A Cowboy breakfast is included in your stay. We are very quiet camping location 1/2 way between Powell Wyoming and Cody Wyoming just under the shadow of the Great Heart Mountain and about an hour from two Yellowstone Park Entrances (ie. East and Northeast Gates). Within 20 miles of wilderness and lots of outdoor activities. The campsite is part of a 450-acre Certified Organic Farm and Wild Nature in all directions. Creek runs through the campground.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Native American Teepees
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It was the night before the eclipse and -- to be honest -- we were not set up with a place to pitch our tent in all of Wyoming. Luckily we found this gem and had a wonderful evening pitched next to the tipis and yurts.
The fire was warm and the company was fantastic -- from all around the world to see the eclipse. We were notified in the morning that we could convoy with our hosts south into the region or totality after breakfast, but we decided to go our own way.
Breakfast was everything I could ever ask for out there in the fields, and it gave us all the energy we could need to see one of the most amazing sights in the sky.
I heartily recommend Big Quiet Cowboy Camping. The hosts were amazing, the site was dark and quiet, and the location was perfect for exploring the Yellowstone region.
A lovely, well-maintained property, we stayed in a Native American teepee located at the bottom of the hill. Rod and Lyn are excellent hosts who prepared a filling breakfast and respond quickly to resolve problems when they arise. Located in a platform tent, the shower had plenty of hot water and privacy and was a welcome sight after spending several nights on the road w/out access to one. And our dog, Buttercup, thoroughly enjoyed the chance to run around, explore, and play with Ricky the German Shepherd puppy. Best way to get in contact with Rod is to text him at the cell phone number he provides when you reserve a site. Also, the roads can be a bit tricky to find: At the time of our visit, there were several large white event tents near the turn off for the road (Rte 19) that leads you to the campground.