We get a surprising number of father-son and father-daughter hunts at our facility. It’s probably because we’re very family-oriented. Hog Wild encourages family hunting as part of an education in the value of the outdoors. It’s as important to our family as it is to yours.

When we built our facility we knew we wanted to accommodate two-person and family hunts. We realize it’s a bonding experience when a parent can teach their child how to hunt. So we allow room for that experience and encourage families to come out and enjoy hunts together.

All of our stands are big, comfortable two-person ladder stands that allow for fathers to show their son or daughter how to hunt. Even our ground blinds have two big office chairs in them so fathers can sit with their son or daughter and have a nice solid rest to shoot the gun on.

Many high fence hunting facilities in the state have single ladder stands or small ground blinds that are built for just one person. It’s difficult, if not impossible, to teach your child in a hands-on way how to hunt.

Although our two-person stands and blinds are great for fathers and their kids, they also accommodate two grown men. So feel free to bring your hunting buddy or your wife and enjoy a day hunting hogs.

The kids will also appreciate the short drive to our location, right off I-35. It’s convenient for hunters to come out here and not need to stay overnight. You can take a quick day trip with your son or daughter and make some incredible memories.

We’re less than hour from Oklahoma City, one hour from Lawton, just over 2 hours from Tulsa and 3 hours from Wichita or Dallas.

We’re very flexible and prepared to accommodate family hunts. We have several hunters that choose to bring all the kids and sometimes Mom, too! Give us a call and we’ll put a package together that will accommodate your individual family needs.


Make the short drive out here and experience all that Hog Wild has to offer. We look forward to seeing you!

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