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Theodore Roosevelt National Park

Named after the 26th President of the United States, this park in western North Dakota features a rugged landscape of badlands deeply eroded by wind and water. The park is divided into three sections and is home to a variety of wildlife, including bison, wild horses, and elk.

Top Feature: Painted Canyon

Fun Fact

Theodore Roosevelt credited his time in the North Dakota Badlands as the inspiration for his conservation efforts as President. 

  1. The park is divided into a North and South Unit, about 70 miles apart.

  2. Bison roam freely; keep a safe distance.

  3. Some areas of the park are accessible only by multi-day backcountry hiking.

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