Located at the front door to Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Medora will keep you entertained, fed, and well-rested before you venture back out on your next journey.
The only problem you’ll find while planning your trip to Medora is that there is so much to do! If you’re on a tight time frame, how can you pick and choose what to do first?
Planning your trip has never been easier with our guide to all the best things to do in Medora. Hold on to your hat; your adventure to Medora is just a few clicks away!
Visit the Cowboy Hall of Fame It wasn’t that long ago when cattle roamed free on the open range. There’s no better place to immerse yourself in more of the region’s culture than this museum.
Spend Time in Theodore Roosevelt National Park Made famous by its high plateaus and enchanting landscapes, you’ll be wanting to photograph every inch of this park.
Eat Pitchfork Steak Fondue Pitchfork Steak Fondue is a unique dish served to you by chefs in cowboy hats that will give you a one-of-a-kind experience you’ll remember for years to come.
Visit Chateau de Mores Known as one of the most colorful figures to have called Medora home, a French aristocrat named Marquis de Mores built a hunting lodge by the town in 1883.
See the Medora Musical With live country music, singing, dancing, and even fireworks, the Medora Musical is the perfect way to bring a day of hiking to an end.
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