This 16' tipi has ample space for up to 5 adults in sleeping bags. Cots available for up to 3 people. 8 mi to Wounded Knee Massacre Site. Central location to explore Pine Ridge & Badlands.
How many times have you had the opportunity to sleep in a tipi on an indian reservation? Deer and coyote are often spotted crossing the site. We are also immediately adjacent to horse pastures on all sides. We are also home to a sustainable homestead model site and education center. Tours are available of our cob/strawbale hybrid home as well as our light straw clay office. Fees collected fro your stay support our community projects.
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There are currently solar showers and composting toilets on site. We may be adding private showers and toilets for the tipi site but currently these amenities are shared with our campers. There is a covered picnic area for eating and in case of rain during the day. There is an outdoor kitchen that is primarily for group use but, use can be arranged for tipi renters however, arrangements MUST be made IN ADVANCE (hours may be specific/limited). For the reason we highly suggest you bring your own cooking gear.
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We live on site and are available to answer questions about the area.
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Please keep in mind this is a camping experience and plan accordingly. While many people have come un-prepared and still had a fantastic stay, you will be much happier if you have the proper clothing, flashlights and cook stove to keep yourself comfortable. Sleeping bags and pillows available for your use but please let us know in advance if you plan to use them so we can make sure they are fresh and ready for you. A minimum of one day notice is required, upon completing reservation is preferred.
Smoking cigarettes in designated areas is ok, but not in the tipi's. No alcohol or drugs allowed on site.
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Founder/Director of Earth Tipi who's mission is "Connecting resources and people to create sustainable housing and grow food on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation".