Our hunting area is hundreds of square miles of private and public land in Northwestern Alberta in what is known as the Peace River region. We are just over an hour drive straight north of the city of Grande Prairie and a 6 hour drive northwest of Edmonton. You can drive on paved roads almost right to our doorstep; the last 2 miles is a good gravel road.
The western edge of our territory is the province of British Columbia and the northern edge is the Peace River. It is a big, beautiful river valley that is the key to what makes our area so special. It is heavily treed with aspen, spruce, birch and willows. The creeks that feed the Peace River stretch far up into the flat farm fields where we do most of our fall hunts. This habitat is the perfect mix of farmland and woods, plenty of cover in the trees and plenty of food in the farm crops. It easily supports large populations of mule deer, whitetails, elk, moose, bears and even wolves. We've seen all these species right out the back door of our lodge.
The lodge is set up to accommodate up to 7 guests and 3 guides with no one on bunk beds. The lower level of the lodge where the guests all stay also has a separate entrance so you never feel like you are intruding on our family space upstairs. We have been told that the lodge is a very comfortable, inviting place to spend a week long hunting holiday.