Resources For Visiting Theodore Roosevelt National Park
This is where you can find websites, helpful phone numbers, friends groups and cooperating associations, and, sometimes, books related to the park.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park: www.nps.gov/thro
South Unit Information
North Unit Information
Private vehicle (including motorcycles)
7-day vehicle access: $10. Entrance fee for all persons traveling in a single, private, non-commercial vehicle. Allows entrance to both North Unit and South Unit. Non-transferable.
Individual - Entrance by foot, bike, horse, etc.
7-day access on foot, and bicycle: $5 per person - Valid for 7 days
Per person entrance fee for a visitor traveling on foot, bicycle, and horse. Allows entrance to both North Unit and South Unit. Children under 16 are admitted free. Non-transferable.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park Annual Park Pass
For a park map, visit this site.
Friends Organizations and Cooperating Associations
The Theodore Roosevelt Nature and History Association was organized in 1951 by a group of park enthusiasts to promote and support the historical, scientific and educational activities of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. This commitment has broadened to offer support to Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site and Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge.
The Association is a non-federal, nonprofit organization governed by a volunteer board of directors. To accomplish its goals, the Association is authorized by the National Park Service to sell publications, maps, interpretive learning tools, and theme-related items in park bookstores.
From its inception, the Association has donated more than $750,000 from the sale of these materials to the National Park Service and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service areas in North Dakota.
Friends of Theodore Roosevelt National Park's mission is to support the natural, cultural, and scenic resources, and the spirit and sense of place of the three units of Theodore Roosevelt National Park and the Little Missouri River that unites them in the badlands of North Dakota. This will be accomplished by advocating for the park, raising public awareness, engaging youth, and raising funds for projects that support the park's mission and Theodore Roosevelt's conservation legacy.
Annual dues are:
Young Explorer (age 10 and under) $5.00
For more information or to join, visit online: http://friendsoftr.com/
or write to:
Friends of Theodore Roosevelt National Park
P.O. Box 1
Medora, ND 58645