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Theodore Roosevelt National Park

Named the #5 place to visit in the world by the NY Times in 2016!


Located just 30 minutes from Dickinson in the colorful North Dakota badlands, the Theodore Roosevelt National Park is home to a variety of plants and animals, including bison, wild horses, prairie dogs, and elk. The south unit of the park features more than 80 miles of marked trails, plus countless unmarked trails. Riders are permitted in all areas of the park, except camping and picnicking areas and nature trails. A horse campground is available in the south unit by reservation; back country horse camping is allowed. Horse rentals and guided trail rides are available.

North Unit Map

South Unit Map
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