We loved this place! Friendly staff, beautiful river and mountain views. Quiet, loungers around the site to lay in an unwind, gas fire pit at each tepee, warm comfortable beds with lights and gas heater. Clean and spatulas bath house with spacious showers. Can’t say enough good things. Best place we stayed ever.
Great family atmosphere with a little village of tipis with people from all around the country. All of the kids play with one another in the evening while the adults enjoy talking with one another around a campfire. The bathrooms are immaculately clean and private. Staff are always working hard and everything is in great working order. My family stayed 2 nights and they didn’t want to leave and go into the park! Great find and great memories.
Exceptional experience at Dreamcatcher Tipi Hotel! The grounds offer grilling, yard games, a community campfire, outdoor seating near your tipi, a small gift shop, breakfast tent, and the cleanest and most lovely individual bath rooms with showers. After the campfire, we sat out for a bit to see the gorgeous night sky. The tipis themselves were fantastic! I’ll be following up to find out what mattresses and pillows they use - the most comfortable stay we’ve had! The decor was very comfortable. I cannot recommend this quaint spot enough!
Our family enjoyed the glamping experience. The tipis were clean and decorated nicely. The beds were so comfortable. All of the amenities including the campfire s’mores, adult beverages, and breakfast were a great touch. Each tipi had their own fire ring as well. The bath/shower house was clean and comfortable as well. Rick and his staff made everything just perfect. Would highly recommend.
This was a unique experience and a good compromise for couples or families who want to enjoy the great outdoors but don't want to go "real camping." I must say, though, my husband and I went back and forth for quite some time about whether to stay here or not, as it did feel like cultural appropriation. I think what would have made us feel more comfortable about that situation would be if they incorporated Native American art and history throughout the camp in an authentic way that supported local tribes (i.e. if the gift shop was full of gifts where the proceeds benefit Montana tribes, that would have felt a lot more meaningful). About the experience in general: the tipis are not bug proof. This shouldn't come as a surprise, but it is something to keep in mind. Pretty sure something crawled into my mouth while I was sleeping. Totally not Dreamcatcher Tipi Hotel's fault, but if you are averse to the outdoors, don't stay in a tipi! Some really cool features that my husband and I enjoyed was our personal fire pit outside our tipi in addition to the communal fire pit where they had free local beer and wine. This was really a wonderful addition. Also, the best part of our stay was staring up at the nighttime sky and seeing so many stars--- the stay is worth it even if only just for that. While we were star gazing, we actually heard a pack of howling wolves in the distance--- that made our entire trip! It was so fun and gave us a real taste of Montana wildlife. The bed in the tipi was also incredible-- it feels like a temperpedic mattress and it was HUGE. The staff went above and beyond to make us comfortable- even bringing in an extra heater for us at night. They were thoughtful, attentive, and always within an earshot if we needed anything. The only thing that could make this place better moving forward would be if they could eventually somehow build individual private bathrooms attached or next to each tipi. Obviously that's a huge ask, but maybe it can be a goal for much later down the line. That would have made our stay feel more private (I was stressing about walking in the dark to the bathrooms in the middle of the night!). All in all, this is a cool experience. Just wish it was a bit more connected to authentic Native American history, culture, and support. We owe it to them.…