Open: Open May 15-September 30 Number of Sites: 150 Tents Allowed: Yes Dogs Allowed: Yes
Red Trail Campground is nestled below a butte on the southeast edge of historic Medora which takes its name from the wife of its founder, a French nobleman, the Marquis De Mores. Though his dreams of a cattle empire and meat packing plant have long since vanished, the town survived to witness, and retain in history. For a short time Teddy Roosevelt stayed in Medora opening two cattle ranches. Custer camped in Medora while on his way to Montana. Many other notables besides these have stayed in Medora. Come see the Medora Musical, learn a little more about us, where the west picks up its heels and parts of history began. Browse through our shops, enjoy the authentic western food at any of our restaurants, look though our museums, and drive though the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. That is the Medora experience.
Modern rest rooms with showers
Biggest little grocery store in Medora
Two high speed ethernet ports
100 sites with at least 30 amp electricity
Cable available in all sites except tent sites
Tables and charcoal grills in every site
From the East (Westbound) on I-94:
Take exit 27. Go about 1 & 1/2 miles. Come to the Badlands Motel on your right - turn left, cross the tracks, go 1 & 1/2 blocks, and you are there.
From the west (Eastbound) on I-94:
Take exit 24. ONLY. At the end of the exit ramp turn right and go about 2 miles, come to the Badlands Motel on the left side - turn right at that corner then cross the tracks and go 1 & 1/2 blocks, and you are there.
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