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?
Coyotes and badgers both benefit by cooperating to catch prairie dogs. The badger tunnels into the prairie dog burrow after its prey while the coyote waits by the exit to catch prairie dogs fleeing from the badger. More...