For those looking to get an immersive park experience, then Theodore Roosevelt National Park camping is a great way to do so. Camping is usually a great way to get into the park early and beat the crowds. While this park is never very busy, after the bulk of the visitors leave (and before they arrive in the morning), Theodore Roosevelt National Park is an especially magical place that is best experienced by camping among the amazing North Dakota badlands.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park stretches alongside the banks of the Little Missouri River in the rugged Badlands of western North Dakota. Visitors to this park are provided a unique opportunity for wildlife viewing, solitude and sweeping views. North Dakota may not be on your travel bucket list, but it should be!
U.S. National Parks are famous for their incredible scenery. Some of the most iconic views, like Tunnel View can be seen from a parking lot. However, you’d be missing out if you didn’t lace up your hiking boots and leave the pavement and boardwalks to see these gorgeous vistas!
Theodore Roosevelt had just over 750,000 visitors last year and less than a third of those visitors made it to the North Unit. Our family tends to prefer getting off the beaten path. So, when a park ranger mentioned that one of his favorite hikes, the Caprock-Coulee Trail, was in the North Unit, we didn’t hesitate to drive the 65 miles north from Medora to check it out!