• Theodore Roosevelt National Park

    Theodore Roosevelt

    National Park North Dakota

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  • Road Closures

    The Scenic Drives in the North and South Units may be closed due to winter weather conditions. For current road status, click on the link below: More »

  • North Unit Road Closure

    The North Unit Scenic Drive will be closed at the Caprock Coulee parking area while repairs are in progress. Repairs may be delayed because of weather conditions, but are expected to be completed by May 15.

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Other National Park Service Sites in North Dakota
Other NPS sites in North Dakota include Fort Union National Historic Site, Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site, Lewis & Clark Historic Trail, and the North Country National Scenic Trail.
The following links connect with non-National Park Service web sites related to travel and tourism in the Theodore Roosevelt National Park area.

North Dakota Travel Information
Highway conditions, road construction, and travel information.

North Dakota Travel & Tourism
Find out where to go in North Dakota and what to do when you get there. The site includes information on state historic sites and area museums.

McKenzie County
Information on Watford City and the area near the North Unit of TRNP.

Medora Chamber of Commerce e-mail address: medorachamber@midstate.net
Information on Medora and the area near the South Unit of TRNP.

Western North Dakota Weather
Check on the current weather conditions in western North Dakota.

U.S. Forest Service - Dakota Prairie Grasslands This web site provides information on the Little Missouri National Grasslands, Sheyenne National Grasslands, Cedar River National Grasslands, and Grand River National Grasslands.

Maah Daah Hey Trail - U.S. Forest Service
Information and printable maps for the 96-mile trail connecting Sully Creek State Park to Theodore Roosevelt National Park's North Unit.

Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center Mammals of Southwestern North Dakota are featured at this web site.

North Dakota Scenic Byways - America's Byways Scenic route itineraries and sites to visit along the route.

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Did You Know?

The Little Missouri River has carved the badlands over the last 600,000 years.

The Little Missouri River began to carve the badlands about 600,000 years ago during the Pleistocene Epoch. The river formerly ran to Hudson Bay, but the glaciers diverted it into the Missouri River. More...