Theodore Roosevelt National Park

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Can you imagine a place where you can do anything you want? A place where you can learn so much without being bored? The Theodore Roosevelt National Park has all those qualities and more! The Theodore Roosevelt National Park is one of the most astonishing park in the world. Visit the Theodore Roosevelt National Park where you will enjoy endless fun.

Did You Know?

The park is 70,466.86 acres.

The Park's History

Theodore Roosevelt, a great man, was the 26th president. On January 6, 1919, Theodore Roosevelt died from a blood clot. He was buried in Oyster Bay in New York. After he passed away, people wanted to build a park for him.On April 25, 1947, President Truman signed the bill that made the Theodore Roosevelt National Memorial Park. On November 10, 1978, President Carter signed Public Law 95-625 that changed the memorial park to the Theodore Roosevelt National Park and added 29,920 acres of land. The park's history is very interesting.
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This is a picture of Theodore Roosevelt.

Did You Know?

There is a petrified forest in the park.


There are many animals in the Theodore Roosevelt National Park.There are bison, elk, deer, pronghorn, feral horses, coyotes, snakes, badgers, bobcats, beavers, porcupines, eagles, snakes, and etc. You are not allowed to hunt and don't get to close to them. Even though the animals seem tame, they are not because they are wild animals. The animals are very different than other animals.
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This is a picture of bison on the park.

Did You Know?

There are about 600,000 visitors each year.

Tourist Information

If you want to visit the Theodore National Park, you have to be prepared. There are severe thunderstorms in the summer so get shelter. You can get dehydrated so you have to have water. You cannot bring a pet into the trails, or in buildings, but you can bring them on roads, in picnic areas, and in campgrounds. The pets can disturb the animal in the park and the animals can hurt your pets.There are many places to visit and you will be so amazed you can hardly breathe.
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This is a picture of a map that shows where the Theodore Roosevelt National Park is located. The park is located near Medora, North Dakota.

Places to Visit

You will never run out of things to do when you are in the Theodore Roosevelt National Park! There is a Little Missouri River where you can enjoy fishing and canoeing/kayaking, you can go horseback riding, biking, camping, skiing, hiking, or you can explore the whole entire park. The Theodore Roosevelt National Park in loads of fun.
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Why the Little Missouri River is Cloudy

A long time ago, when the Greek gods were still visible, a goddess named Demeter, the goddess of harvest, was in love with a god named Poseidon, sea-god, but Poseidon was in love with Amphitrite, the sea-goddess. Demeter was jealous, but she couldn't do anything to keep them apart. One day, when she was watching the two from the sky, she suddenly thought of a great idea. She could pour all her flour into the clear sea to get his attention and hopefully fall in love with her. She ordered her servants to put all the flour into the sea as quickly as they could manage. Poseidon soon saw what she was planning and soon grew angry. He demanded her to clean out the water, but Demeter could not do so. She told him that she could only take out the flour if she took away the water for a few minutes. The fish would die but he could make new fish. Poseidon agreed. She took all the water to the Little Missouri River and filled the ocean with salt water. Poseidon make sharks, crabs, and more ocean animals that could survive in the salty water. Demeter learned her lesson and she grew less jealous when she met Zeus. Now you know why the seas are salty and the Little Missouri River is cloudy.

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