Industry-Trusted Tipi Company
Customizing Tipis for Various Uses
Looking to buy a tipi? Be it for backyard fun or celebrations, Salcedo Custom Ti Pi (Tee Pee) in Coulterville, CA is here to help. Solely owned and operated by tipi expert Jesse Salcedo, our company has been designing, creating, and installing custom-made tipis for over 42 years. Our products feature beauty, elegance, spaciousness, and simplicity that set the stage for a special experience. If you want a space for healing or relaxation, our tipis are a perfect choice. The largest tipi we’ve built is five times the height of a 6-foot man (30 feet). All tipis are crow style with a Sioux-style door. When you purchase a tipi from us, installation and deliver are available to you. Also, hemp material is available on special orders. Continue reading to learn more about us and the work we do.
Order a Custom Tipi From Us
If you want to have a custom tipi installed on your property, call Salcedo Custom Ti Pi (Tee Pee). Jesse can realize, deliver, and install the classic Native American lodging you desire! He can also assist you in choosing the perfect designs, patterns, colors, and materials that will work best for your needs. To get started, call or email our expert using the featured contact details.
Words From Jesse Salcedo, Tipi Expert
“Hi, my name is Jesse Salcedo. I have been a licensed contractor for more than 30 years and am redirecting my energy to honor Mother Earth. This work pays honor to my American-Indian heritage and brings my customers closer to nature. I am of Apache and Mexican heritage. It is important that I do this with grace and honor; it has to do with linking people to tradition.
I have been associated with Bridge School Benefit Concerts, Pegi and Neil Young, since 1998. I’ve been donating tipis for a raffle, for the benefit of the school since then as well.
Moreover, I have been participating in the Stanford Powwow since 1995 as well as in the Mariposa Pow Wow and Mexican New Year’s Celebration in San Jose and various community events throughout the state of California.
I have been involved in veterans’ issues since 1982 and have continued to use the tipi and my Mexican-Native American culture as a teaching opportunity for those in need. I have installed tipis at Alcatraz Island for several years.
I was born on a grape, walnut, and Bartlett pear ranch, 12 miles south of Hollister, California. Rural, solitude, and independence have been a way of life for me my entire life. I have had a strong work ethic, thanks to my Father, and the migrant workers employed at the ranch, with an eye for quality.”