Tribe Chiefs, click HERE to access the administration system.
Mark your calendar with these upcoming events:
New! 2016 Family Campout Family Campout and Diaper Drive is this weekend! Details here.
RV Campers Are you planning to camp with an RV this season? Please click here to register for the RV Season Pass. NOTE: If you have mulitple Princesses in your family, you only need to select one daughter under which to process the pass.
If you would like to make a charitable donation to the Yo-He-Wah Nation, click here:
Take a moment to watch our promo video on YouTube, put together by our Nation Sand Painter!
We are the Yo-He-Wah Nation Indian Princess of the Bear Creek Federation, serving Northeast Tarrant County (DFW area), Texas and surrounding communities like Flower Mound, Haslet, and many more!
Our program provides an environment where Fathers/Daughters can be "Friends Forever" through social events, such as our Sweetheart Banquet Father/Daughter dance, Christmas Party, sporting events (such as FW Cats, Texas Brahmas and Dallas Desperados), pinewood derby, Fishing Hole Day and, most importantly, camping trips.
Membership in the Yo-He-Wah Nation is available to Fathers and Daughters in the Northern Tarrant County area. The program includes Fathers with Daughters ages 4 and up (usually through the 4th grade) plus graduates of the program can earn their Red Feather and develop their leadership skills by acting as mentors for the younger princesses.
Fathers with Sons in this age group should visit the Wichita Nation Indian Guides website for our community at www.dfwguides.org. Fathers with Sons and Daughters in Collin County should visit the Tatanka Nation website. 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. Or Click Here for more information about Bear Creek Federation which provides common leadership and support for all of our nations and programs.
The Purpose of the Indian Princess program is to foster the understanding and companionship between Father and Daughter.
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 be attentive 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
Need More Information?
New to the Indian Princess program? Our Nation Meshenewa (recruiter) are available to answer your questions and welcome you into a tribe where you'll feel right at home. Please send your questions and contact info to Meshenewa.
Yo-He-Wah Nation Indian Princess would like to thank our sponsors for their generous contributions.