Today, we’re excited to announce that we will be offering Camel Rides through the Badlands.
Theodore Roosevelt fell in love with these loyal, versatile, and beautiful creatures during his African Safari in 1909.
And now we’re proud to offer the Badlands experience from a whole new vantage point — from atop a striding camel.
Tickets for this new attraction starting on April 25th.
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We’ve done it! We’ve resurrected A.T. Packard’s beloved, “Bad Lands Cow Boy News Paper.” Inside, you’ll find historical accounts of Medora’s past, as well as present and future goings-on. You can pick up your copy of the paper at locations all around town. Read on for an exclusive article!
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Kat Perkins August 23 Show Rescheduled for September 7
Due to inclement weather, and no forecasted lift in the unseasonable rain, the Kat Perkins ‘Fearless’ concert for today, August 23, in Medora’s Burning Hills Amphitheatre, has been rescheduled to September 7, 2014.
The rescheduled concert on September 7 will be held at 4:00 p.m. MDT. Ticket holders for the August 23 concert must keep their tickets to use for entry into the September 7 show.
Kat Perkins August 22 and 23 concert dates are fast approaching. To help you plan your day or weekend in Medora, here is the itinerary for what is sure to be a magical Friday and Saturday night. All times are Mountain Daylight Time.
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This post was written by Clay Jenkinson, and originally published in his weekly column for the Bismarck Tribune.
July is almost gone. Any day now the box stores will carve out large spaces for school supplies. We all know what’s coming — what every North Dakotan knows must come — and it makes us want to linger outdoors in the evening, makes us want to schedule more picnics, more hikes, more days at the lake, more time on the river, more afternoons in the Badlands than we would think appropriate if this were southern California and summer lasted forever.
We cannot afford to pace ourselves here. North Dakotans have to squeeze in an awful lot of recreation between July 1 and Labor Day. It’s use it or lose it on the northern plains.
My daughter and I were in Medora last week to see the Medora Musical with the great Sheila Schafer, now enjoying her 50th summer in the Badlands. READ MORE »
It’s that time of year here in Medora. The cast is practicing, the grass greening and your favorite Medora attractions and shops are opening for business. Here are the hours of operation once the Musical starts. READ MORE »
Cowboy Mounted Shooting returns to Medora!
This action packed family fun event involves cowboys and cowgirls of all ages riding their horses full speed while shooting at balloon targets. The event will take place June 21 and 22 at the rodeo grounds on the East end of town with FREE ADMISSION. Competition will start at 9:30 and continue until all riders have shot their 4 runs. Don’t worry, they shoot special black powder blanks with a range of about 20 feet. READ MORE »
NDCHOF NDRA Rodeo May 2014 30 Sec TV Spot from Ken Howie Studios on Vimeo.
MEDORA, ND, Cowboy Hall of Fame – The North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame, the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation and the Medora Convention and Visitor’s Bureau and Chamber of Commerce presents the Medora NDRA (North Dakota Rodeo Association) Badlands Rodeo June 6th and 7th at the Rancho-Rama Arena in Medora. READ MORE »
There has never been a more exciting time to be an Annual Member of the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation!
The Medora Musical is going into its 50th consecutive summer; three of this year’s Burning Hills Singers (BHS) are from North Dakota and former Burning Hills Singer, Kat Perkins, is taking the nation by storm as a contestant on NBC’s “THE VOICE.” And just think, this year you can drive on the new road to the amphitheatre and park in our new lot!
You may not realize it, but the Annual Members of the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation, along with other generous donors, the conscientious members of the TRMF Board of Directors, leadership team, and staff, all work to make Medora an even better place to bring your families and friends year after year.
We want to invite you to become an Annual Member.
It is so easy, simply click here to become a Member. If you prefer, we can take your membership gift over the phone when you call at (701)223-4800. But please hurry, you’ll need to join by May 15 if you want your name included in the 2014 Medora Musical program. READ MORE »
1) What made you decide to audition for the Medora Musical again?
I am very excited to be coming back to Medora this summer.
Unlike other shows I’ve been a part of, The Medora Musical is unique and wonderful on a different level. I’m not trying to exaggerate.
At the closing of Medora 2012, I had gained several lifelong friends from our cast and crew. If your parents or teachers have ever told you, “surround yourself with exceptional people, and you will strive to be exceptional too,” then please believe them. That is exactly what I experienced as a Burning Hills Singer in The Medora Musical. Performing in this beautiful setting to a huge amphitheater of people who are truly glad to be there, and performing with a group of friendly, positive performers who give their ALL every night and LOVE what they do… is a top notch experience, in my book! READ MORE »
1) What made you decide to, or want to, audition for the Medora Musical?
I’ve watched the Medora Musical since I was five years old. It was my first experience with musical theatre and really sparked my interest and love of the stage. I remember going up on the stage during the allotted children’s time and being in complete awe! Ever since, the Medora Musical has been something I’ve always wanted to be a part of. I was going to audition last year, but I was only 17 at the time. Actually, I’m still 17. I’ll be turning 18 on May 8th, the day before rehearsals begin! Anyway, when I heard auditions were in Bismarck it was a “Why not?” moment. It was my first professional audition. READ MORE »