Quail and pheasant hunters need not travel far to experience a memorable hunt, luxurious facilities and fabulous food. Wildcat Creek Quail Hunting Resort is the place – where a memorable quail or pheasant hunting adventure awaits.

For wing shooters who favor the pheasant, full pheasant hunts are available.

WCR is a family affair and the vision of Ron and Evonne Parker and their sons. Now, in our 10th season, we offer much more than just a quail hunt. There is always something new at WCR.

“When you come to WCR, I assure you we will do everything in our power to make it one of your best memories ever. Happy hunting.” - owner Ron Parker.

Located in Red River County near Detroit, the property consists of 1,200 plus acres of well-managed land that will take hunters back in time.

The habitat, birds and dogs are first-rate, with fields cleared out of the thick woods by Parker.

Wingshooters may want to get their hunts book, though, as the word is getting out about Wildcat Creek, where 12 weekends are already fully booked for the upcoming season.

After the hunt, the lodge and the food served at WCR may be even more memorable.

WCR also has competition-style sporting clay stations for parties and corporate events.

Here at WCR we strive to produce the hunts of a lifetime. Be sure to call and set your reservation now so you can start building memories and become part of our extended family.








1 full day is $750 per person. (does include lunch, guide, dogs and snacks, but no lodging)

Inclusive packages with guide, dogs, meals, drinks, snacks, beer, wine and lodging.

1 day (split) half afternoon, stay the night, half morning is $900 per person.

2 day 1 night- $1,550 per person.

2 day 2 nights- $1,700 per person.

3 day 2 nights- $2,450 per person.

Our morning hunts begin at 8:00 a.m. and our afternoon hunts begin at 1:00 a.m. With each hunt being approximately 3 hours.

Breakfast (7:00 a.m.) is a family style breakfast with eggs, sausage, bacon, gravy, and biscuits. Lunch (11:30 a.m.) is always a hot lunch and it ranges from pork roast, bbq links to fried chicken and is also served family style with several vegetables. Dinner (6:30 p.m.) starts with plated appetizers on the bar, salad, entree with two vegetables, then dessert. Snacks can be found at all times at the lodge and in the field.

Our rooms are double occupancy with two queen sized beds in each, a full bathroom and Wi-Fi.

There is no limit on the amount of quail that can be harvested within a three hour time period.





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