The Hunt Preserve
Situated on more than 400 acres in Petersburg, Tenn. -- just outside of Lewisburg and about an hour from Nashville -- Quail Valley Hunt Club sits in a broad valley among the hills of Middle Tennessee. We're just far enough from the city to get away from the noise and enjoy the countryside, but close enough to be convenient for an afternoon hunt or a long weekend.
Large fields planted in sorghum provide cover for the birds, while cut strips allow for the dogs to work and hunters to easily position themselves for the shot. At the center of the main farm are the kennels and the cabin, built in the late 1800s and perfect for porch-sitting after the hunt.
Before and after the hunt, the Lodge is the center of life at Quail Valley Hunt Club. The old folk Victorian house just down the road was built before the turn of the century, and is set up for guests to enjoy the fellowship of hunting camp.
Meals are something that return visitors look forward to, with all-you-can eat country cooking for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Enjoy a cold drink, tell stories around the fire, and take the time to relax with old and new friends.
The Lodge can sleep up to 20 hunters, with plenty of bathrooms for everyone.
Rates are $100 per person per night with meals and $50 per night per person without meals.