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Whether you’re looking for information about some of our top tourist attractions like the Medora Musical or Bully Pulpit Golf Course, the spirit and heritage of Theodore Roosevelt or Harold Schafer’s time in the Badlands, or inquiring about the many Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation projects we’re investing in to make Medora even better, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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There’s a reason they call it the Greatest Show in the West! The Medora Musical is world-famous, family-friendly, and one of the longest-running musicals in the entire country. See it for yourself!

Downtown Medora gets even more exciting in 2022! Point to Point Park is adding a lazy river, a zero-entry pool, a splash pad, a jump pillow, pickleball courts, and much more. And it’s all funded by generous donors to Medora!

Take a hike with Teddy Roosevelt! Our Roosevelt repriser Joe Wiegand leads morning hikes on Point to Point Trails five days a week. It’s a new, unique way to get acquainted with Medora, and it’s getting rave reviews from our guests.
The Maah Daah Hey 100 Mountain Bike Race by the folks at Experience LAND brings hundreds of racers and thousands of people to the Badlands each August to see if they have what it takes to conquer one of the most challenging single-track trails in the world.
The Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation’s Medora WISH Program has helped thousands of kids see the Medora Musical at no cost! Thanks to the donor-funded program, we’ll welcome kids 17 and under to the show for free from July 2 – 10, 2022.

Each year, Theodore Roosevelt reprisors from around the region come to Medora for the Badlands Chautaqua: A Gathering of TRs to hone their craft, entertain guests, and gather together as lovers of history. Above is a short doc about the weekend by Samuel Sprynczynatyk.