Singletree Gun and Plough offers a unique hunting experience that is unlike any other hunting lodge. Although hunting is not allowed within the borders of the state park, Singletree’s land borders the park and includes five miles of riverfront land. The wildlife know no borders, so hunting game is in abundance. Because there is no hunting allowed in the state park, there is no competition, no concern that the wildlife will be gone. The terrain varies from high mountain peaks to low creek beds, sheer cliffs and deep hollows. This is not the typical hunting experience you will find at other lodges in the nearby area.
The usual game hunted at Singletree are deer and turkey during their respective seasons. Singletree recognizes the important role that hunters play in controlling the wildlife population. In order to preserve the wilderness, only limited hunting excursions are available each season. The ecological equilibrium of wildlife is delicate, therefore hunting needs to be regulated and monitored so that there will still be game to hunt for years to come.
The hunting guides are local residents who come from many generations of hunters and have hunted in the area for years. Their level of experience is what makes hunting excursions unique and successful. Whether its deer or turkey you are hunting, these hunters know how to find them and give you many opportunities to bring some home.
After a day out hunting you’ll be ready to relax. The Inn has all the comforts you will need. Warm up by the fireplace, relax in the library with a book, or catch the game on the big screen TV. Unwind with some billiards, cards, or chess. Enjoy the extensive porches and the outdoor fire ring. The Inn has 6 bedrooms, but usually no more than 3 at a time are booked to ensure privacy. If one large group is coming together, all of the rooms may be filled.
If you’re looking for a hunting experience you will always remember, come to Singletree Gun and Plough. You’ll enjoy beautiful views of the landscape while in pursuit of deer and wild turkey. Follow deer tracks along flowing creeks and spot turkey from mountain ridges. The beauty of the land makes your experience more than just a hunting trip.