The Theodore Roosevelt National Park is split into 2 sections, a North unit and a South Unit. I only got to spend a few hours in the South Unit, mostly just driving through a small section of it, and enjoying the scenery at a spot recommended by a ranger.
There was plenty of wildlife in the park, from the prairie dogs to some deer in the distance to the ever present bison. The bison in this park were just as oblivious to the vehicles on the
road as the ones in Yellowstone.
The hike at the Wind Canyon Trail was not much, but the view was certainly great. Watching the sun setting to the west over the Little Missouri River and looking out over the wilderness area was very peaceful. It made a nice break from the driving I had already done, and the driving I was doing the rest of the night down toward Rapid City, SD.