Sleep in a tepee? How can I resist?
Yellowstone Under Canvas, right outside of Yellowstone National Park is where I couldn't resist staying. To stay in a tepee was cheaper than a hotel, and not only was I trying to conserve money, but I was looking for a new and fun experience. The accommodations come in a variety of sizes and bathing options including tipis for up to four guests and safari tents with beds.
I just got the regular tepee, it had three cots (all of which had 3 sleeping bags and a pillow on it), a chair, a table, a lantern and bear spray.
I didn't sleep too well because I am not used to falling asleep on my back, confined to a bag/cot and thinking about bears.
But it was fun and I am glad I got to try it. I would definitely do it again if I had a man (or a friend) with me...someone with more experience in outdoorsy stuff.