2024 Medora Cowgirl Camp | Medora - Official Ticket Site of the Medora Musical
Ride in Ramble On
Two young people ride on horses through the Badlands

Cowgirl Camp!

June 10 - June 13, 2024

Girls Age 8-14   |   all riders welcome, no riding experience required

Immerse yourself in the heartland spirit, create core memories, and embrace the Code of the West as you learn the ABCs of horses: Basic Care, Tack, Groundwork, Riding, and more. Saddle up for laughter, learning, and cowgirl magic.

An adult needs to accompany their cowgirl in Medora-we’ll keep them busy making memories all day, but you’ll need to round ’em up come sundown.

Limited space available. Register soon before it fills up!

More Info

Camp Registration $400

Lodging 15% Off

June 10-13, 2024

Registration Includes

A women adjusts equipment on a horse at riding stables in Medora, North Dakota

Lodging Details

Campers and families will receive 15% off of lodging at the Badlands Motel or Elkhorn Quarters. Add on your preferred lodging accommodation during registration.

Event Itinerary

Monday, June 10

3:00-7:00 pm | Campers and Families Check In

7:00 pm | Camp Welcome and Introductions

Tuesday, June 11

7:30 am | Breakfast

8:30 am | Skill Session at Ranch-o-Rama

11:30 am | Lunch

12:30 pm | Skill Session and Riding at Ranch-o-Rama

5:30 pm | Dinner at Pitchfork Steak Fondue

6:30 pm | Medora Musical Behind the Scenes Tour

7:30 pm | Medora Musical

Wednesday, June 12

7:30 am | Breakfast

8:30 am | Skill Session at Ranch-o-Rama

11:30 am | Lunch

12:30 pm | Skill Session and Trail Riding at Ranch-o-Rama

6:00 pm | Dinner

7:15 pm | Family Campfire & Cowgirl Sing Along

Thursday, June 13

7:30 am | Breakfast

8:30 am | Skill Session and Trail Riding at Ranch-o-Rama

11:00 am | Meet Miss Rodeo ND and Final ride into Medora

Campers are welcomed to continue their wild-west adventure at the Miss Rodeo ND Horsemanship Competition and Sweetheart Crowning at Ranch-o-Rama. More details coming soon.


Families are asked to join their students in Medora. Adults will have the opportunity to attend learning sessions, student demos, family evening activities, and enjoy Medora favorites while in town. 

Family Sessions:
Family Bonding:
Transportation & Supervision:

Every cowgirl in Medora needs an adult with them.

Families are responsible for dropping off and picking up campers from skill sessions each day. Families are responsible for camper supervision outside of these sessions and should attend evening activities with their campers.

While your cowgirl is busy, you can enjoy Medora’s shows, shopping, hiking, or even try horse riding yourselves.


We are excited to host you. For any questions or accommodations please reach out to our event services team.

Barbara Shockey
Event Services Coordinator

Phone: 701-623-4444

A women sits on a horse and leads a trail ride through Medora, North Dakota