Located just 8 miles south of historic Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, Quail Hollow Hunts offers the finest Pheasant, Quail and Chukar hunting available. Bordered by Sleepy Creek Mountain, the 300+ acre shooting preserve presents a breathtaking vista of forests, fields and orchards which contain quality habitats for
All hunting activities at Quail Hollow Hunts require proper licensing, which you must show upon arrival before your hunt can begin. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us by email:email@example.com or call us at 304-258-0584
NOTE: All persons born on or after January 1, 1975 must complete a certified hunter education safety course before purchasing a hunting license in West Virginia.
This license costs $12.00 for a six (6) consecutive day time period.You can purchase your 6-Day Non-Resident Preserve Game License online at www.wvhunt.com - the WV Department of Natural Resources' Website for Online licenses.
Prices are based on a per-bird rate:
Likely to be a 50/50 mix of roosters and hens
Our guides, with our dogs, help make it possible for you to have a rewarding hunting experience
Party size is limited for safety reasons and to make sure every hunter gets to shoot.
From North, East and West:
From I-70, take Berkeley Springs, 522 SOUTH exit. Go through Berkeley Springs and turn left on Winchester Grade Rd., SR13 1/2 mi. past traffic light at McDonald. Go 2.7 miles to a stop sign. Turn left onto Spriggs Rd. Follow 2.8 miles to the stop sign at the end. Turn right onto Highland Ridge Rd. and follow for 1.3 miles to 5285 on your left side with Quail Hollow Farm sign.
Take I-81 to Winchester, VA, exit at 37 WEST, then 522 NORTH.;Follow 522N approximately 15 miles. Turn right at Reynolds Rd. (There is a Liberty Station on the left). Follow the road for 4.7 miles to a stop sign. Turn right on Winchester Grade Rd., SR13, and continue for 5.8 miles. Turn right onto Highland Ridge Rd. and go 1/2 mi. (across 2 small one-lane bridges), then turn left, still on Highland Ridge Rd. Follow road for 2.2 miles to our yellow house, which will be on your right side.
Berkeley Springs boasts more than 100 lodging choices from elegant B&B's and historic inns to cabins and resorts. Below are listed a few of the many choices available in the area. For a more complete listing, visit the official website for Berkeley Springs: www.berkeleysprings.com
The Country Inn at Berkeley Springs
Located in the center of town. 69 distinctive sleeping rooms and suites, restaurant, English style tavern, full service spa & salon, corporate meeting rooms, gift shop, art gallery, and English country gardens.
Berkeley Springs Inn
Toll Free (866) 945 9400
Nestled in a pristine valley, the Berkeley Springs Inn provides many amenities for your comfort and pleasure. Pets are welcome in selected rooms, and children under 12 stay free. Many packages are available including spa, romance, and theater.
Cacapon State Park Resort(
800) CALL WVA or (304) 258-1022
Offering 6,000 acres of exciting outdoor getaways any time of year, Cacapon Resort State Park provides golfing, lake activities and hiking opportunities in West Virginia's eastern panhandle, while providing top visitor service in a first-class lodge.
Starting September 1, and adhering to the WV split Dove Season, we will offer limited availability dove hunting.
Bookings are limited to 5-6 per day and the cost is $75, which ensures a prime hunting spot near one of our dove tempting corn fields.
E-mail us firstname.lastname@example.org or call 304-258-0584.