Kansas Hunt Lodging


Our lodge in Kansas, nicknamed “The Icehouse” is an antique building that has been completely restored as a fully suitable hunting camp. The Icehouse has quite a story; ask a guide while you are there for your hunt and they can let you in on the amazing past of this historic building.

Our Kansas hunting lodge is a 135-year-old historic Ice House, remodeled into a spacious and beautiful hunting lodge. Trust us, if you bring your spouse as a non-hunting guest she will not want to go home. The lodge is designed as a traditional Kansas Western style themed lodge, providing all the amenities of home along with that Kansas hospitality from Marti Kiser, lodge owner, and your host. Don’t worry about the food; Ms. Marti will make sure you eat western style cooking and have enough food for even the biggest appetite. A fully equipped kitchen is on site along with a washer and dryer for your convenience and a barbecue grill for grilling some turkey strips.

Non-Hunters are charged $120.00 a day for meals & lodging when space is available. Lodging starts Sunday Noon to Friday Noon
Meals start Sunday evening and end with brunch on Friday at Noon
Light continental breakfast served early am
A hot brunch will be served at 10:30-11:00 am
Full course Dinner after the evening hunt
The Ice House Lodge provides Coffee, Sweet, and Unsweetened Tea

Hunters arriving early before there scheduled hunt dates are subjected to a $120.00 a day for meals & Lodging charge, hunters that wish to stay over till the following morning after their hunt ends on Friday at noon will be charged $60.00 for their night stay {Lodging only}

All 5-day bow hunts start Sunday Noon to Friday Noon, please check in on your hunt at the address below on Sunday at 10:00 am.

Kansas Lodge Check-in Address
105 West 3rd Street
Hepler, KS 66746
Marti Kiser
Lodge Owner / Manager


Tony May

Guide and Booking


Edwin Harpole