Deer Hunting at Lost Quarter Farms in Mendon, Missouri

Comfortable, heated hunting blinds in the Mendon, Missouri forest

Hunting for deerHunting for deer is always a rewarding experience at Lost Quarter Farms in Missouri. We are known for our white-tailed deer hunting excursions and for accommodating our guests in every way possible. Few deer hunting lodges are as comfortable, cozy or full of hospitality as ours is. We host many guests every year and know how meaningful deer hunting trips can be. Your comfort is our first priority, which is why we are committed to providing everything you need for a successful hunt and relaxation in your downtime.

We are a great destination for parties who enjoy hunting for deer. Our wooded, secluded location is a world unto itself, transporting you back to historical times. The benefits of hunting here are plentiful, including heating blinds, air-conditioned lodge with accommodations up to 10 people, and home-cooked meals.

When hunting for deer out of state, we make packing your tag easy. Field dressing is available from our guides for a minimal fee. We can do it for you or teach you how so you get a complete hunting experience.

We know that many of our guests enjoy hunting deer by themselves or with friends, but if you are interested in a field guide, we are happy to make one available to you. Here are some benefits of working with our field guides when hunting for deer:

  • They are intimately acquainted with the surrounding area
  • They can give you the lay of the land
  • They provide tips on how to angle the best shot
  • They know the best times of day to find your prize

Let us know if you’re interested in having a field guide assist you. We can add one to your package!

Deer hunting season is just around the corner, and we hope you’ll spend part of it in the Midwest at Lost Quarter Farms. We host several deer hunts annually, and our reputation as a wonderful place for hunters to visit continues to grow. Make your reservation today for your group at Lost Quarter Farms in Missouri.

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