- How much does the hunt cost?
- The only cost to the hunter is getting to and home from the camp. Hunters receive food, shelter, hunting license and if the hunter harvests a deer it will be processed at the camp and sent home with the hunter. Hunter should bring their own sleeping bag/pillow and toiletries.
Who is eligible for the hunt?
- Anyone with any disability will be considered for the hunt.
Where is the hunt located?
- Approximately 6 miles south of Leonard, ND near the Sheyenne National Grasslands.
What hunting equipment do I need to bring?
- Twist of Fate provides crossbows and hunting blinds, if you have your own hunting equipment you are welcome to bring it.
Are pets allowed?
- Only service dogs are allowed.
When is the hunt?
- It is the last full week of September. Thursday – Sunday.
Can I bring a family member/friend?
- Yes, each hunter can bring someone and that person can choose to participate if they would like. Each hunter is paired up with a guide so there is no need for the companion to go along on the hunt.
What facilities are available?
- The hunters will be staying in tents. There is electricity in the tents for any needs the hunter may have. There is also a handicap shower and toilets in camp.
How can I volunteer?
- Twist of Fate meetings are the 2rd Thursday of the month starting in April. Check the Events page for location or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
What kind of hunting experience do I need to have?
- None, we have targets available for practice and expert hunters to give training.
Do I need to be a hunter to volunteer?
- No, there are several other things to do around camp.
- How do I apply to be a hunter?
- Download, fill out the application and mail it to the address at the bottom.
Application in PFD format
Application in Word format