Frequently Asked Questions
1. Where are you located?
Wilderness Hunting Lodge is located in the beautiful scenic foothills
of the Cumberland Mountains in Tennessee. Get
Directions To Our Camp
GPS: Lat: 36 14' 04" N, Long: 85 13' 30" W
Do you offer airport pickup?
Yes, for the cost of the driver and fuel. Call for pricing.
3. Can I spend the night at the lodge?
Yes, our packages included three nights lodging
4. What methods of hunting do you provide?
We have ground blinds, spot/stalk, and bay dogs on trophy boar.
5. Is a license required?
No, it is included in the daily fee.
6. Do you allow bow hunters and/or cross bow hunters?
Yes, we do allow bow hunting at Wilderness. We do ask that you
use fixed blade broad heads which have a higher success rate of
penetration. We do not have tree stands but many of our hunter enjoy
the excitement and challenge of ground blind and stalk hunting.
7. What weapons do you allow?
We allow bow, crossbow, rifle, shotgun, pistol, and muzzle loader.
8. What are your seasons to hunt?
We are allowed to hunt the non-native year round.
9. What if I do not get a shot?
You only pay the harvest fee when you shoot and hit the animal.
If you do not get a shot the only thing you pay is your deposit
or non hunter fee.
10. Are kids allowed?
Yes, we encourage you to bring your children to participate. We
always stress safety, hunting ethics, and protection of our natural
resources. There's nothing like involving the family in your favorite
11. How big is the area we will be hunting?
The preserve has three hunting areas: 1100+ acers, 400+ acers,
and 900+ acers. The areas are mountainous with some valleys and
fields. Coming in 2011 will be a new 1000+ acers especially for
wild boar, rams, and buffalo.
12. Who cleans the game I shoot?
Our professional staff takes care of the game for you.
13. What about taxidermy?
Included in your daily fee we will cape the animal out (extra fee
for extremely large game like Buffalo). You may leave it with our
taxidermist or you may take it with you. For pricing on taxidermy
just give us a call.
14. May I bring non hunters/observers?
Yes, and all they have to do is pay the non-hunter fee which covers
their meals and lodging.