Wild Boar Hunting At It's Best

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When you arrive here you will hunt on land that has belonged to my grandfather since 1950s. Land that I grew up hunting on. I then chose to turn this same land into our Hunting Preserve. I could think of no better way to pay tribute to my Father and Grandfather whose blood makes me what I am.


    51 Old Gordon Road, Grandview, TN 37337.

We are located in the Easternmost part of Cumberland County, atop what is known as the Cumberland Plateau.

We are only a few miles from where our ancestors settled in beautiful Grassy Cove. In 1800 a settler named John Ford had a wagon accident in this mountainous region. The accident killed all but one of his mules and halted his move west. He then settled in the cove with his family, one mule, and a pair of dogs. These dogs later became known as Mountain Curs. Our family came to this cove in 1806 and used this breed of dogs for their very survival.

The heart of the Preserve is less than two miles from one of Tennessee’s two oldest hog hunting ranges. Renegade Hunting Lodge began in the 1960s and operated for some 30+ years. The East Tennessee Russian stock that was pursued by this range still fills the woods in this area. I hunted these same hogs as a child with my grandfather in these same woods. Fortunately, the closing of Renegade only served to increase the already high population in this area. We then began our Preserve in a highly-populated area adding the Tellico Plains blood and the huge Bzikot bloodline. Constant surveillance throughout the Preserve has convinced us that this has served to improve an already incredible line of Trophy Boars.

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Exotic Ram Hunt at Spartan Hunting Lodge in Tennessee
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Lodging at Spartan Hunting Lodge is free.

Our lodge consists of 7200 square feet of living space. This consist of 3 large gathering areas. One for dining, and two for simply relaxing between adventures. Here we have DirecTV with every channel they offer, sports and otherwise. We do have WiFi, but do not brag about that fact too loudly as we are way out in the country and it is spotty. We also have a community type refrigerator in the dining area for those who need it. Cokes, Sprites, and Dr. Peppers are always available in the dining area. If you require something other than that, feel free to bring it with you.

Out of these large gathering rooms are doors to our 13 bedrooms. Some of our bedrooms have 4 beds, some 6 beds, and our largest rooms have 8 beds per room. Many of the larger rooms have their own refrigerators. Six of our Bedrooms have 8 beds in each room, for larger groups. These rooms have their own refrigerator and bathroom in each room. The most important thing to know about the bedrooms is that each group will have their own private room. There will be no one inside your bedroom that is not a member of your party. So if you have a snorer in your room …… you brought him with you.

In addition to the bathrooms inside the larger bedrooms, we also have four other bathrooms in the lodge for those smaller rooms.

All bathrooms are fully stocked with towels, wash clothes, toilet paper, etc. Bedrooms are fully stocked with sheets, comforters, quilts, pillows, etc. So no need for sleeping bags or plans to ‘rough it’. Unless you are one of those unfortunate folks born with a disease I refer to as ‘Chronic Dissatisfaction’, you will enjoy the Lodge.

We serve 3 meals a day. Breakfast, Dinner, and Supper. (Supper, of course, because you are in the South). Breakfast is served at 6:30 am Central Time. After breakfast is completed, we will head to the woods for our hunt. Around noon we will return from the woods to take pictures of the mornings kill, and afterwords we will eat Dinner.

The evening is spent relaxing as our crew gets your meat tended too in whatever way you like.

We do skinning and quartering for free, but do have a local guy that does do Full Processing of meat if you want. We also have a local Taxidermist available if you need his services. Whatever you decide with meat or Taxidermy, your Trophies will be stored in our Walk In Cooler until you are ready for it.

Around 5pm Central Time is when we eat supper. We have a constant camp fire going at all times. In addition to the camp area, we also have 2136 square feet of Porch Area to enjoy your relaxation time on. The next morning will see us start all over again.

Spartan Hunting Lodge Dining Hall
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