Theodore Roosevelt National Park


Located in North Billings, North Dakota

History of Development

It was named after U.S president Theodore Roosevelt. It was established November 10, 1978 after his death 59 years earlier on January 6, 1919.

# of Visitors

Each year there are nearly 600,000 visitors that come.


It covers 70,446 acres of land in 3 sections: North Unit, South Unit, Elkhorn Ranch Unit.

Summers are warm with average high temperatures in the 70s and 80s°F. Winters are cold with average lows in the single digits December through February. Wind is considerable year-round. Conditions can change quickly.


  • More than 186 types of birds
  • Bison
  • Feral horses
  • Elk
  • Mule deer
  • Prarie Dogs and more

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