Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Any season is a good season to enjoy the scenic wonders of North Dakota's Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park had a transformative effect on the nation's "Conservation President" and it has the same effect on visitors today. With its uncrowded spaces, amazing vistas, wide-open spaces and views of wild horses and bison roaming free, the park is much like it was when Roosevelt ranched and hunted in the North Dakota Badlands.
Visiting today is easier but every bit as rewarding. Road trippers to the south unit will find accommodations and entertainment in the Old West town in Medora and nearby Dickinson. Those visiting the north unit will find similar offerings in Watford City. Both units have scenic drives and hiking trails that bring visitors up close to wildlife and inspirational scenery.
Relax and unwind under a brilliant sunny sky or under the illuminating light of millions of stars. Safely reconnect with the great outdoors, with friends and with family at Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
The West didn’t just start here, it grew up here
Visitors to North Dakota experience authentic western hospitality during a legendary adventure. Guests can ride a horse on trails overlooking Theodore Roosevelt National Park or bring their own to explore the Maah Daah Hey Trail or a working ranch.