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Theodore Roosevelt National Park (one of the nation’s most underrated national parks) has an abundance of a diverse wildlife, including feral horses, prairie dogs, snakes and lizards. Participate in many ranger programs or camp under the stars in the North Dakota Badlands or go hiking and horseback riding during the day. The park combines colorful terrain and riparian habitat along the Little Missouri River. The auto-tour route is very nice for casual visitors.