Beginning in March people will be able to reserve campsites at Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota online months in advance, National Parks Traveler reported.
The park will accept reservations for the Roundup Group Horse Campground, the Juniper Group Campsite in the North Unit, and the Cottonwood Group Campsite in the South Unit through the recreation.gov website. In addition, half of the general sites in the Cottonwood Campground will be available for reservation. The remainder of the general sites in Cottonwood Campground and the entire Juniper Campground will continue to be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
“The use of our group campsites, especially the Roundup Group Horse Campground, has become so popular that it’s necessary to go with an online reservation system,” said Chief Ranger Dean Wyckoff. “Many visitors also appreciate the option of being able to reserve their campsites ahead of time when they are planning their vacations.”
Theodore Roosevelt National Park’s online reservation system will go live on March 2. Reservations can be made at www.recreation.gov or by calling the Recreation.gov Call Center at 877-444-6777.
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