Henderson Island

Lodging

The spaces at Henderson Island are made to support hunters and their families with elbowroom to spare. Lodging includes the Main Lodge, Skinning Shed, Caretaker's House, and Guide's Quarters. Each member will be entitled one lot on the 75-acre campground to build a personal cabin (which meets covenants and building codes).

 

Main Lodge

The 5,480 sq. ft. building has the accommodating features of wood ceilings and walls, concrete and carpeted floors, and central heating and cooling. Living spaces include a kitchen, pantry, utility room, office, living room with fireplace, two dens, bedrooms, and bathrooms. The exterior has the unique feature of three porches totaling 546 sq. ft.

 

Skinning Shed

This 1,240 sq. ft. building features 912 enclosed square footage with a wood interior, concrete floors, fluorescent lighting, and a generous 328 sq. ft. walk-in cooler.

 

Caretaker's House

A 1,038 sq. ft. wooden building featuring a living room, dining room, kitchen, utility room, bedrooms, and one bath. Two porches totaling 173 sq. ft. run along the outside of the home.

 

Guides' Quarters

The two-story, 1,236 sq. ft. home with wood interior and a mixture of carpet and hardwood floors. Upon entry, you will have access to a living room, bedrooms, and bathrooms. Upstairs, guests can find an extra bedroom. A 216 sq. ft. porch welcomes members and their families.

 

Other Improvements

More buildings on the property include a 106 sq. ft. well house with wash rack area, a landing strip, wells, and roads spread throughout the island.

 

Over 65 miles of developed roads and elevated 3D archery range.