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Directory of 18 North Carolina Deer hunting lodges, guides and outfitters in North Carolina.

Allen Brothers Hunting Preserve
6593 Center Blvd, Baldenboro, North Carolina 28320
Phone: (910) 736-5360

We offer a limited number of deer hunts (still hunts only) which you may use bow, black powder or rifle according to the appropriate season. Hunt from covered tower stands and all stands are corned as well as have salt licks nearby. Many stands are located on green fields and lanes. Hunters are dropped off and picked up at stands at the end of the hunt.

Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve
1395 Farrar Dairy Rd, Lillington, North Carolina 27546
Phone: (910) 578-6613
Arrowhead Hunting Preserve
10227 County Home Rd., Ayden, North Carolina 28513
Phone: (252) 717-6361

Arrowhead Hunting Preserve has a large deer population. Deer feed off corn, sunflower, soybeans, peanuts and clover. We offer two and three day package hunts which include lodging. Or come out and stay for a week. All stands are Cabella's ladder stands (we have father/son, tripod stands, ladder stands with swivel chair or 15ft. plain ladder stands). The stands are baited with corn. Our average deer have horns running about 14 or 15 inches in diameter with 8 points and weigh approximately 165 pounds. We have additional acreage for deer hunting giving us better than 2000+ acres.

Bridgers Creek Hunting Lodge
1529 US Highway 258, Rich Square, North Carolina 27869
Nathan: (252) 536-8101

Nestled in the peaceful Roanoke River Valley, Bridgers Creek Hunting Lodge sits at the crossroads of Halifax & Northampton Counties which regularly claim top harvest numbers for deer and turkey. We offer free range self-guided hunts in prime whitetail deer and turkey territory, with access to 2000 acres of private land and 1,200 acres of game lands.

Buchanan Shoals
3597 Sneedsboro Rd, Morven, North Carolina 28170
Phone: (704) 695-2810

Having a strict management program to ensure growth, Buchanan Shoals has some of the best whitetail hunting in the Southeast. Our trophy management program is aimed towards harvesting only mature, trophy deer. The management program focuses on three things: intensive habitat management, supplemental feeding program, and an adequate buck/doe ratio.

Contentnea Creek Hunting Preserve
633 Chicken Shack Road, Hookerton, North Carolina 28538
Phone: (252) 747-2020

Deer hunting with shotgun, rifle, and bow.

Drake Landing
3146 Chalybeate Springs Rd., Fuquay Varina, North Carolina 27526
Phone: (919) 552-9455

Drake Landing has deer hunting opportunities available whether you are interested in bow, black powder, or regular fire arm season. State seasons and regulations apply. Elevated box blinds, two man ladder stands and ground blinds available hunting over soybeans, milo fields, oak ridges and cutovers.

Jones Island Hunt Club
469 Gale Creek Rd, Bayboro, North Carolina 28515
Phone: (252) 745-7877, Cell: (252) 571-5039

Jones Island Club is a private outdoor recreation club for members and guest only. The club is not available for daily hunts and use by the general public. To be eligible for membership, an individual must be sponsored by at least two existing members of the club. All applications are reviewed and subject to approval by the Board of Directors. Jones Island Club offers great deer hunting. The club plants numerous food plots and maintains single and two man stands for deer hunting by members and guests. Stands are located on the island as well as on the mainland. In addition to White Tail Deer, Black Bear are often seen from these stands during the year.

Low Country Preserve
466 Indigo Flatts East, Tabor City, North Carolina 28463
Phone: (910) 540-9273

Coastal Carolina's New Premier Shooting Range, Training Facility and Outdoor Adventure Venue!

Occoneechee Hunting Lodge
1610 Bill Johnston Rd., Jackson, North Carolina 27845
Phone: (252) 583-1799

On a guided hunt, our guests are taken to their stands before daylight by an experienced guide and picked up around 10:00AM. After a lunch, the hunters will be taken back to their stands until dark. Handling the kill is included in a guided hunt. The deer will be dressed and quartered.

Piedmont Sportsman
P.O. Box 600, Ruffin, North Carolina 27326
Don Raynor: (336) 312-4872

Hunting out of very comfortable ladder and box stands, our hunters enjoy our wealth of food plots placed strategically among hardwoods and cutovers to give you the best opportunity for a well-placed shot on a quality animal.

Poplar Springs Farm
2026 Vick Wilson Rd., Shelby, North Carolina 28016
Phone: (704) 860-396

Although primarily a bird hunting preserve, there are several deer stands hidden in the woods for a select, limited number of deer hunters. There is a large population of deer in the area and patience is usually rewarded. Please reserve your deer-hunting day in advance so you will be assured of one of these limited opportunities.

Quack & Quail
12338 NC Highway 48, Garner, North Carolina 27529
Phone: (919) 630-3022

The Quack and Quail Hunting Club is a well-established hunting club setup for avid waterfowl and upland game bird hunters. The club is family-friendly and focused on fostering good sportsmanship and respect for nature. Social interaction among club members is strongly encouraged, and hopefully all will have the opportunity to harvest a variety of waterfowl and upland game birds. The club has been in existence for over 10 years and is well known among local property owners, with a great reputation for care of each property. The club hosts youth hunts for deer, duck and turkey and also works with the Franklin County 4H Shooting team.

Roans Branch Hunting Preserve
635 Green Lewis Rd, Bolivia, North Carolina 28422
Phone: (910) 520-3485

We offer some of the best low-country NC whitetail hunts. Roan's Branch hunts over baited sites from comfortable stands. Hunt over food plots, cutovers, fields or pine plantations. Most stands will accommodate 2 hunters and we welcome kids and grand kids to come along at no extra cost. Season begins mid September and runs until January 1st. It is not uncommon to have the chance to take down a hog while deer hunting. A combo hunt can be arranged.

Shelter Creek Plantation
11944 Shaw Hwy, Burgaw, North Carolina 28485
Phone: (910) 791-7778

Eastern North Carolina Hunting and Shooting at its Finest. Shelter Creek Plantation is a 350-acre controlled hunting preserve in rural Pender County located between Burgaw and Jacksonville, North Carolina.. Many of our members enjoy the club because we are a short drive from Wilmington, North Carolina. The property is uniquely situated between two major Federal Game Lands; Holly Shelter which occupies approximately 75,000 acres and Angola Bay, currently comprised of 33,000 acres.

Six Runs Plantation
2794 Register-Sutton Rd., Rose Hill, North Carolina 28458
Phone: (910) 532-4810

While quail is the primary game sought at Six Runs, there are abundant populations of ducks, wild turkeys, and deer. Ring neck pheasant and chukar partridge are also available for the hunter’s pleasure. Beavers living on Six Runs River have formed a number of ponds that offer haven to a large population of wild wood and mallard ducks. There are many permanent deer stands positioned throughout the woods on the plantation offering the aspiring deer hunter the chance at a trophy buck.

Tall Pines Hunting Preserve
2384 Colman Cemetery Road, Cerro Gordo, North Carolina 28430
Phone 1: (910) 674-6506, Phone 2: (910) 207-1497

We also offer a variety of hunts including Wild Duck, Dove, Deer, Turkey, and Rabbit. Family owned and operated, the Tall Pines Hunting Experience will be one you'll never forget. Please don't forget to ask about our clubhouse and accommodations. If good birds, good dogs, and good fellowship are what you are looking for, Tall Pines Hunting Preserve will exceed your expectations. Call us today!

Thornbury Plantation Hunting Lodge
1087 Occoneechee Neck Rd., Jackson, North Carolina 27845
Phone: (252) 583-2842

Rifle, Archery & Muzzleloader. Northampton County is the No. 1 county for deer harvest in North Carolina, and we aim to keep it that way. To help ensure fantastic hunting opportunities for generations to come, we ask our guests to please not shoot a middle-of-the-road 1 ½-year-old buck, especially considering some Whitetail Deer have been known to live up to 9 years. To date, we are pleased to say that our clients have abided our request and willingly helped us to maintain our hunting policy. We are proud to cater to guests who are hunters, not killers.