Thousands of acres of pristine natural wilderness make Maine of the best hunting grounds in the United States. With some of the best whitetail deer hunting in the state, Northern Outdoors honors that tradition with a variety of hunting packages, an amenity-filled main lodge, and all the unspoiled wilderness you could ask for.
There are few places in the world that contain more 200-pound-plus trophy bucks per square mile than the North Woods of Maine. And Northern Outdoors' experienced guides are more than happy to help you bag your trophy buck every fall. Three- and five-day guided hunting trips include meals, lodging, and the expert advice of your knowledgeable guide. This outfitter's goal is to create an atmosphere of camaraderie and friendship while you enjoy the thrill of the hunt. In addition to whitetail hunts, guided bird and small-game hunting packages are also available. After an unforgettable day in the North Woods wilderness, come back to a classic Maine sports lodge and kick up your feet. Relax by the fireplace, reconnect with the free Wi-Fi, or enjoy a frosty beer at the onsite Kennebec River Pub & Brewery. Cozy cabins and lakeside cottages allow you to unwind and feature amenities like a swimming pool, a game room, and much more. Northern Outdoors is the outfitter you've been hunting for!
Old Canada Road National Scenic Byway , 1771 US Route 201, PO Box 100, The Forks, Maine 04985
Northern Outdoors has partnered with Grey's Outfitting to provide hunters with one of the state's best bird and small game hunting experiences. You'll find world-class game, highly skilled hunting dogs, and talented hunting guides
When you're not hunting, why not try hiking through the lush nature trails or setting off on a heart-pumping whitewater rafting adventure? The Kennebec River awaits!
Awarded the esteemed honor of 2006-07 Orvis Endorsed Wing Shooting Lodge of the Year, Deer Creek Lodge is the ideal destination for your Kentucky hunting trip!
For over 30 years, Deer Creek Lodge has been providing sportsmen with a wide variety of excellent hunting experiences. Whether you're hunting for trophy whitetails, wild turkeys, or small game, the hunting opportunities are many. And, on your trip, you pay just one fee for a no-limit hunting experience. More than just hunting, you will find a wide variety of activities on site. From trophy catch-and-release bass fishing to horseback riding, there is an outdoor adventure to suit your need. If you want to practice your aim before going on a hunting trip, you can even try 5-stand sporting clays. All this and more awaits you!
8160 State Route 132 East Sebree, KY 42455
Deer Creek Hunting Lodge was originally established in 1978.
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Want to get the kids in on the fun? All-inclusive family packages from Deer Creek Hunting Lodge mean the only thing you'll have to worry about is having fun.
Whether you're hunting for whitetail deer or wild turkey, Deer Haven Acres is the perfect place for your Wisconsin hunt!
Deer Haven Acres offers you a challenging hunt outside Adams, Wisconsin. Hunt for the perfect buck on site; because the land and wildlife are privately owned, no hunting tag or license is required. Once you've bagged the bit one, a professional taxidermist from Field and Stream Taxidermy Coloma, Wisconsin will be on hand to dress and cape it, and Deer Haven Acres can even arrange to have the meat processed and packaged for you. After a full day of hunting, head back to the lodge to relax. Soak in the jacuzzi or hot tub or flip through the channels on their 12-foot projection television. Or sit by the fire outside, roasting marshmallows and swapping stories.
889 Dyke Ave Adams, WI 53910
Discover the incredible adventures in the backcountry of Idaho when you plan your next vacation at the Silver Spur Outfitters & Lodge!
Located in the beautiful wilderness of the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness, the Gospel Hump Wilderness, and the Nez Perce National Forest, Silver Spur puts you right where you need to be for endless outdoor recreation. Your Idaho hunting trip starts at the lodge where you'll find delicious meals and charming rustic accommodations to keep you comfortable throughout your stay. And when you're ready for an adventure, Silver Spur has you covered. Their outfitting services ensure you'll find the perfect spots for big game. Their hunting area features almost 400 square miles in the surrounding wilderness and forests, and they offer everything you need for an unforgettable time. Guided hunts take you through the stunning foliage and along the natural streams and creeks for bear, big horn sheep, moose, deer, Idaho elk, and mountain lion. Their deluxe drop camps offer sleeping tents equipped with cots and wood stoves for heat, plus cooking tents with propane cook stoves, dishes, pots and pans. For all types of hunting experiences, there's no better place to pack up for a trip than at Silver Spur!
2742 Dixie Road Dixie, Idaho 83525 US
The incredible surrounding forests offer an elevation of 2,300 ft. to over 7,400 ft. with the lodge at 5,600 ft. in elevation.
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When you're not out on your hunting expedition, sit back and relax in the spacious lodge. Silver Spur offers home-cooked meals every day, with delicious pies, breads, and desserts! Enjoy horseback riding, fishing, and much more!
You sure don’t see scenery like this every day. In Alaska, meandering streams, clear blue lakes, snow-capped mountains and arctic wildlife are commonplace. But when you experience them all at once in the luxurious Rainbow King Lodge, your Alaska hunting vacation goes from ordinary to spectacular!
The summer sun never sets in this incredible arctic locale, so the outdoor exploration can last as long as you desire. But when you do get tired, returning to this luxurious hunting lodge will help you regain your energy quickly! By incorporating rustic décor in the form of stone fireplaces, wall mounts and classic log-cabin style with beautiful gardens, comfortable rooms and a recreation hall that encourages community bonding, you’ll have fun both indoors and out! You’ll definitely want to explore your surroundings. And thankfully, there’s no shortage of ways to do so! Hike around adjacent Lake Iliamna, where you’ll see elk and black bears from a distance, fishing for their supper. Or take a scenic flight to see the scenery from a brand new viewpoint! This is an Alaska hunting lodge vacation you’ll never forget.
At the center of it all is the 1,600-square-foot recreation hall boasting a BYOB bar, game tables, pool table, fireside recliners and a modern media center including a computer and internet services. You can even rest you aching wrists and forearms in the hot tub!
Iliamna, Alaska is your final destination. It is located 200 miles southwest of Anchorage and is accessible only by aircraft. The flight between Iliamna and Anchorage takes about an hour. One airline serves the town of Iliamna. Iliamna Air Taxi space is limited, so flights book early. Don't hesitate to ask about a charter flight for your group.
In 1972, the pursuit of hunting polar bears was effectively outlawed in Alaska.
Welcome to the way the West was meant to be. Tucked away in the Big Horn Mountains of Wyoming is Wyoming High Country ranch, a perfect example of rustic luxury on your hunting vacation. This all-inclusive hunting lodge provides unbeatable scenery, wildlife and full-service comfort.
Every spring the resident elk herd calves right on the private grounds of the ranch. Each fall guests take home trophy elk, deer, moose – even bears! This is your chance to explore the beautiful mountain scenery of Wyoming and take home the big game catch you’ve been dreaming of on your High Country hunting getaway. You’ll return to comfort when you get back to the lodge. Relax in front of the native stone fireplace or on the wrap-around deck, featuring incredible mountain views. Bring your own bottle and mix yourself a cocktail before sitting down to a family-style dinner, served in the lodge nightly. Then return to your lodge room or cabin for a spacious, cozy and rustic getaway without ringing phones and blaring TVs. Wyoming High Country is your choice for a full-service hunting lodge with Western charm.
Wyoming High Country offers you the chance to experience cowboy life on a working cattle ranch. Their ranch has been successfully raising cattle and cowboys since 1916. Experience the thrill of a real cattle round-up, moving cattle to greener pastures, and riding the ranges of Wyoming.
From Billings Montana's Logan Field, turn left onto 27th Street. Continue to I-90, then west on I-90 to Laurel (Exit 434). Take a left onto Highway 310, and travel south. Turn left and stay on 310 to Lovell, Wyoming. Turn left on Highway 14A for 29 miles. Continue 2.5 miles to Forest Service Rd. 13. Turn left and follow the trail one mile to the Wyoming High Country sign. Turn right and follow the trail into Bald Mountain Creek.
The history of Devils Canyon Ranch starts in the late 1800s when the Bischoff family immigrated to America from Denmark and joined the last wagon train into the Salt Lake Valley, then later to Fountain Green in Southern Utah.
The rolling hills and rim rock canyons of North Central Oregon are the perfect habitat for upland birds – and this is no mistake! Crops are left unharvested, grasses cultivated and water sources developed for one purpose only - to make Highland Hills Ranch your next hunting lodge destination!
The hunter who bags pheasant, chukar, valley quail and huns all in the same day has hit a “Grand Slam!” And with 3,000 acres of wide open scenery, professional guides and expertly trained dogs, it’s easier than you might think. You’ll get special recognition and bragging rights at nightly campfire – but it’s the pride of a spectacular catch that you’ll remember for a lifetime. The lodge is definitely not what you’d expect. It’s a combination of rustic hand-peeled logs and natural materials, and upscale dining and amenities that can only be described as Northwest elegance. Enjoy a private lodge room or cabin, three hearty home-cooked meals a day, a fully-stocked wine cellar and more. Highland Hills Ranch puts luxury back in your Northwest hunting lodge vacation experience!
Guest cabins offer the same comfort and elegance of the lodge, but with the added benefit of privacy. Each double-occupancy cabin has its own fireplace, private bath and even a front porch to sit, relax and watch the sun set at the end of a perfect day.
From Portland, take I-84 East for approximately 137 miles to the Arlington Exit (Exit# 137). Go south on Highway 19 for 17 miles. Turn left on Upper Rock Creek Road for 10 miles. Turn left on Wolf Hollow Lane. Go approximately 100 yards and turn right (a hard right) at the gate to Highland Hills Ranch.
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Rolling wheat and alfalfa fields, rimrock canyons, sagebrush and open range are the hunting grounds for Rocky Mountain Mule Deer - the ideal habitat for native deer. Expert guides work hard to ensure guests bring home the largest mule deer in the region. Hunters can expect to see high numbers of deer during this classic Western-style, spot-and-stalk hunt. Expect to harvest mature four-point buck that typically score 150+ SCI.
If quail hunting is your specialty, we’ve found a hunting lodge that will make you go weak in the knees (in a good way!) Rio Piedra Plantation puts you smack dab in the middle of the classic plantation belt, where Bobwhite quail are abundant. Here’s your chance for an unforgettable hunting vacation.
Tradition is a huge part of the hunt at this Georgia plantation. After a long, lingering, hot Southern breakfast, you’ll head out with your covey in over 6,000 acres of tall grasses, river beds and varied terrain where the quail are so plentiful, you won’t come home empty handed! And after a long day exploring the region, you’ll return to pure luxury at Rio Piedra. Head back to your lodge room after the hunt to relax with a good book and take a nap. Then venture down to the dining room for a traditional Southern meal with a gourmet twist. You won’t lose weight on this hunting trip, but you’ll gain a traditional experience at this Georgia hunting lodge. Your hunting vacation will be extra special at Rio Piedra Plantation.
Rio Piedra Plantation is the only two-time winner of the coveted “Orvis Wingshooting Lodge of the Year” award!
From Albany, Georgia, travel US 19 to Camilla. Turn right onto GA 37 and travel approximately 10 miles to the fire tower on the right. Turn left onto Turkey Road (dirt road) at the Rio Piedra sign. Go approximately two miles and turn right into the lodge entrance.
Rio Piedra Plantation is located in the heart of the classic plantation belt which stretches for roughly 100 miles through southern Georgia and into north Florida. The population density of Bobwhite quail is unlike that of any other place on earth. This is the very epicenter of the quail hunting universe, encompassing nearly 100 contiguous or near-contiguous large plantations, most of which are completely private and date back to the Reconstruction Era.
Bring the pastoral environment of the English countryside a little closer to home. At Battenkill Lodge, you’ll be surrounded by teeming rivers and forests in a lodge that provides more tranquility than anywhere else in the Northeast. Battenkill Lodge is the perfect place for your hunting vacation.
Four private suites share this fantastic property with miles of private water in the form of ponds, rivers and streams, towering forests strewn with quiet, tranquil paths, birds and other wildlife and expansive meadows as far as the eye can see. This Northern New York scenery is the natural habitat for grouse, deer, ducks and wild turkey – and with such a great variety, hunting season never ends! Go swimming at the onsite pond or pool, or explore your surroundings to find an undisturbed woodland pond for your own personal, private swimming hole. Take a stroll of the grounds with breathtaking views of Goose Egg mountain. Just relax at your private suite on the sun deck with a glass of wine after a long day outside. This is a New York hunting lodge with an old-world feel, perfect for your hunting vacation.
The Battenkill Lodge owns two miles of water on the New York Battenkill Trophy area.
October brings flights of migrating Woodcock through our coverts, offering exciting upland sport for wing shooters. Woodlands are managed for ruffed grouse (partridge) with gravel trails, clear cut areas, and plantings of wild berry shrubs. The excellent natural cover has been enhanced through selective timber management designed to benefit the wildlife.
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Trout fishing can be combined with shooting at no extra charge.
Imagine a country retreat, where every meal is like grandma used to make and you take off your shoes at the door. Now add in a day of hunting whitetail deer, wild turkeys and more. The result is Harpole’s Lodge, Illinois’ only Orvis approved hunting lodge and your Midwest hunting vacation dream!
Pike County, Illinois is well known as one of the best hunting destinations in the country. You’ll have access to thousands of acres of river drainages, wetlands, islands and uplands that are the natural habitat of waterfowl, birds, wild turkeys and whitetail deer. This means that your next prize catch is right outside your door – how’s that for a true hunting lodge! Harpole’s knows that long hunting days can be really exhausting. So when you return to the lodge, you’ll revel in special treatment. We mean bed and breakfast style lodging with a relaxing, country atmosphere. Homemade meals, Amish furniture and themed suites with private Jacuzzis, fireplaces and feather pillows all combine to ensure a restful night. And before you head out for a day of hunting, a hearty, home cooked breakfast will energize you. Welcome to a true Midwest hunting lodge and the ultimate hunting vacation!
From Pleasant Hill, take Highway 96 South straight for 4.7 miles. Turn left at 3680N Howell Hollow Rd. Take the first left onto Carrolton Road 770E. The lodge is on the right. From St. Louis, take Highway 70 to Highway 79, and travel north to Louisiana, MO. Turn east on Highway 54. Turn right at the stop sign onto Highway 96. From Alton/East St. Louis you can travel north on the Illinois side of the Mississippi to Highway 96. Look for the sign on Highway 96.
In 1825 Calhoun County was formed from the extreme southern portions of Pike County. The pro-slavery residents of "the Kingdom of Calhoun" changed the name of the county seat from Coles Grove (named after an abolitionist Governor of Illinois) to Gilead (a Biblical name).
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If you are hunting for unique business conference centers and corporate retreat ideas, consider Heartland Lodge's conference facilities. Heartland Lodge is prepared to accommodate corporate retreats of all kinds. With packages for two to forty guests, small groups welcome to reserve individual conference facilities, and conference rooms with full services, this is the perfect place for your corporate retreat!