Theodore Roosevelt National Park Traveler Pin
It’s fitting that the only national park named for a man honors America’s leading champion of public lands preservation. The 26th president claimed his years hunting and ranching in the park area’s grasslands and badlands crafted his conservation values and molded the man who would become president. Visitors to this North Dakota park can view remnants of Roosevelt’s two ranch sites, tour scenic roads and paddle down the Little Missouri River during the spring runoff.
1.125" Hard enamel pin; nickel metal.
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