The 149th annual homecoming celebration of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska will be July 23rd through July 26th at Veterans Memorial Park on U.S. 75 east of Winnebago, Nebraska. The Winnebago Veteran's Pow-Wow is the oldest continuous powwow in Indian country today and is open to the public. The celebration commemorates the return of Chief Little Priest and the Fort Omaha Scouts, Company A, Nebraska Volunteers of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska. The Powwow features traditional songs, dances and food. Visitors come from throughout the US and foreign countries. A one-time admission charge covers the four-day event. Camping available. Concessions available on the grounds.
1500 330th Street -
Sloan, Iowa 51055-8056
20 min. south of Sioux City on I-29 exit 127 (3 miles west of Sloan)
(712) 428-9466 - (800) 468-9466
Bingo- 400 seats
Restaurants - Snack Bar, Flowers Island Restaurant & Buffet - Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Hotel - WinnaVegas Inn (located near casino) - 52 guest rooms
Protect, preserve and manage tribal parks, monuments and recreation areas for the perpetual enjoyment and benefit of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska.
Local Recreational Activities will be posted here.
The Winnebago Tribe is involved in restoring bison to our native grasslands on the reservation. The Tribe maintains a herd just across the highway from Ho-Chunk Village.
The Winnebago Tribe maintains a new cultural museum honoring past tribal elders and the culture, traditions and history of the tribe's struggle during the past century.
The Winnebago people have been noted for their basket weaving skills. Throughout the summer, the museum will feature an exhibit of baskets made by the Winnebago people. The Winnebago Cultural Center and Museum is open to the public.