The past few days have brought some interest as the Little Missouri River surged with meltwater from further south. Usually only 2-4 feet deep, the Little Missouri River crested at 16.34 feet on Saturday, April 19, 2009, its sixth-highest historical crest (highest on record is 20.5 feet in 1947).
Here's what the river looked like from Wind Canyon at 14.5 feet on Friday:
I have a panorama of Medora during the peak of flooding but for some reason it's not embedding here. Click on Medora Flooding and see if that works.
And here's the campground at 16.3 feet: