If you order your tickets for the Medora Musical or Pitchfork Fondue or if you need tickets, this is the place to go. The women behind the counter were very helpful and knowledgeable about the area and the things happening in Medora.
If you want to really appreciate the park and Teddy Roosevelt's relationship to the area, this is the place to start. There is a lot of information available, the staff is helpful and if needed you can get more detailed maps too.
We visited here a few times to talk about the hiking opportunities in Theodore Roosevelt National Park and were pleased with the help we received. They have a good assortment of postcards and books and other park stuff. We will definitely come back to this ares in the future.
Closed on the off season, it's February and 60 degrees out. We took a trip up from Rapid City SD, and they were closed. That's usually our first stop when traveling. Very disappointing. I'm sure it's a great place when they are open.
This is a great little visitor center. You do not have to pay to get into the National park for this visitor center, but most likely if you are stopping here you are going into the park. There is great info and a chance for a tour of Teddy Roosevelt cabin. The staff is very knowledgeable!! Great informative movie also.
As the title states, if you're a student of history and fan of Teddy, you need to visit this park and visitor center. Just like other national parks, it is well done and educational. Behind the center, Teddy's original hunting lodge, the Maltese Cross, is on display. You still can see where Teddy Roosevelt and his hunting buddies hammered into...