Theodore Roosevelt National Park is an ideal setting for your students to use the park as their classroom, and learn about ecology, geology, and history. Use the navigation on the left, or the links below, to help get you started.
Educational groups are eligible to apply for a fee waiver and receive free entry into the National Park. If you have any questions about the park or its educational resources, please contact us by phone at 701-623-4466 or by email.
The park offers an assortment of lesson plans and activities created to help teachers use park resources for their curriculum needs. Most lessons are designed for 4th to 6th grade classes, but can be easily adapted for older or younger audiences.
Plan a Field Trip
The best way to use the park as an educational resource is to use it as your classroom! The park offers a ranger-led program for 4th to 6th grade classes, and provides many resources to help teachers plan and lead their own field trips.
Take a Virtual Tour!
One of our most popular and significant visitor attractions is the Maltese Cross Cabin. Now you can explore the cabin and learn about Theodore Roosevelt's significance in North Dakota history from the comfort of your own classroom!
Get involved! The park offers a summer program where local teachers can work as park rangers, and bring the park back into their classroom.