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Where to Stay

Since purchasing the first lands in 2004, American Prairie Reserve has worked to gradually increase lodging options.

In the future, we envision that the Reserve will offer a full suite of accommodations in all price ranges and that appeal to a wide range of travelers. Currently, there are three options for staying on lands owned or leased by the Reserve:

Buffalo Camp

Our first public campground, offering tent and RV sites, electric hook-ups, a group amphitheater and cooking pavilions, vault toilets, and non-potable water. Buffalo Camp is open year-round and groups are welcome.

Kestrel Camp

Offering safari-style, full-service accommodations in climate-controlled suites including tours with naturalist guides and ground transportation. This year, Kestrel Camp guests can choose from four packaged trips from June to October.

Camp On Your Public Lands

Subject to the regulations of state and federal land management agencies.

 

We also encourage you to find Lodging in Local Communities, which offer a range of lodging options as well as fuel, supplies, and dining, and there are a number of Regional Campgrounds that offer primitive sites near Fort Peck Lake and the Little Rockies.