Hipcamp host Christine J.
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Our Ranch Camp is 3 miles off North I-25 in the Ranchettes just North of Cheyenne, WY.

"Circling Crows" is a 14ft Teepee / Tipi that can easily hold 10 friends in the circle for visiting and 6 comfortably for sleeping although 2 is most ideal as there is 1 bed ready (An Orbital Adjustable and Social Double Lounger with Memory Foam). Complete with pillows and warm / hea


Our Ranch Camp is 3 miles off North I-25 in the Ranchettes just North of Cheyenne, WY.

"Circling Crows" is a 14ft Teepee / Tipi that can easily hold 10 friends in the circle for visiting and 6 comfortably for sleeping although 2 is most ideal as there is 1 bed ready (An Orbital Adjustable and Social Double Lounger with Memory Foam). Complete with pillows and warm / heavy blankets. You can pitch other tents by adding guests.  

*Extra mats and Bedding upon Request (Bedding for 2 included). 

Propane Warming Firepit is included. You'll find the tipi is surprisingly warm. Safety first, not recommended to run all night, it's for warming. If it's really cold, close the tipi flaps with the two poles, and close off any lower draft with the ground tarp and rugs. The Tipi is insulated with a Tipi Liner. 

Feel the vibrations and breathe in the wide open Wyoming Plains just as the Tribes did and not so many years ago. 

No face mask required as you'll have an acre or more to yourself and miles of panoramic views under a very dark star filled sky. There is an outhouse and indoor shower can be scheduled at the Lodging House via message app.

Things to bring: Jackets, food and drinks. A kite or drone. Bicycles and a Book or your Art supplies. Your stones, crystals and Sage.  

No refunds for acts of Nature (bugs or weather related changes). My cancellation is flexible for this listing.  

Enjoy a Moon Garden, Labyrinth, Tomato Forest or the Honey Bee's!  There's horseshoes to play and also knife throwing (just ask).   Horses, all wagtails and fun birds are very much welcomed here. We've been hosting for 16 years. Check our other listings for reviews: Wyoming Ranch Camp and Tent Glamping. Listed also under Last Chance Camp, Cheyenne.

Lodging provided
Canvas tent
1 site
Up to 8 guests per site
Park at listing
ADA access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Potable water available
Kitchen available
Showers available
Picnic table available
Wifi available
Bins available
Laundry absent
Have a question? Send Christine a message!
  • Check in: After 12PM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 3 months out
  • Weeknight discount: 10% off
  • Response time: Within an hour
  • Response rate: 100%

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Hipcamper Rachel

Amazing stay at the tipi!

Rachel A.
recommends this listing.
October 2nd, 2020

This was my first stay at a Hipcamp location and it was so great! First, Christine was great at communicating, and when I said I was going to arrive late she called me to make sure I knew where to go and how everything worked! The tipi itself is beautiful, especially in the open landscape provided at the property. There’s a small bed if there is just 1-2 of you staying but plenty of floor space for others! It was quiet and beautiful, and Christine came by as I was leaving to ask about my stay and give recommendations in Cheyenne. If I ever pass through Cheyenne I will definitely be staying here again!

Hipcamper Joseph

Dog friendly tipi glamping

Joseph N.
recommends this listing.
October 12th, 2020

This was my first time camping in a tipi, and my first time camping in Wyoming. So of course there were crazy high speed winds that made it all a little more interesting, but that’s what camping is all about. I’m on a road trip, just me and my dog, and was pumped to find such a cool dog friendly option to mix up the normal tent camping I’ve been doing. So when I got there Christine was ready in her golf cart and I followed down to get the tipi secured the best we could for the moment. I felt bad they had to vacuum twice because they cleaned before I got there and then the wind had other plans. So I let them know it was fine the way it was and she showed me how to use the propane stove inside the tipi which was a lifesaver throughout the night. It was a cold night and I was grateful for the heat source during a fire ban. After we got all set up I threw a ball for my dog for a while who definitely enjoyed running around in the open field and just being free. After the sun went down the little extra touches inside the tipi became apparent. The solar lamp, and some string lights they had set up added to the mood. In the morning I was going to make some coffee they provided with creamer/sugar options, then I realized I didn’t know how to use a percolator haha so I just heated up some water and made tea. Any warm liquid works on a cold morning camp. Anyway I had a great time even with all the crazy weather and would recommend this spot to anybody looking for a fun, out of the ordinary camping experience, in a tipi, in Wyoming (& dog friendly!).

We survived the night Tipi glow provided by Last Chance CampSunset and the TipiDog breakfast and almost coffee.
Hipcamper Erin
Erin G.
recommends this listing.
October 22nd, 2020

Great experience! The tipi had a hammock bed and propane heater. The host was welcoming and we would definitely return.

Hipcamper Patricia L.
recommends this listing.
October 4th, 2020


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