Lodging at Spartan Hunting Preserve is free.

Upon entering the front door at your lodge you are in a spacious 20×36 foot central room. This room is for dining, watching TV, lying, etc.. From this room you can enter any of the five bedrooms. Each bedroom has four to six beds. These are for you to relax between adventures.

Our central rooms, like our entrance room mentioned above, and our large dining room are for visiting and congregating.  We have Direct TV in those rooms. From those rooms you go into bedrooms.

Three of our bedrooms have four beds in them, the other two bedrooms have six beds in those. Some beds are singles, and others are doubles. But the important thing to know is that we never mix up groups of hunters.

Your group will always have Private Rooms. If you book a hunt completely by yourself, you will be in a smaller room with four beds, but you will be the only person in that room. We never put you in a room with someone outside your group.

All of the bedrooms are fully stocked with sheets, pillows, etc. Our kitchen is fully stocked as well, and the dining area has a Refrigerator for Hunters use. Coke, Dr. Pepper, and Sprite are always available. If you like some odd drinks, bring your own. Also, do not come here on a diet, my wife is going to feed you three full meals a day.

If you read the “Reviews” on our lodge, you will find that folks tend to comment on the Good Food, as much as they do on the Good Hunting.  Our four Full Bathrooms are also fully stocked with towels, hand towels, and washcloths.

Breakfast is served at 6:30 a.m. and there is no need to set an alarm. Just wake to the smell of bacon cooking. As soon as breakfast is over we head for the woods. You are picked up from the stand around Noon and we return to the lodge for dinner.

After a relaxing dinner and discussions of the morning’s adventures, we return to action. We then hunt until close to dark when we return to the lodge for supper (remember we are in the South, so breakfast, dinner, and supper).

After supper, the evening continues with stories around the campfire. We deliver your Trophy to the Processor and the Taxidermist at no charge if you desire these services. Our large walk in cooler keeps your meat cool until your departure.

My wife and I are here to greet you upon your arrival and wave goodbye to you as you depart. This is a family business and while you’re here we want you to feel like part of the family.

If large Trophy Boars are your goal, remember that has been my families hobby for generations.