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Crow Indian Reservation

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Jennie WB wrote a review Mar 2020
16 contributions6 helpful votes
Beautiful Landscape. While there it is a must to visit Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument and give yourself time to look around. In another area is the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area. If you fish, be sure to visit here and take it all in. If you head into Lovell Wyoming you can take a boat ride through the Canyon. The Montana side had nothing to really see of the Canyon (I was there in March and I'm not sure if you could gain access during summer months? everything was closed so I had no-one to ask) In another location is the Chief Plenty Coups State Park is a state park located approximately 0.5 miles west of Pryor, Montana, on the Crow Indian Reservation. "Chief Plenty Coups' (Alek-Chea-Ahoosh) Home, located in the state park, is a National Historic Landmark with several contributing resources. The only museum of Apsáalooke culture in the United States is located here along with a memorial to Plenty Coups and his achievements." (info in quotations is from the state park website.) Enjoy your time there, take it all in.... Just be safe.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Harriet A wrote a review Aug 2019
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Really spectacular, and well worth visiting. As one reviewer wrote, timing is flexible and it’s all a bit chaotic, but just go with the flow and follow the crowds. Soak it all up and enjoy! It’s held at Crow Agency; don’t expect signs, but follow the crowds. Non-tribal members pay $20 each to get in; you’re given a wrist band, meaning you can come and go. The grand parade starts at 10am, and the pow wow at 1pm. There’s also apparently an evening pow wow at 7pm. All events announced by a gun shot. The rodeo begins at 2pm and is slightly further away; you’ll need to drive the two miles or so. It’s $10 each to enter - $5 for over 65s and children. Its quite something to watch - cattle roping, races and bucking broncos. The whole day is very special; it’s not intended for tourists, so being there as a visitor is an incredible experience and something you’ll never forget.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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foxtal wrote a review Aug 2019
Black Creek, Wisconsin72 contributions15 helpful votes
Check on line for events. Crazycrow site usually posts dates first but also check out the Facebook page for Crow Fair Events; this is where fliers with event times are posted. Dont go there assuming things are going to happen when you think they should. You will hear plenty of references to "Indian Time." FRIDAY- parade at 10, rodeo 2 PM and powwow 7 PM SATURDAY- parade at 10, rodeo 2 PM, powwow 2 PM and 7 PM SUNDAY- parade at 10, rodeo at 2, powwow at 2 To the best of my knowledge this is the schedule for the rest of the weekend. This is our third year attending. The parade is a spectacular event. The past 2 years we paid $50 per vehicle for a 3 day pass; this year it went up and the fee was $30 per PERSON. That pass gets you into the parade and the pow wow so you have to consider at $10 per day, that's pretty cheap entertainment. The parade starts at 10. I recommend getting there at 9 to get a place to park. Bring lawn chairs. Expect to see a Native family from New Mexico peddling jewelry and other families walking through, selling food. On some days you dont have a time conflict between the rodeo (2 PM this year) and the powwow (2 and/or 7) and others you will need to choose. The rodeo today was a little sparse, with only roping and barrel events, a couple races and a pony relay. Tomorrow has rough stock and 4 Indian relays. If you have never seen an Indian relay, you must!! You never really know what to expect with the rodeo, held at the Edison Realbird complex; what organization is sanctioning, how it is organized and how the arena will be. It's not like attending a PRCA event. It also doesnt carry that ticket price. $5 for a Senior entry. The pow wow was scheduled for 7 pm. There was a ceremony for a returning warrior so the Grand Entry probably got rolling around 8. There are lots of vendors of goods and food. Try Rubie's for a $1.50 ice cream cone. Bring a lawn chair to the event. Parking is haphazard next to the roads. Be respectful and dont park people into their camps. This is a great weekend event if you put away your watch and just enjoy the sights.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Julie A wrote a review Aug 2019
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Research online indicated there would be a parade each day at 10:00 a.m. and a powwow at 1:00 p.m. Nothing found online or at the gate indicating entry fees. We went early to park waited for a parade which never happened, heard people saying that it was only going to be on Friday this year. Trip advisor reviews were so good we decided to wait for the powwow. At 1:30 there was no sign of a powwow at the dancing site. Only a handful of vendors had opened, those appeared interesting. A lady who had been working in the area approached and demanded $40 from myself and husband as an event fee. I refused to pay as it appears all events so far that day had been canceled with no notification. Was informed that we would not be allowed to leave as someone was checking for payment at the gate as vehicles left. Seems illegal or at least unethical to demand and collect a fee that is never disclosed until you leave, especially as the morning parade was cancelled and the powwow appeared to be headed the same way. Garbage was everywhere, no listing of events, no notice or information when events were cancelled or late....this was a total disappointment.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Vacation646555 wrote a review Jun 2019
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Anyone driving through Montana should take the drive through Crow Indian Reservation. The land is not good for much but it certainly is beautiful country. It is part of American history.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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