Teepees Roadside Stands & Misc. (page 2)

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Mud Creek Hogan Trading Post
Mancos, CO
The "Rain of Giant Arrows" was installed in front of the Mud Creek Hogan Trading Post in 1959 to attract tourists. There are about 30 giant arrows made from telephone poles and three wooden teepees. They were constructed by Wilma Brimhall with the help of local Navajo Indians. [map]

Centennial, CO
Thunderbird Tepee
Hollywood, FL
The Tepee [gone]
Pinellas Park, FL
The Teepee in Centennial is located at the Castlewood Branch library. It has been there since at least 2007. [map]

The Thunderbird Tepee opened in 1951 as a souvenir stand and western wear store near the Seminole Reservation. By the late 1960s, the business was named Tepee Western Wear. I don't know when half of the teepee was walled up. The building housed the Seminole Tribune newspaper. Since around 2011, the building has housed Seminole Media Productions. [map]

The Tepee was located just north of St. Petersburg on Highway 19.

More Florida:
Big Chief Ed & Ella's Tepee Lounge: 1, 2 (Pinellas Park) [vintage; gone]

Satanta, KS
Paducah, KY
This concrete Teepee in Satanta was built in the late 1950s. For more, see this website. [map]

This Teepee in Paducah was built in 1951 as the Wigwam Dairy Chief, a drive-in and ice cream stand. The building was later used as a liquor store. As of 2010 when these photos were taken, the teepee appeared to be vacant. For more, see this website. [map]

Tom's Tee-Pee
Cave City, KY
Native Views
Shelburne Falls, MA
Tom's Tee-Pee is located behind a gift shop. The building did not appear to be in use in 2010. [map]

Native Views was known as the Big Indian Gift Shop until 2011. These teepees are used for photo-ops. This souvenir stand was established in 1954. [map]

More Massachusetts:
Bayrd's Indian Trading Post: 1, 2 (Wakefield) [gone]

Chief Poolaw's Tepee
Old Town, ME
Chief Poolaw's Tepee has been around since at least the 1950s. It was originally used as a souvenir stand. In 2004, the teepee reopened as the Princess Watahwaso Family Museum. Princess Watahwaso, known as the "Bright Star of the Penobscot" and the "Indian Mezzo-soprano", performed Native American themed songs in the 1910s and 1920s. [map]

East Orland, ME
Kampvilla RV Park
Bear Lake, MI
Indian Village Adventure Golf [gone]
Houghton Lake, MI
This Teepee Mailbox is made of fabric surrounding a traditional metal box. It seems to be for a private residence.

This Kampvilla RV Park teepee is visible from the road. It is about five feet tall. [map]

These photos of the teepee and sign at Indian Village Adventure Golf were taken in 2006. By 2011, there was no trace of the place left.

Indian Village
St. Ignace, MI
The Indian Village was established in 1927. The gift shop originally featured demonstrations of Indian basket weaving and other crafts. The original building featured five teepees. It was rebuilt in 1977. The signs appear to be from the 1950s. For more, see this website. [map]

Zubler's Indian Craft Shop [gone]
Houghton Lake, MI
Zubler's Indian Craft Shop had an assortment of teepees, totem poles, Indian statues, signs, and a gift shop. Zubler's featured Pow-Wow performances by Chippewa Reservation Indians. These photos are from 2011. The store closed in 2016 and the statues and the rest are gone now.

Rockin' Chair Gift Shop
Houghton Lake, MI
The Rockin' Chair Gift Shop features a menagerie of fiberglass animals, other statues, a concrete teepee, and other photo-ops. I believe this place has been around since at least the 1960s. [map]

More Michigan:
Teepee House (Stanton)
Curio Fair (St. Ignace) [map]

Wigwam Trading Post (Lake George) [map]
Information Booth (Willmar) [vintage; gone]

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