About Mandala Garden Tipi
We are a 501c3 Not for Profit that wishes to help and serve those in need or seeking respite. You may enter our Tipi by our beautiful gardens at the edge of the meadow where the forest leaves are turning dappled shades of veridian and crimson near a world of moss magic, towering evergreens, fern, dappled light, shade, hawk, eagle and lake. A tunnel takes you from the mandala garden to the lake front. The beauty of the northwest await you here in our sanctuary along the shores of Triangle Lake. For a little while longer we will offer a safe, cosy romantic, family friendly corner in a real TIpi until the winds blow and November makes a challenge difficult to keep things dry. Please come enjoy our tipi where you can soak in the beauty of the Northwest and get a prime view of starlight. We look forward to welcoming you there. We are a 501c3 not for profit and the facility is run entirely by the efforts of a small but dedicated group of volunteers. Proceeds of any kind go directly to the upkeep and cost of bills to keep the electricity, heat, propane so that our facility is a safe warm haven for whomever needs it. We have other resources including some food donations to share and are currently researching what else we can offer to be of real service.
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 2
- Accessible by: Drive
- Accommodation: Tent Only
- Check in after: 2PM
- Check out before: 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Mandala Garden Tipi
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I had never spent a night in a tipi, so was unsure what to expect, but was really looking forward to it. It was great, the tipi is very spacious and has a fire ring in the middle. There were four pads in the tipi when we arrived, we slept on one, but there was plenty of room to have set the the other four around the fire and slept at least 8 people. The fire was a really pleasant and cozy experience. The rest of the property includes a large commons area and commercial kitchen space. There are restrooms and showers up at the main building, all of which is, as best I could tell, open 24hrs for visitors to come and go as needed. The property is covered with a thick beautiful forest, and there is a road the runs the majority of the way around the property, making for a nice quiet walk. The Tipi is also near a tunnel that takes you under the nearby road and over to the lake and dock. There was a paddle boat and a canoe over there if you wanted to venture out. Overall, great experience!