DIY Hunting Access to 1,600 Acres in Washington

1-11 Guests • Cabin • Public/Private • Self-Guided/DIY

Description

DIY Hunting in the Huckleberry Mountains

1,600 Acres | Cabin Lodging Available for up to 11


The Hunting

We offer our guests incredible hunting experiences with access to almost 1,600 acres of managed timberland, and secluded lodging with all the amenities to make your hunting adventure memorable. The ranch also provides the opportunity for black bears, mule deer, whitetail deer, moose, elk, cougar, bobcat, coyote, grouse, and turkey hunts.

We provide hunters with a unique and rugged sanctuary habitat, over 10 acres of food plots, 4 year-round creeks, and hundreds of acres of contiguous timber. We had the Carpenter Road wildfire move through the ranch in 2015, and although we lost the majority of our thick timber stands, it provided an amazing boost to the resident wildlife with a flush of new undergrowth and browse.

Hunting is reserved on a first-come-first-served basis, and by request only. Spots are limited, and we only allow one group at a time to hunt on the ranch to ensure a quality experience.


The price is per person per day to hunt the ranch, and that includes access to the cabins on the ranch for up to 11 people.



The Cabins

The main cabin and bunkhouse are located at the fork of Hunters Creek and Moose Creek in a secluded valley. The cabins are powered by 100% green energy through the hydropower facility and solar panels. The cabin has crystal clear, spring-fed water running to it with all the comforts of home! An adjacent bunkhouse is available next door and can sleep an additional 5 adults. The cabin and bunkhouse come with numerous amenities including an air conditioner, hot water, high-speed WiFi, LCD TVs with Blu-Ray players, a wood stove, a wood-fired Chofu jacuzzi, and small refrigerators.

The 1,600-acre ranch is gated and provides breathtaking views, trails, fishing at the trout pond, hiking, ATV riding, and is only minutes from the Lake Roosevelt recreation area in the town of Hunters. The roads provide easy access to all areas of the ranch, and all areas are open for exploration.


The Ranch

The ranch’s main focus is on forest management to increase commercial timber production, and wildlife management through habitat restoration and careful long-term planning. We have been working closely with the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) to implement our forestry and habitat goals. The ranch has been awarded multiple grants and participated in programs to allow for the best land stewardship.

Commercial operations on the ranch focus primarily on our hunting operations, forestry, and cabin rentals. We also offer a range of recreational opportunities for anyone to enjoy from hiking, camping, and trout fishing to wildlife viewing and even boating on the nearby Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area located only 5 miles away, and visible from the ranch’s high grounds. To assist our family, and give our ranch more financial options, we recently constructed an off-grid, renewable hydro energy facility that will provide clean, cheap power as our ranch continues to grow. This power source will supply all the electrical energy our current facilities require, as well as produce enough for additional planned cabins. We worked closely with The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to ensure our project was designed efficiently and responsibly.




"Great hunting location. The cabin has all the modern amenities. The owner was responsive and provided great detail of the whole ranch.. Road signs in the middle of the forest is a great touch. Plenty of wild life to watch…" - Paul H.

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Nestled in the heart of the Huckleberry Mountains at the headwaters of the North Fork of Hunters Creek. Totaling just under 1,600 acres, the Black Horse Canyon runs right through the middle of the property and supplies the ranch with breath-taking views, incredible rock formations, plentiful year-round springs, and timber sanctuaries for the myriad wildlife and game species that call the ranch home.

from $110/Day

You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.

Base Price

$110.00 Per Person Per Day

$110.00

Pay Now

$55.00

Pay Later

$55.00

Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.


Amenities

  • 2 Bed Rooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Internet
  • Fireplace
  • Hot Tub
  • TV
  • Fully Stocked Kitchen
  • Great Deck Area
  • Wood Stove Heated
  • Grill
  • DVD Player
  • Books
  • Close to Hiking/Biking/Fishing Etc.

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Gear List

  • Personal Supplies
  • Food & Drinks
  • Indoor/Outdoor Activities
  • Weather Appropriate Clothing

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Rules & Guidelines

Damage and incidentals

You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.



House rules

  • Children allowed
  • No pets
  • Max guests: 10

Also note:


  • Always use the gate code and don't try to move the main gate by hand!


Hunting License Requirements

https://wdfw.wa.gov/hunting/regulations


All hunters in Washington must possess a valid hunting license in order to take or attempt to take game animals. Youth uner 16 are eligible for reduced-fee licenses. First-time hunters must provide proof of successful completion of a hunter education course in order to obtain a license.


Additional information on bag limits, permits, and species-specific regulations can be found on the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife website.

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