Our main lodge, is centrally located in our hunting area in the village of Swan Plain Saskatchewan, in the east central part of the province, where the forest meets the farmland. It is roughly a 1 1/2 hour drive from Yorkton and a 3 1/2 hour drive from Regina on paved highway all the way, although some may question the last 20 miles as being paved. Our hunting locations are 5-30 miles from camp.

Built in 2007, the TCO lodge has most the amenities of home. It has 6 bedrooms and 5 full bathrooms with the kitchen/ living room area being open, a great place to tell stories from the days hunt, watch the big game on satellite TV or just simply relax by the fire. All bedding, linen and towels are already at camp for your convenience. Food and beverage (with some exceptions) are included as well. Most cell phones will have service in or around camp as well.


Our northern bear camp is quite the opposite and definitely does not have the amenties of home, although we do try to make it as comfortable as possible. Due to the fact that we are able to outfit in such a large area, we run these hunts out of a tent camp set up, giving us the ability to move around and hunt different areas, while at the same time keeping the travel distances down. On this hunt, you are responsible to bring and cook your own food and clean up after yourself, but most everything that is needed in a kitchen will be provided (a detailed list will be provided). There are plenty of chores to do around camp, things that you would take for granted at home, so everyone is asked to pitch in. Simple things like hauling water or heating it up for a shower or gathering wood for the fire, but I believe it all adds to the over all experience. You also need to bring a warm sleeping bag, pillow and towel.