From frontier cow town to treasured family tradition, Medora has always welcomed adventure. Just ask Theodore Roosevelt. These buttes and Badlands shaped the course of his life way back in 1883. These same landscapes still inspire visitors today. If you’re looking for outdoor beauty, exciting entertainment and legendary history, you’ve come to the right place.
Discover Medora in winter: From New Year’s Eve and Valentine’s stay-and-dine celebrations to a rockin’ concert lineup – all amongst snowcapped buttes at Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Uncover the top dining destinations in Medora, ND, with a variety of dining options to please every palate. From steaks on pitchforks to fine dining at Theodore’s, Medora is a foodie’s favorite destination.
A little history. A little humor. A whole lot of Western spirit. There’s no show on earth quite like the Medora Musical. It’s an ode to country music, America, Theodore Roosevelt and the untamed spirit of the Badlands – performed live and outside all summer long. Learn more about the Medora Musical.
The Old Rugged Cross. How Great Thou Art. I Saw The Light. Far Side Banks of Jordan. Just A Closer Walk With Thee. And MANY MORE classic Americana hymns and Country Gospel songs. Brought to you live in full harmony by husband/wife duo, Mark & Lisa Flora ~ also known as The Floras. Learn More About The Floras.
Join Million Dollar Quartet fan favorite, Alex Swindle, as he reprises his role as Elvis. Medora newcomer, Bill Scott Sheets plays Johnny Cash in the world premiere of Cash vs. The King. Learn More About Cash vs. The King.