The Oceti Sakowin Camp (1) is the main camp where the photos of thousands of Native American water protectors are taken.
Sacred Stone Camp is (2), the original camp on tribal member Ladonna Allard’s land and has about 180 campers–mostly non-Native for reasons that are unclear. It is entirely separate from the main camp and you have to leave the main camp, drive down the highway to Cannonball, drive through Cannonball and along the Missouri to reach it. It is on a high bluff and has the most infrastructure of any of the camps–including a Geodesic dome.
Red Warrior Camp is a small camp within the Oceti Sakowin camp. One of many camps in Oceti Sakowin that include tribal camps like that of my tribe, the Yankton Sioux Tribe and of the Lower Brule tribe, the Oglala tribe and the Cheyenne River Sioux tribe and many, many other tribes and groups like the Two Spirit camp. The Rosebud Sioux tribe has leased land from the Standing Rock Sioux tribe across the Cannonball river but their camp is still easily accessible to the main camp.