Theodore Roosevelt National Park Camping

Cottonwood Campground Cottonwood Campground - South Unit

RESERVATIONS FOR GROUP SITE ONLY Open Year-Round Information: 701-623-4466

General Information Sites: 76, pull-through, back-in, and walk-in sites

Group Sites: 1 (see below for information)

Reservations: Group site only

Fees: $10 per night, $5 per night during the off-season. Senior Pass or Access Pass holders receive 50% discount.

Maximum occupancy: 1 family or 6 people

Facilities

Restrooms: Flush toilets during main visitor season, pit toilet available year-round

Drinking Water: Spigots located throughout campground Showers: No

RV Information Dump Station: No (A public dump station is available in Medora.)

Water Fill Station: Yes

Electric hookups: No

Sewer hookups: No

Water hookups: No

Cottonwood Group Site Information:(Reservations Accepted ) The Cottonwood Group Site is available for groups of 7 to 20 people. The fee is $20 per night or $2 per person per night, whichever is higher. Reservations for the Cottonwood Group Site for the current year are accepted beginning March 1; call 701-623-4730 ext. 1426 to make a reservation.

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