We offer two different types of drop camps. When your packers ride you into camp everything is set up and in place. The camp is equipped with separate sleeping and cooking tents. Depending on the campsite and space limitations there should be one 12 x 14 wall tent for each two hunters. (Some sites don’t have enough flat ground to set more than a couple of tents.)
The cook tent will have cook stoves, pots and pans, silverware, plates and cups. Separate food preparation and eating stations are set up. The tent has a lantern and wood burning stove. (You should bring your own deck of cards to relax with.) A nearby tree will have a rope waiting to hang your perishables, (not your hunting buddy, shame on you for thinking that!) all you need to do is hoist it up before leaving camp.
Bedroom tents will have cots, pads, table, and a lantern and. In addition each tent will have a floor, rain fly, and heating stove. There will be a sufficient amount of firewood cut, dried and ready to burn for normal camp usage. Additional fire wood is the hunter’s responsibility.
The second type of drop camp is the Premium drop camp. In addition to all the hardware provided the Premium Drop Camp comes with a camp cook/wrangler, horses and meals. Food will be prepared and meals will be provided based on your menu decisions. The cook/caretaker will maintain the fresh water supply, keep you well fed with both meals and snacks. He will also look after any livestock left at camp and maintain the firewood and fresh water supplies. All you have to do is hunt!
The basic drop camp is available for $1,875 per hunter for a group of two and $1,750 per hunter for a group of four. The Premium drop camp is available for $3,000 per hunter, Minimum of two hunters. When booking prior to the calendar year of the hunt a 25% deposit is due at time of booking, 25% is due January 31 the year of the hunt, with the balance payable 10 days before the hunt. When booking during the calendar year of the hunt a 50% deposit is due at time of booking, the balance is due 10 days before the hunt,