Sully Creek State Park
|Sully Creek State Park|
|North Dakota State Park|
|Nearest city||Medora, North Dakota|
|Elevation||2,264 ft (690 m) |
|Area||80 acres (32 ha)|
|Management||North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department|
|Website: Sully Creek State Park|
Sully Creek State Park is a seasonal state park in Billings County, North Dakota, located along the eastern banks of the Little Missouri River. The park, which is about 2 miles (3.2 km) south of Medora, is used for camping, horse camping, and canoeing. It is open from April 1 to November 30.
Activities and amenities
The park is the starting point for the Maah Daah Hey Trail which winds northwards to Theodore Roosevelt National Park. The trail can be used by horseback riders, mountain bikers, and hikers. There is also canoe access to the Little Missouri. The park offers a campground with 62 sites, some of which are reserved for horse campers.
- Sully Creek State Park North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department