Standard (Tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Medora Campground

If you're looking for campgrounds in Medora, ND, consider Medora Campground. Conveniently located on the west side of Medora, the Medora Campground is the perfect place to set up your basecamp for adventure in the Badlands.

You can choose between our hook-up spaces or our primitive camping area, whichever makes your Medora experience perfect. Facility amenities include:

-150 campsites of varying sizes.


-Access to bathroom and shower facilities

-RV waste station

-Playground for the kids

-And a new General Store with many of the provisions you might need -- plus a laundry facility to help clean up your gear after a day in the Badlands.

Fee Info
Improved Sites: 50 Amp Full Hookup (Water/Electric/Sewer) - $46.00 30 Amp Full Hookup (Water/Electric/Sewer) - $40.00 20 Amp Full Hookup (Water/Electric/Sewer) - $30.00 Primitive Sites: Tent - $24.00 Group Tent - $35.00
$24.00 - $46.00
Drive In
Walk In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Trash Available
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RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Water Hookups
30 amp Hookups
50 amp Hookups
Pull-Through Sites
Max Length: 60 ft.
Medora Campground is located in North Dakota
46.9223 N
-103.5312 W
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14 Reviews of Medora Campground
Good park

Great location right outside the park. Utilities all worked well. Beautiful walk down to the Little Missouri River. Train tracks nearby but they're not allowed to blow their horn through town, so all you hear is the low rumble as they go by, no big deal. Cons: sites are very close together, but that's pretty expected of a private FHU campground right outside a NP.

Great amenities, right next to TRNP

Great campground overall! Sites are a little close together (especially for RVs) and the tent sites are on uneven, rocky ground half the time. We went in mid September so the season was over and it wasn’t too crowded but I could see being frustrated by lack of privacy during peak season. You can hear the train at night, not a big deal for me but it’s relatively frequent and noisy. That being said the amenities are great - camp store, private showers, clean bathrooms, even a few tent sites with water and electric. It’s right in a scenic little cove and if you walk a bit there’s rocky beach access right on the Little Missouri River. It’s also walkable to TRNP which is fantastic.

At The South Entrance to Park

Overnight and enjoyed quick drive (one block) to entry of National Park. Good access, crowded, but had an easy site to access.. Nice fun downtown (2 blocks) Bike trail at entrance also!!

Lovely stop!

We stayed here for one night on a 3-week road trip, and our boys declared it their favorite campground we stayed at! We stayed in the of the cabins, which had a really cool loft area the boys loved. Being able to walk down to the river and explore was neat. Bathrooms were clean. We had no complaints whatsoever here, and wished we could have stayed longer!

Ok campground

Close campsites. We only stayed one night going to the National park. Very small town, only one gas station that is also the small grocery store. Fun putt putt golf in town.

Convenient campground right next to TRNP

We rolled up late in the day and they had plenty of tent sites available. Beautiful views and a nice path to sit next to the little Missouri! Fire pits are shared.


Beautiful and short walk to the Little Missouri River. Very close to Teddy Roosevelt National Park. Nice size camping spots.

Pleasantly surprised

After arriving late for a site in the Theodore Roosevelt NP we decided on this one. Since I have a small van with a bed I was able to get a nice tent site with plenty of room to spread out. Bathrooms and showers are nice and clean. Surprised to see bats flying at night it was actually cool. Definitely would stay here again.

Tight and dusty, but close to Teddy Roosevelt

We stayed 3 nights in a PT FHU for $177. The sites are dusty red dirt (but that's the natural landscape of the area) and a little close together. The staff is very friendly and they have a small store on site. There's a picnic table, but it was very hot outside without shade. There's a great creek within walking distance that you can cool off in and let the dogs run around. The proximity to Teddy Roosevelt NP is the winner to stay!

Close to Theodore Roosevelt NP

This park is close to Theodore Roosevelt National Park The bathroom and shower were clean. That’s the end of the good news. The sites are small and very tight. We couldn’t open our canopy. When we stepped out our door we were looking right in the window of the neighbors. Lots of dust and bugs. The staff was not very friendly. They have the only campground in town, and know it. Next time I will camp 20 miles away and drive to the park.

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