Waking up in a tipi to morning wolf howls is a quintessential Mission: Wolf experience. Since 1986, our volunteers have lived year-round in tipis, enjoying a close connection with the world around them. Tipis are affordable living structures with minimal environmental footprint. They are cool in summer and can be heated with wood stoves in winter. They are moveable and don’t leave a permanent impact like building foundations do. You can set them up on flat earth or build a deck or floor. The tipi floors at Mission: Wolf are made of either flagstone or wood.
Our 380 square foot community tipi with flagstone floor is open for the public to use year-round. We ask a $20 donation per person ($100 per group over 5) to spend a night in the tipi. It’s a community affair, and all space is first-come, first served. You may find yourself sharing the tipi with several other people.