Often, North Dakota remains the last state visited by those earning the “Visited All 50 States” badge, as North Dakota is the least-visited state in the union.
History buffs will learn the story behind the town’s namesake, Medora de Mores. Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States, has strong roots in Medora.
We kicked off the weekend at Medora Uncork’d with a glass of Aronia Berry wine from Wolf Creek Winery in Cole Harbor, North Dakota, pairing that with a BBQ Blueberry Meatball flatbread appetizer.
At Bully Pulpit Golf Course, we found ourselves immersed in the Badland’s landscape. The Little Missouri River meanders through the course, with greens tucked between the colorful bluffs.
They offer traditional breakfasts like the hearty farmhouse breakfast with two eggs, hash browns, breakfast meat, and starch choice.
You’ll find exhibits on North Dakota’s deep-rooted rodeo history, North Dakota ranchers, and indigenous Native Americans.
Several hiking trails and scenic overlooks branched off the 36-mile Scenic Loop Drive.
Chefs dressed in cowboy hats and red bandanas skewered steaks five-deep on a pitchfork and then fondued them in huge vats of boiling oil while we watched.