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Remote, few visitors especially in the North Unit
A long way for visitors to go in order to enjoy limited activities
In a nutshell
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HasTowelWillTravel Says: After a long hike on the trail or canoe down the river, come into town and enjoy a nice cold treat. The Marquis de Mores Ice Cream Parlor is a pretty little place in the historic downtown area. Sit back and enjoy the ice cream which is made right in the town. The cookies &...
If you are visiting the South Unit, and are not staying within the park, you will probably be staying in the very small town of Medora. This town is, mainly composed of tourist shops, a few restaurants, and bars. In the off-season of fall and winter, however, most of these are closed.
There is no real grocery store in the town, so if you are camping, come well supplied. The Medora Convenience and Liquor store is about your only option, and this is a very small business. You will find drinks, a few snack foods, a small selection of produce, some dairy products, and a few other groceries, along with some camping supplies. If you are planning on spending a number of days in the park, do not expect to use this store to stock up on all your food needs.
There are also a number of gift stores and specialty shops in Medora, that carry various types of clothing, crafts, artwork, leather items, handmade candies, and other items.
Updated Feb 20, 2009
Address: Medora Convenience & Liquors, 200 Pacific Avenue
HasTowelWillTravel Says: The Little Missouri river cuts through the park, as it winds its way north (before making a sudden u-turn to become the river we know in the midwest). It is a gentle current, with no major rapids, typical of rivers east of the Rockies. You wind down the river, moving at a...