Tuesday, 12 June 2018

Camping in Badlands National Park

Have you been on the prowl for some awesome camping in South Dakota?  Look no further than the Badlands National Park. The Badlands host dramatic landscaping which spans across layered rock formations, steep canyons, and massive spires. You’ll feel as though you’ve stepped back in time as animals such as bison, bighorn sheep, and prairie dogs roam the open grasslands throughout. Ancient fossils suggest that animals such as the saber-toothed cat once roamed the plains. As you head across highway 240 through the Badlands you’ll be tempted to stop at each scenic overlook and gaze across the countryside. Don’t forget to bring the binoculars! For more information click here. plaid wool blanket & striped wool blanket
If you’re a first timer to the Badlands, you’ll most likely want to do front country camping at either of the two campgrounds inside the park, Cedar Pass Campground or Sage Creek Campground.  Unfortunately, no campfires are allowed but you can bring your own grills and camp stoves.  The weather across these great plains will have you seeing sunshine one minute and cold, windy weather the next.  We recommend you keep a few Woolly Mammoth Woolen Company Explorer Collection wool blankets nearby.  The solid  Gray Wool Blankets and solid green wool blankets will help protect you from the cold.  The dense weave and natural characteristics of the wool fibers help retain body heat yet allow your body to breathe.  As you wander off from either of these great campgrounds you can access all the great trails and natural beauty that is abundant in the park. For more information click here.  washing wool blanket & wholesale blankets

For your next adventure to the Badlands National Park, try out some backcountry camping.  With over 244,000 acres of parkland, you’ll be sure to find that perfect place to pitch your tent and find peace and tranquility. For more information click here.  teal blanket & fireproof blanket

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