Experience the traditions and culture of Treaty 7 at our new location in ENMAX Park
We are excited to share the new Indian Village with Calgarians and visitors. The new space allows the 26 tipis to be set up in a traditional circle in a park setting. Along the Elbow River, the vast green space will be a tranquil area in Stampede Park.
Indian Village has been a major part of the Calgary Stampede since the inception in 1912. It's a great way for visitors to experience the First Nations traditions and culture firsthand.
Visit a Treaty 7 Tipi
For over 100 years, Indian Village has promoted and preserved the relationship between the Calgary Stampede and Treaty 7 families. The 26 tipis represent the five nations of Treaty 7: Kainai, Tsuut’ina, Stoney Nakoda, Siksika and Piikani. Each tipi has a unique design on the outside and beadwork, buckskin outfits and artifacts are displayed on the inside.
Where to find us
Access is available by walking through The Great FUNtier or via MacDonald Avenue Entry, see map below. New for 2016 is increased bike corrals in partnership with DIG.