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Accommodations at The Homestead House

The Homestead House is a classically remodeled Texas farmhouse. Built in the 1920’s, it features a spacious living area, fully furnished kitchen, three private bedrooms plus the “Bunk Room”, and two full bathrooms. Perfect for hunters, family reunions, or a weekend retreat!  Two queen beds, one double, and five twins sleep eleven total. Linens and “utility” towels provided. Rates ~ $85 per room, $300 whole house.

Day Hunting Texas Style

Experience over 300 acres of native range area, creeks, and sunflower fields rich with deer, turkey, quail, and dove. Perfect for a weekend with the boys or a first hunt. Available only with accommodations. Fall rate is $75 per gun per day, Spring rate is $35 per gun per day.

People are Talking!

“If you are looking for a place to take your wife and/or kids on there first hunting trip this is the place! My family and I have been coming to the Homestead House for several years, you can do it all here from hunting deer, turkeys to varmints or just kick back and relax this is the place, The accommodation are very nice and comfortable, you have a full kitchen to use with a refrigerator just like home. Mr Burrell and Miss Dana are two of sweetest people you’ll every meet! Thank you Mr. Burrell and Miss Dana, hope to see you soon!”

~Tammie White and family

“My family and I love coming to the Homestead House.  We go there every year to enjoy the hunting and the outdoors.  Dana and Burrell have a first-class operation.”

D’Wayne C. Reeves

“Thanks to Burrell and Dana at the Homestead House for all the great times hunting with my family!”

Shannon Lyons

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  1. The homestead house has made a big difference in my sons life and mine their father. It’s a excellent place to de-stress from the city.
    The McElvains are like family, good Christian country folks. The home is very comfortable and the different types of game to hunt is awesome.
    Me and sons know we have a secret getaway to the country. Thank you Mr. Mrs. McElvain

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