Native American Program

Farmer Dave - a former history teacher - will guide your class  back in time. Your journey will begin in a rustic log cabin full of colorful Native American art and artifacts, along with animal mounts from across North America. All senses are engaged with the music, crackling fire, and ambiance of the lodge - while learning about Native American culture.  After exploring the cabin your group will hike along the river trail that takes you to the areas largest teepee (will seat two classes) and the very primitive longhouse. While at the native village, farmer Dave will build a fire while teaching about surival and the Native American way of life. Students will enjoy touring the dwellings, then participate in an authentic Native American style dance around the bonfire. After the dance, your group will break for a picnic lunch, then conclude the day with a tool and weapons demonstration along with a Native American story.

Admission: $7.00 per student $8.00 per adult (Teachers and Bus drivers visit free)
Note: There is a two class minimum for this program

Things to bring: lunch, hand sanitizer, and two trash bags per class to pack out lunch garbage

***If you are not able to travel to Lone Mountain Farm, Farmer Dave can bring the field experience to you! Check out all the details on our School Visits page.

Native American Visit Gallery

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