Medora, N.D. – The Medora Campground will open June 22. Located on the west edge of Medora near the Little Missouri River, the campground was impacted by spring flooding, but has been restored to prime condition.
“Our maintenance staff has been working diligently to get the Medora Campground back to its top-notch condition. In fact, it’s been restored very well and campers won’t even know the grounds sustained any damage,” reports Randy Hatzenbuhler, president of the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation (TRMF), owner of the Medora Campground.
The shade-filled Medora Campground has long been a favorite among campers and RVers, for its location near the Little Missouri River and the large cottonwood trees. It features more than 200 campsites for campers or RVs, a laundromat, two shower buildings and a convenience store, all centrally located within the campgrounds.
Reservations are being accepted immediately and can be made online at www.medora.com or by calling 1-800-MEDORA-1.
Bully Pulpit Golf Course, the other TRMF tourism-related property affected by the flood, opened on June 13, with nine holes available for play. The holes currently open are: 1, 2,4,5,8,9,14.15 and 16. Bully Pulpit’s maintenance crew continues to clean and conduct maintenance work on the remaining nine holes, and once suitable for play, they will open. The driving range, which was untouched by the flooding, has been open all along.
Golfers can book their tee time by calling 800-633-6721. Walk-ons also are available and welcome.
For more information about Bully Pulpit Golf Course, its rate and vacation packages, visit: www.medora.com/bully-pulpit.
Medora is located at the entrance to the South Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. As North Dakota’s #1 vacation destination, Medora offers family entertainment in an Old West atmosphere.