Thank you for your interest in the Indian Princess program of the DFW/North Tarrant County area. The purpose of the program is to foster understanding and companionship between fathers and daughters. Our slogan, “Friends Always”, means that fathers and daughters strive to develop a close, enduring relationship by sharing enjoyable experiences, learning about one another, and developing mutual respect. Some of the various activities and charitable causes which we take part in are camping, sporting events, Father Daughter Dance, fishing day, roller skating and many more events.
Early Registration for the 2017-2018 Season is now open!
We are again offering early registration for the reduced rate of $150 until August 1st. On August 1st, the regular rate of $175 will return. Head on over to the Bear Creek Federation website to sign up.
Next Nation Event
Time: Park opens at 10:00 AM, Dinner will be served at 6:30 PM – “The Famous Crow Dogs”
Exclusive Hours: Just for Princess and Guides – Starts at 8 PM and goes until 10 PM
Tickets: Ticket info coming soon!
At NRH2O: Make sure you tell the front gate staff you are with Princess and Guides so they can give you a special wristband that is needed to stay in the park during our exclusive period.
We will have exclusive use of the covered pavilion area that will give everyone a place to get out of the sun, store stuff, and meet others currently in or interested in joining the program. The pavilion is located off to the right as you enter the park.
Pull the tent out of the attic and dust off that camping gear, the first camp out of the year is close to home at Isle du Bois @ Ray Roberts Lake!
More details coming soon, but whet your appetite with info here: http://tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/ray-roberts-lake
The Aims of the Indian Princess program are:
- To be clean in body and pure in heart.
- To be “Friends Always” with my father (daughter).
- To love the sacred circle of my family.
- To listen while others speak.
- To love my neighbor as myself.
- To seek and preserve the beauty of the Great Spirit’s work in forest, field, and stream.
The Yo-He-Wah Indian Princess Program seeks to strengthen the foundations for a positive lifelong relationship between Father and Daughter. Join/Register Now