Most of our hunting packages come with 3 meals per day prepared for you.
Below is a guideline of the types of meals you can expect and other food
We provide a variety of 2-liter soft drinks you can help yourself to. We
try to keep some of the more popular colas on hand such as Coke, Pepsi, Dr.
Pepper, Mt. Dew, Sprite, but we do occasionally run out of one flavor or
another. So, if you can't live without a specific flavor it would
probably be a good idea to bring some for yourself. We of course also
have fresh water and there is usually plenty of milk and orange juice on
Coffee and coffee pots are provided. Again, if you want some specific
brand, flavor or grind, bring some with you, you are welcome to use our
coffee makers. We also usually have Styrofoam cups, creamer and sugar.
We don't have a set menu we serve, but below are the types of foods you
- Scrambled Eggs
- Breakfast Burritos
- Meat Loaf
- Chicken & Dumplings
- Chili Dogs
- Mashed Potatoes
- Baked Chicken
- Macaroni salad
- Whole new potatoes
- Peach Cobbler
- Banana Pudding
- Blackberry Cobbler
- Strawberry Cobbler
Available For Your Use (usually)
- Charcoal Grill (bring some charcoal & fluid)
- Crock Pot
- Coffee Pot
- Stove & oven
For a lot of hunters, including myself, cooking meals is part of the
hunting camp experience. Many hunters choose bring along some items
to prepare some meals themselves. So, if you have a special meal you
want to prepare or if want to bring along a couple of steaks and
baked potatoes to throw on the grill feel free to do so. Don't
forget some charcoal and steak sauce!
Meal ideas other hunters have done include; bringing a deep fryer
and have a fish fry, grill out some freshly killed boar or other
animal, deep fry whole turkey.
For those that might want to go out to a restaurant there are several
that are about a 35 minute drive. Chain eateries include Outback Steak
House, Olive Garden, Ruby Tuesday's, Cracker Barrel, Chili's. Local
favorites include Momma Rosa's, Rib City, Bobby Q's and more.