It's a small but quaint Kentucky deer hunting cabin. Interior is 1 inch thick barn wood on both the walls and the flooring. It's well insulated with an overall dimension of 16X24 with a overhang off the front porch. A slider window is on the back wall so that you can over look a clover food plot should you decide to stay in the cabin for a sitting.
Furnishings to Expect:
This is a off-the-grid cabin which means you get gas lights, gas heat, gas cook stove, no electricity and no running water. You get to use an outhouse at deer camp! This Kentucky hunting lease spends it's money on the land and keeps costs down to meet my niche market of customers, not exactly a "Kentucky Hunting Lodge".
Things to remember to bring for you Kentucky deer hunt:
Many Kentucky hunting outfitters offer great guide services and awesome food! That's something I don't offer. Because I don't have water, some of my hunters stay in nearby hotels. 25 minutes away has $55 per night very clean motel rooms (Campbellsville, Kentucky) and go up to the typical Holiday Inn Express around $90.
If you're looking for an extravagant lodge and people to make you breakfast, our place is not for you. This is not that type of experience. We are all about Kentucky whitetail hunting and keeping prices down for a affordable Kentucky deer hunting (plus all that other stuff would be like a "job" to me, I am a school teacher to pay my bills). Trophy class whitetails are what we offer and we do everything to maintain a well balanced herd.
Look at Kentucky deer hunting forums and do some research. Determine what type of Kentucky whitetail hunt you'd like to book. Shoot your buck early at my place, check out some Kentucky fishing trips. If I had extra money I would 100% go w/ a nice lodge, pool table, hot tub, food service, etc. We shoot some very nice bucks here. I do prefer all bow hunters and gun hunters to come take a tour of the hunting grounds prior to booking (that's the best sales pitch I got...I know you'll like the place when you see it).