Oklahoma Women’s Hunt Camp



  • Where: Oklahoma
  • When: Jan. 13-16th, 2022
  • Price: $1,850
  • Type: Women Only Crossbow
  • Species: Whitetail Doe/Wild Hog
  • How Many Students: 6
  • Difficulty on scale of 1-5: 3
  • Terrain: Wooded/Hills
  • Host: Scott at Hornbeam Ranch
  • Lodging: Cabin/Camping
  • Closest Airport: Tulsa

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Please select your age group

How would you feel about about hiking 3 miles on slightly hilly terrain?

Do you have any physical limitations we should know about? (Asthma, bad allergies, bad knees, any disabilities, etc.)

What size unisex t-shirt do you wear?

Please confirm that you are alright with showing us your COVID proof of vaccination, getting a COVID test a week prior to camp if you are not vaccinated, wearing a mask at camp if you are not vaccinated, and maintaining a safe distance from unvaccinated folks when possible to minimize the spread of COVID

Are you a convicted felon?

Have you completed your hunter education certification through your state’s wildlife agency? Hunter education is required to hunt with us.

How much hunting experience do you have? Please tell us how many years of experience you have, the types of hunting you’ve done, and what species you have previously hunted, if any.

This camp focuses on do-it-yourself whitetail doe and wild hog hunting with a crossbow. Is that consistent with what you’re hoping to learn from this experience?


Hunt to Eat Hunt Camp difficulty rating 3.


Headed back to Oklahoma, but this time it’s a Whitetail Doe/Wild Hog Camp for women. That’s right ladies, we are running the show!

This is a crossbow-specific camp, with opportunities for whitetail doe and wild hogs. We will be having interactive discussions on Friday about “Why” we are hunters, Conservation, Hunting Ethics, Challenges Women Face in the Outdoors, Whitetail Sign and Habitat, Firearm Safety, Range Time, and Butchering/Processing.

Saturday and Sunday are for hunting! We will hit the woods early Saturday morning and hunt as long as you want to sit in a blind. Sunday morning we will head back out for a bit, before getting our hands dirty and breaking down some animals to fill up some freezers.

All meals are provided and essential equipment for the field will be available for everyone, including the crossbows.

Accommodations for this camp will be a rustic cabin. No showers or running water for this one, but primitive restrooms and clean water for washing hands/face will be on hand. If you would like to bring a tent for this camp, that is also fine.

You can do this, ladies! Come join us for a late-season deer and hog hunt in one of the most beautiful parts of Oklahoma that you never knew existed.





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