Bear Creek Federation
The Yo He Wah Nation (DFW Indian Princess) is part of the Bear Creek Federation which is one of the largest parent-child programs in North Texas. Our programs have been developed to educate children and their parents on the traditions and heritage of the Native American Indian while building strong character, strengthening bonds, and creating lasting memories.
We provide tremendous opportunities for dad to spend one-on-one time with the kids. Whether it’s hiking, camping, fishing, or simply eating smores around a warm campfire, there is no better opportunity to build lasting memories than through Bear Creek Federation Indian Guides and Princess Programs.
Eagle Feather Program
Fathers with daughters that have graduated from the Indian Princess program, or are looking for a program suited for girls older than the Indian Princess age group, should join our Eagle Feather program.
DFW Indian Guides – Wichita Nation
The DFW Indian Guides Wichita Nation provides valuable opportunities for dads to spend quality one-on-one time with their sons from the Northeast Tarrant County (DFW), TX and surrounding area.
The Mighty Tatanka Nation is a father-child program based on the heritage and symbolism of the Native American Indians. The Tatanka Nation is part of the Bear Creek Federation for families in Collin County Texas. The Tatanka Nation includes both Indian Guides (Father/Son) tribes as well as Indian Princess (Father/Daughter) tribes.