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On the phone the couple who own this establishment were lovely and we were so excited to experience the culture that we prepaid and planned to stay the entire next day to make arts and crafts with the owner.
I explained we were road tripping...More
I wasn't sure what to expect before we arrived, but this place was welcome surprise. The owners had a large group, but they did a tremendous job of making us feel welcome. The tipi was perfect for our family of 4. The peace and quiet...More
This is a bit of cultural appropriation I can do without. If you are wanting to stage for Glacier NP, use the overflow campsite (also has tipis) on US 89 just south of Many Glacier. Cheaper too, at $20/night for tent camping.
When we checked...More
This is such an amazing and special place!
The first thing to note is that you are camping here - the property is listed on several hotel booking sites which imply that you're renting an actual bed. You're not. You're renting a pre-assembled tipi on...More
The tipi village is located east of Glacier Park. We love a night or two of camping but not the work! This was perfect-we slept in the tipi--fire pit and all. We took advantage of the mattress and sleeping bags with sleeping liners available for...More
The official check-in ends at 5p (I think) but you can call and speak with someone to make arrangements if you’re going to arrive later. The experience is camping so best to be situated before dark otherwise you’ll need... More
The official check-in ends at 5p (I think) but you can call and speak with someone to make arrangements if you’re going to arrive later. The experience is camping so best to be situated before dark otherwise you’ll need flashlights. The check-in desk is inside the art gallery on the property.
Make 100% sure they have pre-confirmed your mats and sleeping bags if you’re arriving late - they will accommodate you (they’re very nice!) but Lodgepole is a “mom and pop” so having phone conversations with names and voices is great for their heads up and your peace of mind.
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"only go here if you bring all of your camping equipment with you. all you get is a tipi."