, dining and sightseeing.
The focus of this amazing western legacy is Theodore Roosevelt, who forged his character in the stark buttes and sagebrushed gullies nearby. Roosevelt lived in North Dakota as a young man after tragedy pushed him west, as so many entrepreneurs of his era.
Statewide, plans are afoot to create a Presidential Library nearby in his honor.
Southeast Quarter of Southeast Quarter less R/W and 10.32 acre parcel, Section 34, Township 140 North, Range 102 West
From Medora take East River Rd south 1 miles to 36th St SW, tract located northwest of intersection
Located 1 mile from Medora
Located 1 mile from Bully Pulpit Golf Couse
Located adjacent to Sulley Creek Subdivision
Located 1/2 mile from Sulley Creek Campground and State Park