Are Accommodations Provided?  Yes!  This rustic cabin will be your home away from home while you stay with us.  It has several beds, two bathrooms, kitchen, living room with TV, washer, dryer, and a shooting deck.  Click on a photo to enlarge.

What About Meals?  We provide all meals.  Breakfast is usually pastries, cereal, and coffee/juice, since we’ll be on-the-go in the early morning.  Lunch is normally sandwiches.  Supper is typically cooked at the cabin and is often served on the large deck.

What are the limits on deer/turkey?  For deer, there is a one-buck limit, and it must score 130 inches or more.  After you get your buck, you may hunt one doe.  For turkeys, you may take one Tom.  An additional Tom can be taken for an additional $200, but not on the same day.

Can I bring my non-hunting friend?  Yes.  Non-hunters may accompany you for $100 per day.  They will get the same meals that the hunters get.  Please be aware that we will not be available at the cabin to entertain your companion while you are out hunting, so they will generally be on their own.

Are Hunts Guided?  By Whom?  Turkey hunts are guided and deer hunts are semi-guided (we leave you at your deer stand).  Brent, Bill, and Tim will be your primary hosts/guides during your stay.

Are There Things To Do During Down Times?  Yes.  For those who enjoy fishing, we have a fish pond.  And there is historic downtown Greensburg you can explore, with the oldest courthouse west of the Alleghanies.

The fishing pond where you can spend any non-hunting time you can squeeze in!

Can I Film My Hunt?  Yes.  In fact, for bow deer hunters, we sometimes set up double stands–just let us know ahead of time.

Want to film your hunt?  Bring all the camera gear you want!