Authentic Tipis on Indian Reservation near Badlands National Park in South DakotaBatesland, South Dakota (United States)
· Jacuzzi/Hot Tub
The two glamping tipis at this luxury camping site can accommodate up to three people. They are set up upon raised wooden floors with single beds, or a king-size bed if glampers would prefer. All beds are fitted with bed linens, Lakota quilts, and mosquito netting. There are outdoor shower and toilet facilities for glampers to use, and bathrobes are provided for each traveler for the duration of their stay.
Guests in the tipis have use of the common room, the hot tub, and the patio at the main house. There is a full breakfast, complete with freshly ground and brewed Costa Rican coffee, pancakes, and other tasty morning treats, served at this glamping site, too.
What’s so unique about one of these tipis is that it was painted by Sidney Has No Horse, a painter and sculptor, in memoriam of his father, Dawson Has No Horse, Sr., who was a well-known and respected medicine man in the community. For this reason, this tipi faces east to open to the sunrise each day. Read More
- King-size bed
- Shared Jacuzzi/Hot tub
There is a main house on the property where all guests have use of the common room, hot tub, and patio.Read More
Location + Surroundings
Batesland is a town in southwestern South Dakota with a rich Native American history. Given its proximity to the Badlands National Park and the Sandhills of Nebraska, this town is filled with opportunities for outdoor activities and excursions. Batesland is roughly two hours from the second largest city in the state, Rapid City, and just over two hours and 40 minutes from Pierre, the state's capital, for glampers who'd like to make a day trip to a big city. Go on a Lewis and Clarke Circle Tour or visit the ChrisaMari Vineyards in Pierre, and visit Mount Rushmore National Memorial from Rapid City. Read More
Learn about Native American culture at this glamping property set on an Indian reservation; this area is filled with historical value from the days of pioneers and discovering the frontier. The Lakota people's culture and traditions run through the veins of southwestern South Dakota, and guests can attend a powwow, visit the Wounded Knee Massacre site, watch a buffalo herd, or attend a Native American rodeo. There is a strong art scene in this community, and glampers can visit the Red Cloud Art Show or one of many galleries and stores where local artwork is shown and sold.
Nearby, too, are the Badlands National Park and the Sandhills of Nebraska for outdoor adventures just waiting to happen. Other area attractions and activities include the Arthur Bowring Ranch State Historical Park, the Lacreek Wildlife Refuge, and the Willow Tree Festival. For more suggestions and guidance, the host of this glamping site will be more than happy to help guests find exactly what they're looking to do and see while in the area.
- No parties
- Some spaces are shared
- You will receive a full refund if you cancel 24 hours or more prior to check-in.
- You will receive a full refund for the remaining nights and charged for one full nights stay if you cancel within 24 hours.
The daily rate is based on double occupancy. Please make an inquiry with the host for one-person and three-person occupancy rates.