Welcome to Wild Hill Preserve, the premier hunting preserve in the northeast, est. 1960
Located in the remote hills of West Fairlee, Vermont, Wild Hill is truly a sportsman's paradise. The swamps, streams, hills and open meadows provide an ideal natural habitat for game. Founded in 1960, Wild Hill is the oldest hunting preserve open to the public in the northeast United States and one of the oldest in the country.
Your host and guide is Bill Richter, one of the most experienced outdoorsmen in America. He has devoted a lifetime to his craft in Alaska, Canada and South America as a hunter, trapper, guide and bush pilot. He developed Wild Hill especially for the sportsman who expects something more from his hunt. By traveling a relatively short distance from home, a hunter can leave everyday cares behind and coexist with nature, testing his skills against his game in a true wilderness setting. Bill's knowledge and experience will assure you of an exciting and memorable hunt.
Dawn starts high adventure
Hunts include Russian boar, Red Stag, Elk, Buffalo, Fallow Deer, Ram and wild Goat.