Butler Farms Outdoor Adventures is located in Pike County, Illinois. The farm opened in 1996 and has flourished ever since. The Butler family has lived on the property for more than 40 years. As one of the best whitetail deer and turkey hunting outfitters in the Midwest, The farm is known for its abundance of turkeys during the spring turkey hunts. The family welcomes hunters from all over the world. You will feel at home amongst the family and hunters. You could take home not only a turkey or a deer, but new friendships that will last a lifetime.
A recent addition to the Butler Farms experience is that now, when you pay for your hunt, you get to stay and eat for free! Your reservation includes lodging the night before and the night after your scheduled hunts. The lodge has four bedrooms, all with a private bathroom and shower. The room will have linens and bath towels, but bring the rest of your own amenities. You will have access to the community kitchen, dining area, laundry room, canteen area where snacks and soda is available for purchase, and great social room with couches and a television so you can kick back after a day of hunting. High-speed wireless internet is available for all guests. It is important for a hunter to be nourished while out in the woods, so to keep your belly full you will also receive complimentary continental breakfasts daily and hot catered dinners served at 7:00 p.m. (even on arrival night!), and complimentary beverages. Also, when you refer 10 hunters, you will get to hunt for free!
Butler Farms Outdoor Adventures is a hunter’s paradise. It is the perfect place to get away and relax. Whether it is your first time visiting the Midwest farm, or you are a seasoned camper, each hunt will be as memorable as the next. Whitetail bucks are abundant on any of Butler’s hunting properties. Butler Farms is dedicated to making your stay enjoyable. Butler Farms has more than 900 acres of land to hunt, which is divided into 5 tracts. Each group is given their own tract of land to hunt on. The tracts are divided into 60 acres, 80 acres, 130 acres, 200 acres, and 425 acres. No longer will you be hunting on top of another hunter, or walking in circles on a little piece of property. You will be able to roam the woodland, cropland and pastures and make your way around the creeks, springs and ponds, without the worry of other hunters.
Hunters are to furnish their hunt with stands/blinds/equipment that they may need.
You will be given a map to indicate boundaries and limitations, but beyond that, you are on your own. You will be unguided in a hunt of a lifetime.