Cultural Heritage Tourism Supports Our Youth Programs!
Experience Lakota Culture
In the Heart of the
Lodging and Cultural Activities
Upon arrival you can request to participate in any of our activities. Activities are not included in the price of the lodging.
Fishing ( state or tribal fishing permit for adults required)
Historical tour of local landmarks and historical sites
Traditional Lakota games
Dance performance by local youth
Make and take cultural arts project(s)
Medicinal and wild edibles Herb trail tour
Outdoor movie night with popcorn/pop/snacks (Native content/native actor featured movies)
18 ft canvas Tipi’s.
We have extra-large and regular size brand name cots, air mattresses and sleeping mats available for campers as well as army sleeping bags, in case they did not bring their own.
Each lodge houses up to 8 people (depending on whether they use cots/mattresses etc).
Pitch your tent in the beauty of the homelands of the Sicangu Lakota people on the prairies of South Dakota. Get some respite far from cities and enjoy this beautiful slice of the Grandmother Earth. Bookings also support our non-profit, Lakota Youth Development.
Are you more into glamping but still want to enjoy the serenity of Grandmother Earth? We have the perfect place for you. Our site is close to both the Niobrara and Missouri Rivers on Sicangu Lakota Land.
Bunkhouse sleeps 8.
Call for group pricing-
Special rates for veterans and recovery community !
Our camp, pronounced
“Wee Cho tee Tee wah hay” or family camp, is located in the Milks Community of the Rosebud Reservation, 5.5 miles south east of St. Charles, SD in Gregory County.