The word Kankakee conjures visions of duck filled skies in the minds of waterfowl hunters who have read about the historic Indiana region of the Mississippi Flyway--and also for a select few who have been fortunate enough to hunt there. It is one of the great names in North American waterfowl history.
Kankakee Marsh Hunt Club invites the outdoor enthusiast to visit the ultimate hunting experience. Nestled in Northern Indiana (Starke and LaPorte counties), only the highest quality facilities are offered. The Kankakee Marsh Hunt Club is dedicated to high standards and the ethical pursuit of game and the preservation of wildlife habitat.
Back in the 1800’s, hunters came from other states and other countries to test their hunting skills in the famous Grand Kankakee Marsh. The abundance of furred animals and waterfowl were legendary. This legendary wildlife is just as populated today as in years before. The center of this legendary hunting area is The Kankakee Marsh Hunt Club.
Hunting is superb. Over 1200 acres of owned hunting ground including 700 acres of flooded corn, 20 duck blinds and 35 deer stands coupled with the availability of 2400 acres of the Kankakee Game Preserve, make The Kankakee Marsh Hunt Club not only one of the biggest but also the best hunting club in the Midwest. Turkey, dove, duck, geese, deer…its all there. And its only a short drive from major Midwest cities and towns.
Kankakee Marsh Hunt Club strives to insure the outdoor sportsman has the opportunity to pursue, hunting, archery and shooting sports all connected with nature and other outdoor activities-all while fellowshipping with other who share the same recreational lifestyle. We are committed to maintaining only the highest standards and ethics in promoting outdoor recreational sports.