Hunting at CornerStone Farm

Deer, turkey, fox, squirrel, coyote and more call our farm their home There are many diverse habitats Open fields Paths cut through the 40 private acres Early evening in the 40 acres Rabbit, squirrel and other small game Bucks caught on camera at night Bucks caught on camera at daylight Sorry, no hunting the domestic livestock
Deer, turkey, fox, squirrel, coyote and more call our farm their home
CornerStone Farm
525 Barnes Rd.
Red Oak, VA 23964
Region Southern Virginia
Locality Charlotte
Tuesday, July 08, 2014 - Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Phone: (434) 735-0527
Fax: (434) 735-0527

Hunting at CornerStone Farm

Test your skills, the old-fashioned way ....
CornerStone Farm is not a hunting lodge. We open our 40 private acres of woodland to those that enjoy the old-fashion sport of hunting. We do not/can not guarentee a successful hunt. The game is there, your skill alone needs to track them.

We offer seasonal hunting for deer, turkey, fox, squirrel, and rabbit; when permitted by Virginia Game and Wildlife laws during open seasons. Whether you are hunting on CornerStone Farm's wild private 40-acre timbered tract, or the 40,000 acres in the 26 nearby Wildlife Management Areas; our accommodations are conveniently located to your hunt.

We encourage family members to come to the farm that may not be avid hunters, but want to get away at the same time with loved ones. Our farm setting offers many activities for the non-hunter to be involved in. These can be added to the cost of the Hunter Package.

Package Includes:
* Minimum 2 nights stay
    * Country breakfasts and full evening meals
    * A bagged lunch, for off the farm
    * Snacks and beverages while at the Inn

NOTE: Activities can be added at additional costs for family members not engaged in hunting. Ask for details.

Price: From: $150.00 per night Single, or $195.00 Double / night

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Last Updated: 7/7/2014 11:40 AM
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