Frequently Asked Questions
We are currently offering hunting of a variety of animal species and several miles of ATV trails.
Active duty military, Reserves, National Guard, veterans, first responders, and their immediate family members.
Our services are provided at NO COST whatsoever to our clients. License and tag fees are the responsibility of each hunter.
Giving Back is funded entirely through private donations and fundraisers.
No. We do not have a “Pay to Play” system.
We have whitetail deer, black bears, turkeys, coyotes, squirrels, and seasonal ducks & geese.
No, unfortunately, we do not. However, there is a Hampton Inn, and a few lower-priced hotels in and around Martinsville, should you require lodging.
- No, we do not. We do have experienced guides who know our properties inside and out, and are able to provide a full-service, guided hunt, to include field dressing, and transport to our animal processor. We are not, however, able to provide full-service outfitter services, such as meals, or lodging at this time.
Certainly, having some experience is helpful, but it is not necessary. We can accommodate all levels of hunter experience.
- Each participant is responsible for his/her own transportation to the Martinsville, VA area, lodging, meals, clothing, and hunting license fees. You show up dressed to hunt, with a valid hunting license, and we will get you into the best locations on the property for a successful hunt.
- We are able to provide rifles, muzzle loaders, crossbows, ammunition/bolts, ground blinds, tree stands, trail cameras, processing & field dressing tools, binoculars, range finders, portable heaters, and most other common hunting equipment.
- We are also able to provide one adult and one child sized ATV with advanced notice.
Yes! Please do. We encourage this to be a complete family event. We can host multiple hunters at a time on some properties. Integrating the family into these events is one of our top priorities.
We typically book hunts for 3.5 days, depending on the schedule/availability of the hunter. The first half day is reserved for zero confirmation, scouting, and getting oriented with the property, with the first hunt taking place on the morning of Day 2.
The duration of other activities varies greatly from person to person.
We post all upcoming events on our Facebook page, Instagram, and our website.
If you are interested in an individual or small group event, contact us via social media, email, or telephone, and one of our event coordinators will contact you to work out the details of your event.
No we do not. However, we have field dressing and processing equipment, as well as local processors and taxidermists within a short distance. Processing & Taxidermy costs are the responsibility of each hunter.