Medora, North Dakota


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A 60-million-year-old fossil site containing crocodile, champsosaur (crocodile-like animal), turtle and fish fossils has recently been discovered in the beautiful and scenic Badlands. Basic packages includes dig, chuckwagon breakfast, sack lunch, transportation to and from dig site, bottled water and T-shirt.Special packages also include lodging, tickets for the Medora Musical and pitchfork steak fondue.Preregistration is required. Payment is due at time of registration. Limited to 8 people per day. Must be 12 years or older. Participants ages 12-18 must be accompanied by a paying adult. Registration ends June 14. Moderate hiking required. Rain or shine.


Address : Medora Medora North Dakota

Email Address : groupsales@medora.com
Admission Fee : Packages starting at $125 per day per person. Can also also contact Dr. John Hoganson at 701-328-8006 or Brett Woodward at 701-328-1954 for more infor

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