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Makoce (Earth) Sioux Tipi at Camel Discovery
Makoce (Earth) Sioux Tipi at Camel Discovery
4 guests
1 bedroom
2 beds
Half-bath
4 guests
1 bedroom
2 beds
Half-bath

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Camel Discovery offers camel treks, interactive experiences, and lodging opportunities in Montana. Camp site includes a private tipi, fire pit, picnic tables, and a charcoal grill. A rationed amount of wood is provided for the community fire pit. There is a toilet on site. The tipi has two large cots provided and there is room for two guests on carpeted floor. Guests should bring their own potable water.
Please note: Blankets, pillows, sleeping bags or camping gear is not included with rental.

Other things to note

There is no running water on site, although we will leave you a gallon of potable water in your tipi.
There are no blankets, pillows, linens, or towels included in the tipi rental.
Please bring sleeping bags and/or appropriate camping gear.
The campsite is near a highway, so please expect some road noise.
Also, be aware that tipis are not completely water proof. Heavy rains could make their way into the center opening. Protect valuables by leaving them in your vehicle. Sleeping and storing your goods on the outer perimeter of the tipi is the best way to keep things dry

Amenities
Family/kid friendly
Wireless Internet
Free parking on premises
Smoking allowed
Prices
Extra people No Charge
Weekly Discount: 18%
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Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
2 single beds
House Rules
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Not safe or suitable for infants (Under 2 years)
Check-in is anytime after 12PM (noon)
Check out by 11AM

- Please no smoking inside of the tipis.
- Quiet hours after 10pm
- Respect other guests in the campground.
- Do not enter camel pasture.
- Do not climb fences.

You must also acknowledge
Pet(s) live on property - Camels will be onsite during the daylight hours.
Cancellations
Safety features
Fire extinguisher
Availability
1 night minimum stay

15 Reviews

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Raghav User Profile
September 2017
This was an amazing experience and would recommend it to anyone! Would have been even better if it wasn't an off-season for camel ranch!

Maria User Profile
August 2017
Jason is a great, low-key host. He had great communication via Airbnb messages and checked in with us in person during one of our mornings. Definitely bring a lot of water with you if you plan on staying multiple nights or cooking etc. This location is right next to the highway, so there was some road noise. Beautiful spot, well taken care of property, clean tipis. Porta Potty only, so no running water for handwashing, although Jason does supply hand sanitizer. Gorgeous fire pit and great picnic table areas. Wifi did not work for any in our party. We were sad the camels were not right next to the tipis as expected ( :D ) but they were just up the hill- very sweet too!

Anthony User Profile
August 2017
Well maintained. Simple but great.

Joanna User Profile
August 2017
Although convenient to Yellowstone, this accomodation left me wishing I had chosen to just tent camp. The description of the camp site was accurate, but missing key information. I would have made a different decision about staying here with the supplies I had if I had known that: 1) There would be no fire or heat of any kind available, which meant that the tipi was colder than a tent would have been. Apparently, fires are usually available but were not in this case because of a wildfire warning. The host's message about this, unfortunately, arrived on the day of check-in, by which point I was already out of data range and could not plan accordingly. 2) There was no running water of any kind. From the description "no potable water," I had wrongly assumed that there would be water, just not water that was safe to drink. 3) The facilities were a port-a-potty. 4) The camp site was right next to a noisy highway. 5) There was no provision for bear-proof storage. The host could have helped me make a better decision about whether my supplies were adequate to staying here if the description had included those key details. It would have also helped to have had some provision made for heat during wildfire warnings, such as a propane camp heater. As it was, I chose to stay elsewhere for the second night I booked. I would have also appreciated better communication during my stay. The information for the tipis was posted in the ticket booth, rather than in the tipis themselves. This meant that none of the six adults staying there were able to find the information sheets or the spare flashlight batteries that had been left there. The wifi also didn't work, but that was not the host's fault as there was an outage throughout the area. On the plus side, the tipis were high quality and the location was stunningly beautiful. Either a more accurate description that allowed me to prepare myself for the conditions on site or a few improvements (such as a pit latrine or a wind break between the camp site and the highway) would have made it a great place to stay.

Erika User Profile
August 2017
We had a wonderful visit! The kids LOVED the camels and the tipis are beautifully crafted. Jason has obvious pride of ownership, everything immaculately maintained. The hot springs, BBQ, and bluegrass down the road completed a perfect day!

Cheyannè User Profile
July 2017
We had a great time as a family of four. We brought our dog and she had a good time too. I highly suggest riding the camels while you are there. It's a rare opportunity to do something fun with the family.

Javier User Profile
July 2017
The tipi was comfortable and clean. Jason was a very gracious host and even let us drive up the road to go see his camels since they were already off the grounds for the evening. My only complaint is that the site is immediately off the highway which made for quite a bit of noise. Had this been mentioned in the description it wouldn't have been such a shock. Regardless, it still is an excellent value given its proximity to Yellowstone.

Emigrant, Montana, United StatesJoined in June 2016
Jason User Profile

Lover nature, animals, and all things good.

Languages: English
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour

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