Professional Guided Turkey Hunts in Missouri

Experience the best waterfowl hunting in the Missouri wilderness!

Turkey huntingLost Quarter Farms has been one of the nation’s premier turkey hunting lodges since 1929. We invite you to experience a waterfowl hunting trip like never before. Treat yourself to a vacation in the wilderness as you hunt wild turkey in the beautiful, historic surroundings of the Swan Lake National Wildlife Refuge and Yellow Creek.

At Lost Quarter Farms, you can join the many fellow hunters who've made turkey hunting in our great state a priority year after year. We offer:

  • Modern lodge with air conditioning and heating
  • Lodging and home-cooked meals included
  • Fully-stocked bar
  • Decoys and blinds provided
  • Professional Hunting Guides
  • Field dressing for a minimal charge

Guided Turkey Hunting
Lost Quarter Farms offers fully guided turkey hunting at our Missouri property. This is what we recommend for all first-time guests of Lost Quarter Farms so you can get the lay of the land and learn about the expectations we have for our hunters. Return guests or intermediate to advanced hunters may also choose the self-guided hunting option.

What You’ll Need
Please note that it is your responsibility to obtain a hunting license from the Missouri Department of Conservation. Also remember to bring your bow, shotgun or rifle along with plenty of ammo to ensure that you have as much opportunity as possible during your stay. Orange clothing is required by state law. We also recommend bringing something warm to wear, rain gear and a flashlight to help accommodate the changing weather here in Missouri.

We believe in good old fashioned Midwestern hospitality, which is why you will find that lodging, meals, blinds, and decoys are all provided. We can also clean and pack your turkey properly for a small fee, so it is ready for the trip home.

Don’t miss some of the best turkey hunting from St. Louis to Kansas City! Make your reservations early for up to 10 people when you contact our team to make a deposit.

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