About Camping...
 

Overnight camping is a regular part of the Seminole Nation Indian Princess program. Campouts and other outings give parents and chidren a chance to socialize, share common experiences, and discover new and interesting people and places.

We hold several weekend campouts during the year, both tent and cabin camping. Cabin campouts are setup much like kids summer camp. Many exciting activites are planned throughout the week. Food is prepared and served for you. Grab your sleeping bag and a pillow and you are ready for some great father/daughter bonding.

At our main Springs and Fall Campouts we hold our very special Induction & Breaking Arrow Ceromonies at the big bond fire. During the Induction Ceromony new princesses are welcomed by the Nation Chief. During the Breaking Arrow ceromony older girls finding theirselves busy with life as a young teenager say goodbye to the program and take on the world following the life lessons experienced with their father during their years in the program. Enjoy horseback riding, rock wall climbing, and canoeing.

Tent campouts occur at other times during the year and give fathers a chance to show their daughters what camping in the real outdoors is all about. Great fun, food, nature and cooking smores over the campfire is the perfect setting for a weeend get away. Tent outings are very informal and dads and daughters have plenty of time to get to know other tribes. Take a look at our calendar to see what coming up!

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