The Medora experience is meant to be enjoyed be people of all ages and abilities. That’s why we established Access Medora: an ongoing initiative to create a better experience for our guests with mobility and sensory challenges.
Our most high-profile accomplishment as part of Access Medora can be seen atop the Burning Hills Amphitheatre: a high-capacity elevator that has made the Medora Musical even more accessible for people of all abilities since 2022, thanks to generous support from the Engelstad Foundation and the State of North Dakota.
In 2016, we completed renovations of the historic Old Town Hall Theater in downtown Medora, complete with new accessible bathrooms, a wheelchair ramp entrance, and new seating.
In 2019, we opened Manitou the Point to Point Zipline. Its design was chosen for its accessibility-friendly features.
In 2020, we opened our renovated Little Bully Pulpit Mini Golf Course. With this update, the front nine holes are ADA accessible.
In 2023, we updated our restrooms at the Burning Hills Amphitheatre to include an adult changing table, in order to better serve our guests with disabilities.
If you’d like to discuss supporting the Access Medora initiative with the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation, contact our Development Team at 701-223-4800 to chat or set up a meeting.
You can also reach us using the form below.