The Ultimate Theodore Roosevelt National Park Quiz
by Staff
There are few places left in America where you can truly experience what it was like to live in the Wild West. The Theodore Roosevelt National Park is one. Complete with changing landscape, a vast array of wildlife and numerous outdoor activities, this national park is worth the trip. Take this quiz and learn more about this park named for a president.

Where is the Theodore Roosevelt National Park located?

  • California
  • Colorado
  • North Dakota

You can explore the park by:

  • car
  • foot
  • both of the above

What accommodations are located in the park?

  • two campgrounds
  • a campground and a bed-and-breakfast
  • two campgrounds and a lodge

The national park is home to:

  • buffalo, elk and prairie dogs
  • deer, antelope and reptiles
  • all of the above

What geological landmarks are found within the park?

  • the Little Missouri River
  • the Little Missouri Badlands
  • both of the above

What types of activities are offered in the park?

  • rock climbing
  • horseback riding
  • bungee jumping

Where is the park's headquarters?

  • Medora
  • Fargo
  • Harvey

The town of Medora is named after:

  • its founder
  • its founder's wife
  • its founder's daughter

The visitor center for the national park used to be:

  • Roosevelt's headquarters
  • Marquis de Mores' house
  • Roosevelt's hideout

When did Roosevelt live in his cabin that is now located in the national park?

  • In 1884
  • In 1790
  • In 1916

What animal was brought to the national park?

  • horses
  • prairie dogs
  • long-horn steers

Roosevelt's original cabin is made out of:

  • mud
  • wood
  • brick

When is a good time to go overlook the canyons in the national park?

  • after in rains
  • when it's windy
  • after it snows

How should you travel to see the Oxbow overlook?

  • by foot
  • by bike
  • by car

When did Roosevelt head to North Dakota?

  • after his mother died
  • after his wife died
  • both of the above

When Roosevelt headed to North Dakota, the war between the Sioux and the American government:

  • had just begun
  • was still ongoing
  • had just ended

What was Roosevelt's occupation when he moved to North Dakota?

  • member of the New York Assembly
  • governor of New York
  • former president of the United States

Roosevelt is considered:

  • a conservationist
  • an environmentalist
  • a idealist

Why did Roosevelt leave North Dakota?

  • He got bored.
  • He suffered great loss in his cattle business.
  • both of the above

As president of the United States, Roosevelt established:

  • several national parks
  • the United States Forest Service
  • both of the above