Landowners with
Hunting Property to Lease

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Thinking about putting up your hunting land for lease?


Many landowners are realizing the value of leasing hunting rights to their huntable land for an additional income stream. We are constantly in search of quality hunting land for lease throughout the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin (we continue to expand our region, so opportunities in other states may exist soon).

We bring much more experience and benefits than other hunting lease companies. Our leasing agents have the hunting and agriculture experience to arrange these mutually beneficial agreements. Each property will be physically inspected, leaving you with a recommended lease value. Some of the benefits of using Base Camp Leasing are listed below.

If you are interested in seeing how our hunting land leases work, please fill out the form below so that we can contact you with the information. All of your information is kept confidential and will be given only to those who have interest in leasing your property upon initiation of our broker agreement.


Advantages of Leasing Your Hunting Property

  • Earn income from an otherwise unrealized source
  • Reduce crop damage through your hunters' Wildlife Management programs
  • Avoid dealing with feuds between different parties that hunt on your property for free
  • Eliminate trespassing and poaching
  • Allows for peace of mind knowing who will be hunting on your property
  • Liability insurance taken care of by Base Camp Leasing
  • Professionally written hunting land lease that includes a release of liability clause
  • Build strong relationships with respectful hunters
  • Keep the land from being sold and converted into housing developments
  • Base Camp Leasing takes care of the entire process

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