Chief Seattle Tipi is one of seven tipis at Tipi Village Retreat. It is a beautifully painted tipi, with ravens flying over mountains. It measures 22 ft. in diameter - and it is big enough to provide a beautiful setting for a weekend workshop for 10 - 15 participants or to accommodate a family of four or even five. It is located between the house and the creek, surrounded by birches and lawn - a perfect backdrop for any celebration or gathering. Chief Seattle is our only tipi with a fire pit in the center, which makes it our most popular tipi. The floor is stained concrete with slate inlay at the entrance. Like all our tipis it is decorated with rugs, wool blankets and stones.
The bed is full size with a cozy goose down comforter that will keep you warm during the cool summer nights. The candle light of this dwelling renders a warm and romantic glow. No electricity here.
Breakfast is included, after all, we are a B&B. Family style dinners by reservation. There is no restaurant within 30 min's drive.
The bath house is only a minute away, so is the hot tub, the group fire pit and the main house with dining patio.
This tipi shares the bath house with the other tipi and cabin dwellers. There is not electricity in this tipi - only by special request. Candle light only.
Tipi Village is a "sanctuary for the soul" as a guest once called it, a place that feeds the hungry. It is a very comfortable place, with beds in ZEN style tipis. It is a happy place for children of all ages.
We feed you well from local sources. You can just move into the village and focus on having fun with the kids - go treasure hunting in the creek, hike to the swimming hole or bring a book and read in one of the hammocks - and don't let the woodpecker keep you awake ..... If you are out for adventures, there is zip lining, whitewater rafting on the McKenzie, wine and beer tasting, horseback riding and more to choose from.