“Creating Father and Child Memories to Last a Lifetime”
The Caddo Nation Indian Guides & Princesses located in Allen, TX servicing Allen ISD, Lovejoy ISD, and surrounding areas is part of 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 their 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 The Allen Caddo Nation Indian Guides and Princesses Programs.
We also offer a program geared toward 5th and 6th graders who are looking to continue with the program and provide mentoring and leadership for our younger participants. The Trailblazers is a continuation of the Guides and Princesses program that provides age appropriate activities and affords participants the opportunity for additional time with their Fathers.
The Caddo Nation is a member of Bear Creek Federation, Inc., a non-profit, 501 (c)(3), volunteer run, parent-child organization whose mission is to develop responsible, honest, respectful, and caring youth and adults through the promotion of healthy spirit, mind, and body. The Caddo Nation is an open membership association organized to serve its diverse community. We provide a cross-cultural education to children and their fathers in Native American Heritage and Traditions while offering developmental activities in order to strengthen the relationship between father and child.