The Cheyenne River Chamber of Commerce welcomes you to the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation—the Good River Reservation or Wakpa Wasté Oyanke. Here you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy local hospitality, western history, and Lakota culture.
There are 27 communities throughout the Reservation, but four towns serve the greater population. Isabel, Dupree, Eagle Butte and Timber Lake provide products, recreational opportunities, medical and educational facilities, churches, financial services, lodging and dining establishments. Shop Cheyenne River! While you’re in our communities, be sure to shop in our local businesses, eat in our restaurants and stay in our motels. Also, attend a local event to learn more about the history and culture of the area.
Two nationally recognized drives are found on the Reservation; the Native American Scenic Byway and the Lewis and Clark Trail. Both routes provide a scenic and historic tour for visitors.
BIA (Bureau of Indian Affairs) roads are mostly gravel and are in good condition for traveling with a four wheel drive vehicle.
The Cheyenne River Reservation is located within the Mountain Time Zone.