Summer interpretive programs showcase the park's natural and cultural history. Included are short talks, evening campfire programs, walks, and longer hikes. Please check at the visitor centers or on park bulletin boards for weekly activity schedules.
Maltese Cross Cabin
Roosevelt's Maltese Cross Cabin is located behind the South Unit Visitor Center. Rangers give talks on the cabin every day during the summer.
Rangers present short talks on a variety of topics every day from mid-June to the beginning of September.
Take a walk with a ranger to view wildlife or learn about the cultural history of the park. Meeting places vary. Offered nearly every day from mid-June to the beginning of September.
Evening Campfire Programs
Join a ranger at the campground amphitheater in Cottonwood or Juniper Campground for a more in-depth view of things at Theodore Roosevelt National Park or in the National Park Service. Offered nearly every evening from mid-June to the beginning of September.
Explore the badlands with a ranger and visit some of the more remote areas of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Check park bulletin boards for current offerings.
Guided Horseback Rides
Take a guided horseback ride through the unique badlands scenery. Trail rides are provided through the Peaceful Valley Ranch Horse Trail Rides concessionaire.