Medora, North Dakota

Medora, North Dakota
Fri, Jul 26th, 2024
Mon, Jul 29th, 2024
  • • "Triple" : $1180 per person
  • • "Quad" : $1160 per person
  • • "Single" : $1800 per person

$1200 per person

4 Day Motorcoach Tour to Medora, ND!

Optional Trip Cancellation/Interruption Insurance is available. 

Tour Highlights:

Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Teddy Roosevelt Show
Pitchfork Fondue
Medora Musical
Gospel Brunch
Cowboy Hall of Fame
Chateau De Mores
Painted Canyon Overlook

Day 1 Medora, ND
Today we travel to Medora. We will make a stop at Painted Canyon Overlook along the way. Upon arrival, a guide will board our bus and give us a short tour around town. We’ll then head to the Harold Schafer Heritage Center for a Sasparilla welcome reception. We’ll then check-in to our home for the next 2 nights at the Rough Riders Hotel. Tonight, we will have an included welcome dinner. (D)

Day 2 Medora, ND
This morning we will visit Theodore Roosevelt National Park, named for the 26th President of the United States. The Park covers 110 square miles of breathtaking vistas in the beautiful North Dakota Badlands. Roosevelt first came here to hunt bison in September of 1883, and fell in love with the region. We’ll see prairies, rivers and badlands that are home to bison, wild horses, bighorn sheep, elk and many other wildlife. Lunch will be on your own in Medora along with some freetime to shop and explore. Next, we’ll see the “Teddy Roosevelt Show". We’ll learn about Theodore Roosevelt as a president, husband, father, soldier, hunter and Badlands rancher. Tonight we’ll head out to the Pitchfork Fondue dinner, a savory slab o’ top choice steak fondued on a pitchfork, western style! Then add baked potatoes, baked beans, cole slaw, fresh fruits and vegetables, garlic toast, cinnamon sugar doughnuts, brownies, lemonade, coffee, and water to complete the Fondue experience. Tonight, we will take in a performance of the “Medora Musical,” a western style musical, proudly dedicated to the legacy of America’s 26th President, Theodore Roosevelt, and the time he spent in North Dakota’s Badlands. (B, D)

Day 3 Medora, ND
This morning we will attend a Gospel Brunch. Then a stop to see the Cowboy Hall of Fame. Medora's history was built on the back of a horse, experience the legends of cowboys, cowgirls and the Native Americans here. Lunch is on your own today before visiting Chateau de Mores. Tour the 26-room Chateau that was once the summer home to Antoine de Vallombrosa, the Marquis de Mores, and his wife, Medora. Dinner is included this evening on the Patio. (B, D)

Day 4
We’ll skirt across North Dakota making our way back home today. (B)
2 dinners 
0 lunches and 
3 continental breakfasts

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