Theodore Roosevelt National Park preserves three areas of rugged, beautiful badlands in southwestern North Dakota. It was established in honor of the landscape's influence on Theodore Roosevelt who, as a young man, hunted and ranched in the Little Missouri Badlands.
The park is open year-round.
- Scenic drives explore the colorful landscape and usually offer glimpses of bison, prairie dogs, deer, and more.
- Hiking trails range from paved walking paths to rugged wilderness routes.
- Ranger-led programs are offered daily in the summer months with other special events throughout the year.
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