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Medora Musical Stay and Play Package

Stay with us, enjoy the world-famous Medora Musical, and feast on steak cooked on a pitchfork starting at $221*

Bully Pulpit Stay & Play Package

Stay and play -- Bully Style -- with golf at the Bully and a night's stay with us starting at just $158.*


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A Teddy Roosevelt Salute to Medora & The National Parks

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The Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation (TRMF) is a public non-profit organization that was formed in 1986.

The TRMF operates lodging, entertainment, recreation, and services in the beautiful ND badlands through the contributions and teamwork of a board of directors, a full time staff of approximately 30, 300+ seasonal employees, 300 + seasonal volunteers, and financial support from generous supporters.

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