teepees for sale for camps and retreats - Nomadics


Since 1970, we have been providing retreats, campgrounds and recreation areas with our tipis. As a service to these facilities that utilize our tipis we offer you this directory listing of their locations, a brief description and a link to their websites. Tipis are an excellent addition to outdoor facilities. The tipi provides an utterly unique over night shelter for campers. Our large tipis can easily accommodate a whole family or camping group. The 26 ft. tipi will sleep 15 to 18 people, a 22 ft. tipi will sleep 10 to 12 people, a 20 ft. 8 to 10 people, an 18 ft. 6 to 8 people and a 16 ft. tipi will sleep 5 people. In most facilities, over night rental rates for one tipi vary from about $20 to $45. The total cost, including shipping, for a 20 ft. tipi is about $1,500. At $25 per night, the tipi will completely pay for itself in about 2 months, and the tipi will last 5 to 10 years depending on fabric choice, winter use, local environmental conditions and care and upkeep. Properly staked down, the tipi is an exceptionally sturdy structure, able to withstand storm winds in excess of 60 mph.

We offer a 3% discount on covers, liners and doors for orders of 2-4 tipis, 5% discount for 5-9 tipis and 7% discount on orders of 10 or more tipis.

You might enjoy reading this article called "No Tents Allowed: The Best Tepee Hotels and Camps in the Country" by Jordi Lippe, published in Yahoo Travel in July 2014.

Phone: 541-389-3980

tipis rimrock inn OR - Nomadics

We are Wallowa County’s premier restaurants on the edge of Joseph Creek Canyon. Experience dining at its best with breathtaking views. We also offer the perfect setting for weddings and other private events. Experience a night in one of our fully outfitted tipis right next to the birthplace of Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce tribe. RV sites are also available.

www.rimrockrestaurant.com

tipis Lone Mt. Camp, OR - Nomadics

Welcome To Lone Mountain RV and Tipi Campground. Our beautiful Resort has so much to offer, from the beautiful scenery to natural attractions such as the Oregon Caves and California Redwoods. We are close to major cities such as Grants Pass, Crescent City, Medford, and Ashland. There is so much more to do from swimming, gold mining, fishing and hiking,  plus so much more!  Please come for a visit. The good times are guaranteed!

teepees Tipi Village Resort, OR - Nomadics

Tipi Village Retreat is a haven away from the ordinary – a comfy Tipi B&B, perfectly positioned for adventure, with beautiful day-trip destinations into all four directions — may they be on two or four wheels. With its secluded woodland setting, nestled next to a river, it is ideal for a romantic getaway, a memorable wedding, group retreats or family reunions, and a unique lodging experience for all adventurous travelers.

Kick back, sit by the river or let your dreams get the best of you in a hammock under the trees.

www.tipivillageretreat.com
tipivillage@gmail.com

teepees Kah-Nee-Ta resort - Nomadics

Located on the Warm Springs River, Oregon, the Village at Kah-Nee-Ta High Desert Resort & Casino includes Spa Wanapine, hotel accomodations, RV park and authentic teepees all next to the double Olympic-size hot springs-fed pool with 140 ft. long water slide. Experience traditions of the past by camping in one of the 25ft. diameter canvas teepees.

http://www.kahneeta.com

teepee The Homestead @ Six Prongs, WA - Nomadics
Come to the Horse Heaven Hills and experience a night in our artfully decorated tipi after spending a day wine tasting in the Horse Heaven Hills, boating on the Columbia River or just for a get away from the everyday. For more information contact: Terry & Sharon Mills
tipi Montpelier Creek KOA ID - Nomadics

This award-winning, peaceful KOA lies along the Oregon Trail, halfway between Salt Lake City and Yellowstone National Park. Relaxing in one of our tree-shaded tipi sites is sure to be a hit with the entire family!  Bring your fishing pole and fish in our creek, or enjoy a swim in our heated pool. Local activities include the National Oregon/California Trail Center, ATV trails, watersports at Bear Lake, bird-watching at Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge or head underground to explore Minnetonka Cave.

teepee liner buffalo - Nomadics

e-mail: montpeliercreekkoa@yahoo.com
Phone: 208-847-0863

tipis Mt. Home KOA, ID - Nomadics

Located at the hub of it all, Mountain Home is the closest KOA to Idaho's state capital, Boise. Enjoy the attractions of both cities or escape into the wild. Some of the country's best fly fishing is just 45 minutes away on the South Fork of the Boise River. Swim, boat or water-ski on one of the nearby reservoirs of the Snake River. Bring your binoculars and visit the Snake River Birds of Prey Area or climb one of the tallest sand dunes in North America.

Mountain Home KOA
220 East 10th North
Mountain Home, ID 83647
Phone: (208) 587-5111
Web: www.koa.com/where/id/12125

tepees Hidden Creek Ranch ID - Nomadics

In the midst of the “great water mountain land” of the Idaho panhandle, Hidden Creek Ranch is an upscale guest ranch with an emphasis on eco-awareness. Body, Mind & Spirit WellBeing, Centered Riding®, Earth Philosophy and Ranch Activity Programs combine for a discovery experience of Nature in all things. Tipi Village is the perfect setting for comparative studies of indigenous traditions, Kids Program adventures and “out of the box” corporate teambuilding. www.hiddencreek.com

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