Get off the beaten path and get dirty in TRNP for FREE until April 24!
Your kids can become Junior Rangers and the whole family can take guided ranger hikes!
Remember, this year we celebrate the Centennial Celebration of the National Parks System. Get out and explore our Nation’s parks — and start with North Dakota’s only National Park.
Want to create your own TR National Park adventure?
Start by hiking these 5 great trails and snap away at these great photo locations!
The New York Times recently named Theodore Roosevelt National Park the number 5 place you should visit in 2016. This has got a lot of people talking about the park. But, as anyone who has ever explored TRNP knows, words can’t always do it justice.
So, here are 11 incredible photos of TRNP that do all the talking!
A young women plots her next course. READ MORE »
It seems like Medora, the Medora Musical, and Theodore Roosevelt National Park have been all over the news lately! And with good reason! Medora is up for all kinds of honors and awards. Check it out.
Vote for your favorites at the ND Music Awards
Medora Musical favorites Emily Walter, Damon Fichter, and the Burning Hills Amphitheatre are up for North Dakota Music Awards!
Click on the images below to vote for them! You can vote once from each of your devices (phone, computer, iPad, etc.), but hurry, voting ends on January 15!
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New National Program Encourages Families and Classes to Visit National Parks
Medora, ND – Theodore Roosevelt National Park invites all 4th grade students to visit the park for free as part of the White House’s new Every Kid in a Park program. Starting September 1, 4th grade students can now go to the Every Kid in a Park website to complete an activity and obtain a free annual entry pass to more than 2,000 federal recreation areas, including national parks.
“During the National Park Service’s centennial celebration, we want everyone to get to know their national parks, and we’re offering a special invitation to fourth graders and their families to discover everything that national parks offer,” said National Park Service Director Jonathan B. Jarvis. “We hope these free passes for fourth graders will introduce 4th graders, their classes, and families to our national treasures, places where they can run and play, explore and learn.”
Theodore Roosevelt National Park offers a variety of activities that fourth graders and their families can enjoy, including the annual Dakota Nights Astronomy Festival on September 11 – 13, a Junior Ranger Program, astronomy programs and full moon hikes during the summer, and Family Fun Packs to borrow.
Get Free Passes for TRNP
To receive their free pass for national parks, fourth graders can visit www.everykidinapark.gov and play a game to receive a pass voucher. READ MORE »
Medora is a town full of fun and beauty — and nothing accentuates that beauty more than the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. In this “Tale of Medora,” we explore what went into the creation of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. From the political leg-work to the final celebration; there is a whole story behind the creation of the TRNP and it’s fascinating! The following is an excerpt taken from Rolf Sletten’s book, “Medora: Boom, Bust, and Resurrection.” Enjoy!
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TRNP up for USA Today
Readers’ Choice Award
(MEDORA, ND) – Theodore Roosevelt National Park is in the running for the USA Today-Travel Readers’ Choice award for “Best Presidential Attraction”. TRNP is up for the award among only twenty other attractions from around the nation – attractions such as the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, and Mount Rushmore.
Voting is open to the public and voters are allowed to vote once per day. All votes must be cast by noon on March 3. The top attraction will be named on March 5.
Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation Marketing Director, Justin Fisk, says, “We here at the Medora Foundation are extremely happy for our friends at the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. To be up for such an award is a testament to the majesty of the Park and is a compliment to the Park staff who work day-in and day-out to maintain the beauty of Theodore Roosevelt National Park for the hundreds of thousands of people who enjoy it each year. President Roosevelt himself would be proud.”
Theodore Roosevelt National Park currently sits third in the vote rankings. To cast your vote and for more information, go to 10Best.com/awards/travel
Readers’ Choice awards are a staple of USA Today-Travel. In conjunction with the travel blog 10Best, USA Today-Travel provides its users with original, unbiased, and experiential travel content on top attractions, things to do, and restaurants for destinations in the United States and the world.
Justin Fisk, Marketing Director
Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation