Although glamping is often thought of as "glamorous camping" I will warn you that there is not much "glamorous" about staying in an authentic tipi....
Although glamping is often thought of as "glamorous camping" I will warn you that there is not much "glamor...
Authentic Native American Tipi Camping in MontanaBrowning, Montana (United States)
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In order to get a fully authentic Blackfoot experience, you’ll be sleeping in tipis at this glamping site. These tipis provide a nice dry warmth to them -- they retain airflow while still letting in the sounds of nature just outside. The tipis are completely comfortable with traditional liners that form double walls. These walls are what provide ventilation and keep them pleasantly cool during hot summer months. These tipis also have a fireplace in the center and you will be provided with firewood during your stay. Read More
- Double bed
This glamping site also boasts a wonderful Native American art gallery that displays contemporary and traditional fine art.
The tipi camp is made up of a wooden wind shelter, which was built in the form of a traditional Blackfeet ceremonial lodge, and this is where you’ll be able to gather and socialize with other guests.
There is a shower house just up the hill from the tipi camp for your use during your stay.
Location + Surroundings
This incredible glamping site in Montana is nestled within the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and borders Glacier National Park. It’s a special place near Browning, Montana, that hopes to give an authentic view into the life and history of the Blackfeet Indians. The site sits on 200 acres of stunning prairie with a spring-fed lake. Read More
- No parties
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 15 days prior to check-in.
The rates indicated for this glamping site include firewood and WiFi access. If you’d like to try traditional Southern Blackfeet cuisine (Amskapi Pikuni), it is offered for dinner. This traditional food might include buffalo, deer, elk or seafood. The rates indicated do not include meals.
Please remember to bring a sleeping bag, a camping mattress and a flashlight. For $12 additional dollars per night, you can rent a mattress and sleeping bag with a cotton insert at the glamping site.
The price indicated is based on double occupancy. Prices for this site are as following: The price for one person per night is $60, and each additional person after that costs another $15 per night. Children under 12 years old cost $10 per night. Remember, these prices do not include meals. Make sure you mention how many people you’ll be bringing during your stay so that your price can be arranged accordingly. Read more