About Kansas Trophy Outfitters
Guided Hunting Trips for Big Game & Exotic Animals
Like you, our founders are well-acquainted with the excitement that goes with getting up before the sun and heading out in pursuit of their prey. And they knew their 400-acre, four-season hunting preserve in Lyndon, Kansas would be the perfect place to invite hunters of all ages and skill levels to experience this same thrill.
A hunting excursion at Kansas Trophy Outfitters gives you the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take mature whitetail bucks, big rams, aoudad, ibex, elk, buffalo, watusi, and other exotics, 365 days a year.
Whether you’re out hunting on the preserve or just hanging out at the lodge, we make it our business to ensure your experience is enjoyable, relaxing, and never to be forgotten. From our world-class trophy animals, the beautiful Kansas scenery, and our lodge’s outstanding amenities and hospitality, every element of your hunting experience has been carefully curated to satisfy your desire to get away from it all and get out into the great outdoors.
What You Can Expect from Your Trophy Hunting Experience
- Large, Mature Trophy Animals
Choose your prey and use your favorite deer hunting rifle, bow, muzzleloader, or crossbow, or rent one from us. All our hunters are guaranteed a shot opportunity.
- Massive Hunting Lodge
Enjoy our recreation room, stocked farm pond, comfortable bedrooms that sleep up to 19, and hearty country lunches and dinners prepared fresh for you at Country Lakes Bed & Breakfast.
- Daily Hunting Excursions
Head out into the preserve and lay in wait in our hunting stands, where you overlook our wooded timber, open fields, creeks, and brushy draws.
- Universal Appeal
Kansas Trophy Outfitters is perfect for a weekend vacation, hunting trip with your buddies, or a family trip. While the hunters in your group seek out their trophy animal, the rest of the crew can visit Melvern Lake for outdoor recreation.
How to Find Us
Your ultimate hunting experience is located just outside Lyndon, Kansas, on US-75.
From Topeka, drive south on Highway 75.
From Kansas City International Airport, take I-29 South to I-35 South. After 91.7 miles, take exit 160. After 9.9 miles, continue onto KS-31 and proceed onto Highway 75 North.
From Tulsa, take I-244 East. Take exit 6B to merge onto Highway 75 North toward Bartlesville.
From anywhere else, use our handy map above to find your driving route. We welcome hunters from all over the United States, no hunting permits required.