Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North DakotaLearn More
Today, Teddy Roosevelt is remembered for his remarkable conservationism and dedication to preserving America’s natural resources. Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota is named in honor of the former U.S. president, and is the only American national park named directly after a single person. When it comes to wildlife watching, more popular parks like Yellowstone and Yosemite tend to steal all the thunder. But don’t overlook this gem, which covers more than 70,000 acres across three geographically separated areas of badlands: the North Unit, South Unit, and Elkhorn Ranch Unit. From its magical crags to its windswept prairies, visitors can come across wild mustangs, herds of bison, bighorn sheep, golden eagles, cougars, and more. The park also transforms into a winter wonderland, offering cross-country skiing and snowshoeing across ungroomed trails.
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