In the “woods” between Central Plaza and Fort Comstock (the main entrance way into Frontierland), in a small clearing nestled between a small water stream and the pallisades of the fort, several Indians have errected their tepees. In the early years guests could wander between these tepees for a close look at the end of their tour through the fort. However, in the meantime the tepees are no longer accessible and function as a themeing element and popular photo object only.
Earlier this spring suddenly the tent-fabric of the tepees disappeared leaving only the bare poles. Now the tepees are complete once again – and the drawings on the tepees are shine in bright colors once again for a perfect impression and perfect photos. In fact not only the tepees have returned in “new” beauty but also several additional themeing elements that have been placed between the tepees to complete the scene.