Lodging

Dining Room & Meals - (Fully-Guided)

You will be getting up early (3 a.m.) and there will be a light snack to get you going. Namely toast/jam, cereal, muffins, fruit, and granola bars accompanied by coffee, tea and juices.

You will be getting back from your hunt later in the morning and our brunch will be served then. A typical brunch will consist of eggs, bacon, sausage, ham, French toast, hash browns or a combination of thereof.
 
Appetizers will be served as you return from your afternoon hunt, with dinner to follow. All dinners are home cooked, including homemade desserts.  The kitchen is in close proximity so nobody should go hungry.

Fully-Guided Accommodations - "The Tamarac"

 

Nestled away on a treed 160 acres, lies a cozy, traditional log home accommodating two groups independently.  The "Tamarac" quarters consists of two units containing three bedrooms and two washrooms each, sleeping up to seven people. 

There is also wi-fi, satellite TV, refrigerator, microwave, and laundry facilities in each quarters.  The dining hall is located in an adjacent building known as the "Aspen" where hot breakfast and homestyle dinners are served.  

After a long day hunting, you will feel right at home coming back to these accommodations.