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  • North Dakota Man Camp

    No Kids, No Booze, No Pets: Inside North Dakota’s Largest Man Camp

    TIOGA, N.D. — The North Dakota winter is relentless. Air temperatures hover around zero degrees Fahrenheit. Yet that’s easy to forget here, inside a network of steel mobile homes opened in 2011 in the state’s northwestern corner. Guys walk around in flip-flops, shorts and T-shirts. They eat ice cream at regularly available opportunities and then sweat it off on a treadmill.

  • Top 5 Reasons You Might Need a Man Camp

    Are you looking to complete your project faster, with fewer employees? Or are you looking to invest in a man camp that pays for itself many times over because of increased production associated with your project? You might need a man camp.

  • Cold Wave

    2014 North American Cold Wave

    United States: The 2014 North American cold wave was an extreme weather event affecting parts of Canada and the United States east of the Rocky Mountains, extending as far south as Central Florida, and Northeastern Mexico. The results were heavy snowfall and freezing temperatures across the U.S. Low temperature records were broken across the U.S., […]

  • A partial view of The Lodge at Pine Valley.

    More Than a Mine Camp

    Lone Tree constantly strives to be the very best when it comes to workforce housing and hospitality services. This persistence for excellence was highlighted recently in the Elko Daily Press, Mining Quarterly Edition, in a multiple page article spread. We couldn’t be happier with the way The Lodge At Pine Valley facility turned out and […]

  • Lone Tree USA attends Mondak Association of TEROS Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada

    This was the third year the conference was held and was hosted in honor of one goal: “The contributed success for development of energy rich portfolios for large-land based Tribes in Indian Country” (http://www.mondakteros.com/agenda.html). The conference was a great place for networking and industrial education for all those involved with the responsible use of tribal […]