In addition to State and Federal laws regarding the purchase, possession, and use of alcohol, the following regulations apply for alcohol use within Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
All public use buildings are closed to the possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages except during officially sanctioned activities when the building is closed to the general public.
Consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited in parking areas adjacent to visitor centers and on nature trails.
Did You Know?
When thieves stole Theodore Roosevelt's boat in 1886, he and his ranch hands built a new boat and chased them downriver. After apprehending the three men, Roosevelt singlehandedly marched them overland to Dickinson and collected a $50 reward while his ranch hands floated downstream to Mandan. More...