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Dalai Lama





Guests can enjoy Lakota Activities to add on to their Lodging Stay.  These cultural or recreational activities deepen their cultural experience of our people, our traditions and the beautiful lands we call home.


Don't Forget Your Camera!!

Clothing: Wear layers

Gear: Hiking shoes, swim suits, towels

Etiquette: The kitchen, bathroom/shower, and washing facilities are all shared by staff that live on the camp and our youth, please be respectful of the shared space.

We ask that you respect Grandmother Earth as you visit our ancestral homelands.


Cultural Performances and Presentations

  • Singing

  • Dancing

  • Storytelling

  • Star Knowledge

  • Outdoor Native Movie Night- Enjoy popcorn and snacks as you enjoy films with Native Content/Acting

Rustic Camping

Land and Water Recreation

  • Canoeing

  • Fishing

  • Hiking

  • Equine activities

  • Native Sports

Observe or Learn Traditional
Crafts or Activities

  • Make and take cultural art projects

  • Natural Lip Balm from our Honey Lodge Honey youth led enterprise

  • Drum making

Image by June Gathercole

Seasonal Hunting

We are a popular location for seasonal bird hunting, Native guided reservation hunting and HUNT SAFE Certification required by South Dakota.

Autumn Sky

Guided Tour of Restoration Garden

Traditional Lakota medicinal and edible plant identification and gathering

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Traditional Lakota Bowmaking Camps

Learn from Cultural Specialist and Author- Joseph Marshall.

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