The Home Camp lodge is, indeed, partly constructed of adobe bricks. Originally built in 1982-83 by Pedro Contreras, San Felipe, Gto., Mexico, the facility has been added onto a couple of times. It now has six bedrooms and three bathrooms. Hunters stay two-to-a-room, and each two rooms share a bathroom. Our best number is eight deer hunters or ten turkey hunters, but if you count every bed in the place, we could sleep 16. For deer season, we have an overnight staff of five - four guides and the cook.
Below is a collection of photos of the complex. Just click on an image to enlarge it and learn what the photo is all about.