Photo, Dreamcatcher Tipi Hotel


Glamorous camping, or glamping, is reaching a whole new level of luxury in Montana’s Yellowstone Country. Tipi glamping, to be exact. What was once a simple structure for nomadic life, tipis have made a modern-day comeback. Today’s version comes with luxury bedding, warm heaters, and actual floors, but you’ll still get the western feel of sleeping outside.

Dreamcatcher Tipi Hotel

Located in Gardiner, Montana, the tipi hotel is just 5 miles from the North entrance to Yellowstone National Park and 100 yards from the Yellowstone River. The Dreamcatcher tipis have solid foundations, warm heaters, fluffy, high-end bedding, and incredible views. Luxurious rugs, organic bath products, and an electric fireplace add extra comfort. Each tipi can accommodate a family of four. S’mores included!


Photo, Yellowstone Tipis


Yellowstone Tipis

Also located in Gardiner, MT, Yellowstone Tipis is one mile from the North entrance to the park. Tipis have either two queen-sized beds or one king-sized with an on-site bathhouse providing a bathroom with a shower, toilet, and sink for private personal use. Adventure packages are available for whitewater rafting, scenic floating, kayaking, cowboy cookout, and horseback ride. 


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Bodhi Farms

A boutique eco-resort and permaculture farm, Bodhi Farms brings a mix of yoga, farming activities, Creekside massage, a wood-fired sauna, and guided on-site or off-site fly-fishing trips. This summer, watch for the Field Kitchen restaurant to open. These Nordic tipis are strategically placed along the creek for privacy. In winter, enjoy Nordic skiing, ice skating, outdoor dining, and sleigh rides. Evening campfires and seasonal events round out your stay.