“A 50ft Concrete Teepee”
It's 50-feet tall, 33-ft. in diameter and was the centerpiece of a US 40 roadside complex "Indian Village" that included a gas station, restaurant and motor court of smaller tee pee cabins. The 14 tee pee cabins are long demolished. Today what remains is a one-floor building with a tee pee on either end, and the main tee pee. Marks on the side indicate the high water marks from Kansas River floods in 1951 and 1935.
Just like photo. Cute place to stop and grab a quick photo, while stretching your legs.
Not much around it, but a nice photo place.
This is wrong address we drove around for 20 minutes and never saw it. Very dissatisfied with roadtrippers
It felt a little odd stopping because one of the teepees appears to be someone’s home. But they are really neat and a fun, quick stop!
We came, we saw, we took a picture!
It was just fun to get out and walk around. The paintings on them are fun to look at too.
GPS took us left on N 1800 when it's really a right on a different street at that intersection. Don't take the dirt road. It was kind of cool, but not really that exciting or worth the stop. It looked like someone was living there.
Easy to find. We were there around midnight but no pics as it seemed like sometime lived there.
Yup. It's a big concrete teepee. But, it's also a great place to stop and have a lunch/snack in the big gravel parking lot next door.
Also, we didn't know this, but highway 70 is a toll road, so have your cash ready!
Not much of anything here. There was no store or anything open, just a big TeePee. We got a photo op and back on the road. Not worth if it's out of your way
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