Cave Lakes
Tipis & Hogans Cave Lakes
Native American Village – Tipis & Hogans

Spend some time on sacred ground!

Sleep in a Tipi or Hogan and experience our Native American Village:

- Tipi - sleep in comfort 1 to 14 people: Our tipis will comfortably small or large groups. Come and stay as a couple or bring family and friends, we'll provide the clean and comfortable bedding. Each tipi is decorated with wooden chests, Navajo rugs, dream catchers and other authentic accessories.

- Navajo Hogan - sleeps 1 to 6 people: To sleep in a Hogan is actually a very unique and comfortable experience. Hogans have a small hole in the roof to carry out the smoke from a small burner stove, but each is warm and well decorated with rugs, and other Native American accessories.

* Note: For all lodging, excluding of our bed and breakfast, our guests have access to a separate restroom and shower facility. 

Village of Many Nations - Native American Village: Our village is an incredibly unique opportunity to venture back in time and experience life among the people who have inhabited this land for hundreds and even thousands of years. Guest who stay in the village have access to touring the village and enjoy activities such as tomahawk throwing, archery, campfire programs and educations seminars. The center consist of a Dakota Village with 24 tipis a shade structure, four fire rings, a sweat lodge and a medicine wheel. The Navajo Village has Hogans, a sweat lodge, a shade structure, oven and a garden. The Paiute village has wickie-ups, a shade structure, bow and arrow and tomahawk throwing. The Mountain Man Village will offers wall tents, craft classes, herb classes, survival classes, costume rooms, large fire ring and a garden.

  • Walking tours daily
  • Entertainment Nightly - drum dances and story telling
  • Petroglyph Classes
  • Horseback riding
Toll Free: 1-800- 871 -6811 or 435-635-0709

The Village of Many Nations is a Native American Cultural Center and is a NON PROFIT organization that is Now taking reservations for the 2011 season.