TP Stampede


Did You Know?

Did You Know? The Teepee Creek Stampede Association is a pillar in the community of Teepee Creek and the surrounding rural area. We are a very active organization and our association is involved in a lot more than just hosting the Stampede. ​The Teepee Creek Stampede Association owns 80 Acres in Teepee Creek where we …

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Happy New Year

Happy New Year ​Happy New Year from the The Teepee Creek Stampede Association! We are excited to put 2020 in the past and look forward to a new year with new goals and new plans – including the 2021 Edition of ‘Four Days in the Wild!” The support for the return of the Stampede has …

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First Wagonmaster

First Wagonmaster History is so important to the Teepee Creek Stampede. Each year since 1987, members from the community have been recognized for their contributions to the Teepee Creek Stampede and the community. Check out our website to learn more about each of the Wagonmasters. 1987 – Eric Rycroft1988 – Don Brown1989 – Mr. & …

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‘Teepee’ Creek

‘Teepee’ Creek Do you remember the giant teepee that stood at Courtesy Corner in Rycroft for many years? After many trips past the teepee, one of our past presidents brought an idea to the board – we should purchase the teepee and move it to Teepee Creek! The idea was met with a wide variety …

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McKenzie – 1934

McKenzie – 1934 ​Same address with a fresh new look.  We don’t take this down time for granted in Teepee Creek.  This was a chance to do some much-needed updates to our website and it is now ready to go.  Some of our Wagonmasters are missing the write-ups so if you have a program from …

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We’re Getting Ready

We’re Getting Ready Our committee did not sit back this last year and take a break.  It was an opportunity to regroup, rethink, and restructure in order to be prepared for changing restrictions and announcements.  We are more than ready to get to officially announce a schedule that follows AHS regulations to ensure safety of …

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Team Roping 101

Team Roping 101 “Team roping” was developed on working cattle ranches for when it was necessary to capture and restrain cows that were too large to handle by a single man (for treating illness or injury). Over the years, it grew into a competitive sport, and a numbering system was developed to rate each roper’s …

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