Postponed to 2021 |   Ulen Prairie  

Map to LPF's Ulen Prairie (PDF Download)

So, what's a "tent fest"?

The LPF Tent Fest is a celebration of the native landscapes of the High Plains. We cook out on open flames, drink great beverages, listen to great music, trek the prairie, watch the sunset, enjoy great company, and wake to enjoy breakfast in the light of a magnificent prairie sunrise. 

 

Why is tent-festing important?

It is one thing to 'know' the beauty and virtues of the prairie -- it's quite another to sit and experience it for yourself. Tent-festing lets us enjoy our natural legacy as it was meant to be enjoyed: no cars, no traffic, no concrete, no nonsense. Just the wild, in all its glory.

 

How do you "tent fest"?

Tent festing is easy! You bring your tent, your food, and your love of the outdoors to Ulen Prairie. We bring the fire, the beer, and the music! 

 

I'm ready to tent fest! Now what?

Tickets will be available NEXT SUMMER on Eventbrite!

Do you have to be a certain age to camp?

The Tent Fest is a 21+ event. 

 

What should I bring to the tent fest?

1. Tent and camping grub. 

2. Sleeping bag

3. Toiletry kit

4. Flashlight

5. Lawn chair

 

That's it! You're ready to tent fest!  

Map to LPF's Ulen Prairie (PDF Download)

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The Longspur Prairie Fund is dedicated to fostering the experiences, insights, and pleasures found in the native landscapes of the Red River Valley by way of advocacy, education, and conservation.

We respect farmers, hunters, business owners, their properties, and their communities. We protect native plants, animals, habitats, and their ecologies. We teach the wisdom of the prairie through the arts and sciences. ​

We restore native landscapes and preserve them for all time. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Longspur Prairie Fund (EIN 83-2452110) is a non-profit, tax-exempt charity under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code. All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.      

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"Our profession is to always find God in nature."  - Henry David Thoreau                                                                                                                       

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