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Crow Indian Reservation

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South Central Montana, MT
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Crow Fair is a Must See

Crow fair is a delightful fair offering a lot of great viewing of Native American Dancing, pride... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Judy J
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Sheridan, Wyoming
August Crow Nation Fair and Rodeo a MUST Experience!

For many years....I have wanted to attend the August Crow Nation Fair and Rodeo. Why you ask? First... read more

Reviewed September 10, 2015
creekertraveller
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Carefree, Arizona
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Site of Little Bighorn Battlefield and "Custer's Last Stand"
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3 weeks ago
“Crow Fair is a Must See”
Sep 10, 2015
“August Crow Nation Fair and Rodeo a MUST Experience!”
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South Central Montana, MT
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Crow fair is a delightful fair offering a lot of great viewing of Native American Dancing, pride and passion for their heritage. The Tribe is very welcoming and the fair is a great highlight for anyone - there is a morning parade not to be...More

Thank Judy J
Reviewed September 10, 2015

For many years....I have wanted to attend the August Crow Nation Fair and Rodeo. Why you ask? First it is an experience which can hardly be described! It in a small way to experience the history of Native peoples! Being Anglo, I have read a...More

5  Thank creekertraveller
Reviewed September 7, 2015

We did not get to attend a rodeo or pow wow, but did spend a long time at the site of the Battle of the Bighorn, the monument to Custer and his men, and the National cemetery. Learned a great deal and highly recommend this...More

1  Thank Nancy T
Reviewed August 15, 2015

Sadly. I have attended many Indian pow wows and rodeos. Reaching its 97th year as I looked around the area there have been very little improvements to the rodeo grounds or where the Pow Wow is located. The Crow tribe has the resources but not...More

3  Thank Sue T
Reviewed August 15, 2015

The Crow reservation is not touched at all by tourism, but filled with Native culture. The Rodeo and Crow Fair are worth a long drive for.

1  Thank lisa w
Reviewed August 29, 2014

We were lucky to be in the area when the annual Crow Fair took place. This is a huge Pow Wow where Native American Indians from all over come to celebrate their culture together. It was great to see the vivid costumes and the dances...More

8  Thank BingoTodd
Reviewed August 24, 2014

Been to many casinos.. This one is strange. Its old and dirty and run down. You cant even get a beverage here the staff have to get it for you. ( I guess they had a probably with people coming in and getting beverages out...More

1  Thank Pansy77th
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Gillette, Wyoming
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Reviewed May 4, 2005

Outside of Billings Montana about a hour south or so you will find the Crow Indian reservation where you can watch the reinactment of Crusters Last stand. You can also drive through where the fight acutally happened. History is real and great adventure for young...More

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