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Fishing, Horseback Riding
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child or adult stays free of charge when using existing beds.
Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 27 per person per night for extra beds.
All children under 11 years are charged USD 20 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Wonderful local scenery. Tipi sleep-out experience was fun and a back up option was provided. Incredible breakfast. Warm and clean washrooms. Very pleasant welcome from Owner.
Rented bedding quality and cleanliness were poor. Long drive to evening restaurant. Night noises did include coyotes; but more noticeable were the endless freight trains as well as night-long traffic to and from the nearby casino.
- Amazing intimate location and view. It was right by Glacier NP I think about 20 min East entrance and 45 min West entrance? - Cozy and small with enough privacy to enjoy the outdoors - loved the real tipi experience - the bathroom and showers were clean - the owner was great. I was traveling solo for a trip up to Glacier NP and she was so sweet and accommodating. I look forward to going back to Glacier and will definitely make a stop at Lodge Pole!
- Remember to bring a towel and flashlight/lantern. I didn't realize there'd be no light out in the tipi (until you start the fire) after sundown so it wasn't a big deal but it could help more than not. I forgot to throw a towel in my pack but thankfully the owner provided me with one but I'm not sure if this place normally provides towels for your stay.
The authencity and sincerity of the owners to create a place that is true to the local culture and environment. A memorable experience.
We loved the experience of sleeping in a tipi with a firepit in the middle staring at the stars and listening to coyotes in the middle o the prairie. It really was a great memorable experience. Staff was really friendly and welcoming. We look forward to coming back again.
Sleeping in a real TP is the best thing next to camping if you are not a real camper. It was a once in a lifetime experience for us. That night, there was rain, thunder and lightning but not a drop of rain inside the teepee. A fire kept us warm.
I slept in an authentic Native American tipi! The home-cooked diner and breakfast were excellent and very reasonably priced. The owners were delightful, personable, and helpful.
For heat in the tipi, you need to build a fire. Be sure to ask the owners how to set up the tent so the smoke vents properly. The bathrooms and showers were clean, but the plumbing needs some work. WiFi is available only in the central dining area, several hundred yards from the tipis.
This is not a satisfactory accommodation! It is a tent with earth floor and open fire pit in the tipi. Ground squirrels have burrows into the tipi and no way to keep them out with concern for hantavirus. There is no insect protection. The toilet and shower is a significant walk on an earth trail. When I realized my mistake in this booking, the owner charged me a full night and cancellation fee. I notified booking.com and they apologized but have not adjusted fees.
Nice experience, especially for a child Nice onsite facilities, i.e. clean showers, toilets, tables to dine (inside), hot boiled water, good wifi
Somewhat expensive for what you get A bit far from the national park
We were a little sceptical because we are not too much into "Camping". But this was a rare and beautiful experience. A perfectly quiet night and then waking up with the sun shining brightly into the Tipi. Wonderful. If you´re interested in First Nation´s history and present situation then take the chance and talk to your host Darren. He knows everything you want to know and more. And if you have some time then let him take you on a tour through the reservation. Important: if you want to have dinner at the Lodgepole Gallery then you need to tell them in advance. Darren is an excellent cook, but he needs to know so he can prepare.
the experience of sleeping in a tipi and meeting the owners. The dinner cooked by the owners was excellent.
the comfort was not good for my arthritis. The beds in the tipi were thin mats, all right for young people, not for those with bad backs. The tipi had no floor, just on the grass and the squirrels had been in and left deposits on the ground which smelt bad until we acclimatised. I liked the place but I think their description of "luxury" is optimistic.
The paths to the tipi were full of ground squirrel holes, very hard to walk with out turning your ankles. It should include a chair inside the tipi. There should be more lighting on the path to the outhouse. Too close to the train tracks, unable to sleep due to a train whistle every half hour... DML-SRQ-FLORIDA
Water smell & toilet backing up
You will remember sleeping in a tipi long after the memory of all those comfortable motel rooms have have grown indistinguishable from one another.
A very pleasant experience with no complaints!
The actual experience of sleeping in a tipi was really cool although I would have appreciated a few more instructions on how to manage the fire and smoke. The grounds were relatively clean.
The showers at Lodgepole Gallery in the women's section were terrible. They literally dribbled water so it took a very long time to rinse one's hair. They also changed temperature erratically; especially if someone flushed the toilet. I would be very concerned for young children in the shower.
It was a once in life experience - the Tipi was fun and my 13 yr old grandson loved being in charge of the nightly fire. The breakfasts and dinners were superb with far more than we could ever eat. The other guests were from around the world and very interesting. The art gallery was exquisite and the hosts charming. The land beautiful.
Magical setting on the Blackfeet Reservation and close to Glacier National Park.
Genuine rustic teepee living with very educational guidance from Sr Blackfeet native Many Buffalo. Loved the special meal and personal tour of the reservation. Enjoyed the party atmosphere of the annual Pow Wow. Thorough expert answers to full spectrum of challenging questions about native culture and arts. I loved it. Spouse freaked about native rodents but has recovered nicely!
Rugged walk to modern bath n shower facility in middle of night. Limited introductions to other tribal experts n culture in Browning. Community seemed rather aloof and not inviting to learn more perspectives on culture.
An authentic stay in the Blackfeet Reservation. They will provide you with bedding however we were able to bring our own blow up mattress ( since we were driving) and our own sleeping bags and pillows. The interior of the tipi is a grass/dirt floor with a fire pit in the center. Very authentic. They provide you with fire kindling if you want a fire inside. There is a large gathering "hut" with a big firepit and tables if you want to roast marshmallows or cook your meal. You can order dinner with your reservation which is very good, very hearty and served in the dining/living room. The bathroom/showers are clean and somewhat modern. They will provide you with towels. All in all - a bucket list must do. How many of your friends have slept in an authentic tipi on an Indian reservation?
Our daughter loved the tipi experience. It blew hard yet the tipi was secure and warm and we even roasted marshmallows over the small fire in our tipi. We also has an excellent dinner meal prepared by the owner and should have reserved a place at breakfast that looked great. Clean communal bathrooms and showers.
That we should have reserved horses for riding the day before - so missed out on that. Should have stayed two nights.
Innovative; respecting history and American-Indian traditions.
Well water used for showers & full bathroom.
The experience was a rare opportunity to stay in an authentic plains indian teepee. The view of the the high plains from my teepee opening was remarkable. The staff were very interesting people and friendly.
I did not expect the ammendities to be equal to a Holiday Inn and they weren't. This just added to the charm.
Bath was clean.
Openings in bottom of teepee where small animals were able to enter. Tee pee door flap broken and constantly flapped. Water smelled horrible did not want to even brush my teeth. Shower barely sprayed enough water to rinse. Toilet was clogged. Owner not very friendly . Gathering room smelled bad and animal skin on couch was nasty.
The traditional evening meal The general ambience of sleeping in a tipi
Staying in a tipi. The food served was fabulous! Everyone was so nice and everything was clean!
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