The park's primitive campgrounds are located in shady cottonwood groves at the edge of the Little Missouri River.
Hiking trails range from short, paved paths to strenuous wilderness routes. Find a trail that's right for you.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park is one of the best places to readily view the most iconic animals of the West.
The park is open all winter long! Roads sometimes close, but if you have snowshoes or skis, you can get anywhere you need to go!
Undeveloped areas of the park are open to camping. Find out what you need to know, including how to get a free backcountry camping permit.
Bring your horse! Backcountry trails are open to horseback riding.
Last updated: March 25, 2019
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