The tipi is a traditional tent of the native peoples of North America, which is in perfect harmony with nature and can be set up without any use of plastic and metal. It blends harmoniously into any landscape and offers extremely stylish and romantic accommodation. The extraordinarily high tent sky allows a lot of freedom of movement. An open fire in the middle of the tent warms you up on cold days and a sophisticated ventilation system ensures a pleasant indoor climate on hot days. Despite its outstanding size, a tipi is extremely stable.


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The tipi is a backward sloping cone with an egg-shaped floor plan. This asymmetrical shape has many advantages. The steeper rear wall is better able to withstand the strong westerly winds and in the front part the smoke opening is directly above the fireplace. The smoke flaps aligned with the wind serve for optimal smoke extraction.


The ideal size cannot be determined across the board. The question arises, what are your needs and what would you like to realize in your tipi.

  • Will the tepee stop all year?
  • Would you like to make a fire in the tepee?
  • How many people will use the tepee?
  • Will you stay in the tepee regularly and with how many people?
  • How would you like to set up in the tepee?
ArtDiameterRodsrod lengthseatingBeds
Spieltipi2m9 pcs3 - 4 m2 childrenx
Kindertipi3m11 pcs.4 - 5 m3 - 4 children2 - 3 children
Jagdtipi4m11 pcs.5 - 6 m4 – 52
Junggesellentipi5m14 pcs.6 - 8 m104
Familientipi5.5m14 pcs.7 - 8 m156
Gruppentipi6m17 pcs.7 - 9 m206 – 8
Lagertipi7m20 pcs.8 - 9 m308-12
Potlachtipi8m23 pcs.9 - 10 m5018 – 20
Grossraumtipi9m26 pcs.10 - 12 m6028 – 30

We advise you to determine the right size. Arrange with us a non-binding appointment in our exhibition and experience the sense of space right on the spot.


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As far as possible, the "Indians" set up their camps in valleys by rivers and streams and, in harmony with nature, used all the opportunities that the landscape offered them. Most of the time, the tents were set up in one or more rows next to each other, depending on the number. Regardless of whether we camp in the great outdoors or maybe in our own garden, the same basic conditions apply to all tipis. Flat, dry ground should be chosen. Preferably on a slightly elevated site so that no water collects in the ground during longer periods of rain. There should be enough space around the tent. A distance of at least 1m from the edge of the tent to the next obstacle would be ideal in order to be able to bring the smoke flap rods into the right position in strong winds.

  • Where does the strongest wind blow?
  • Can I direct the entrance to the east?
  • Are trees or branches in the way?
  • Is there enough space to align the smoke damper bars?
  • Is the solar radiation sufficient so that the shell can dry again and again?


The tipi has a wide range of uses and is used and inhabited by people who are close to nature. It is ideal for groups of all kinds. The round shape of the tipi allows the residents to immerse themselves in an intimate atmosphere that promotes a feeling of togetherness, respect and tolerance. The mood in a tipi is always very positive and relaxing for the people who stay in it. More and more people appreciate this ingenious tent construction technique and anyone who has fallen under the spell of a tipi will not forget their experiences so quickly.

  • Nature lovers
  • Hobby and free time
  • retreat
  • Playground
  • Living space
  • camp accommodation
  • Seminar and workshop room
  • showroom
  • Training rooms for schools and kindergartens
  • Events and festivals



  • Tipi cover incl. Door cover (door cover)
  • Color Nature, not dyed - unless otherwise agreed
  • Locking pins Standard wicker or hazel rods hand carved (oak or acacia for an extra charge)
  • Wooden herring standard beech (oak and acacia for an extra charge)
  • Bowstringers
  • Anchor herring made of beech
  • Anchor rope and smoke flap ropes
  • Wind banners colorful
  • Packsacks made of tent fabric
  • Repellent same as sheath
  • Assembly instructions with pictures

inner tent

  • 3 part inner tent with durable PL bottom finish - tent fabric of your choice
  • Color Nature, not dyed - unless otherwise agreed
  • depending on size 2 - 3 Lining ropes
  • Packsacks made of tent fabric
  • Ozan incl. 1-2 ropes (optional)


  • dry, straight and hand-peeled fir or pine tips


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