Theodore Roosevelt National Park is a place full of not only wonderful wildlife and nature, but also remnants of history that helped to shape America as we know it today.
Theodore Roosevelt himself came here, decided he loved it, and stayed. Now you can see for yourself what the man who was to become one of our greatest presidents loved about this place. Immerse yourself in the beautiful badlands, see stunning views from overlooks, and get up close to some of the biggest and most intimidating animals in the United States. Check out the places where Theodore Roosevelt stayed when he visited North Dakota and set foot in the same places he stepped.
There’s plenty to experience when you come in your RV, and the park is easy to access in your rig. Summer is a great time to visit, as high temperatures tend to run in the 70s and 80s Fahrenheit. This is the ideal season to get out on all the incredible trails, go canoeing and kayaking, and participate in some fun ranger-led programs. Prefer cooler temps? Head your rig hear any time--Theodore Roosevelt National Park stays open year-round. Be aware though, the park averages about 30 inches of snow a year, so there can still be remnants of the white stuff even after the snowy season has passed. Be sure to check road conditions before heading out and enjoy some fun winter activities like skiing and snowshoeing. No matter when you visit in your RV, you can be guaranteed an unforgettable Park experience!