GUIDED WHITETAIL DEER HUNTS FOR WHEELCHAIR BOUND DISABLED HUNTERS
Wheelchair Whitetails, LLC offers guided whitetail deer hunts for wheelchair bound disabled hunters looking for a high-quality and accessible outdoor experience.
good food & conversation, have plenty of fun, and get a good chance
at harvesting a deer with a crossbow — all at no cost!
AT A GLANCE
Quick details about your Wheelchair Whitetails experience.
Wheelchair Whitetails is fully funded by God's goodness and the generosity of hosts Steve & Kristi Nooyen.
Our guests are both experienced hunters and novices from across the U.S. and Canada.
Our hunts are conducted on over 500 acres of the Nooyens' private property in northern Wisconsin.
The property is a beautiful mix of forest and fields, with dozens of food plots, plus streams and ponds, apple trees, and plenty of deer sanctuary.
We generally host no more than two to three hunt teams in camp at a time.
Accessible accommodations plus more than 15 wheelchair-accessible ground blinds, and a great trail system to safely deliver hunters.
Hunts utilize easy-to-use crossbows featuring no recoil. Bring your own or use one of our Ravin® crossbows!
All hunts are fair chase — no fences. These are real hunts!
Very early on, I realized that this trip had nothing to do with me learning how to hunt. Some time ago, I lost my way with the Lord.
I realized during the first hour of being in the blind that I was there for so much more than my first hunting experience. The joy I felt in that moment, knowing what was going on in my heart and soul, was absolutely amazing.
MORE THAN HUNTING
Steve & Kristi Nooyen
Having been extraordinarily blessed by God it has become an absolute thrill to share our property with disabled hunters and honor our Creator in that way! Our experience as caregivers in our Home Instead® franchises and our love for the outdoors has led us to love serving others, especially less-physically-able others. We can't think of a better place to love and serve others than at Wheelchair Whitetails!
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