Tony Stewart, the retired NASCAR driver, plans to open up Hidden Hollow Ranch for guided hunts. His 414-acre property is located just west of Columbus Ind. The ranch is expected to be open in time for the start of Indiana’s turkey hunting season, which is April 26 through May 14.
He also has plans to have guided fishing tours and guided deer hunt tours in the future.
The property will continue to be a private residence; however, paying guests in groups up to 12 will get to stay overnight in Stewart’s primary residence, which boasts six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, four fireplaces, and a bowling alley in the basement. It is valued at $3.5 million.
All of the guided hunts for turkey season this year have already been sold to Browning Trail Cameras for a corporate event.
Stewart told The Columbus Republic that he’s currently working on a website to market the hunting and fishing trips; those that apply will have to undergo background checks before they are approved. There is no word at this time how much it will cost to go on a guided hunt and stay at Hidden Hollow Ranch.
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