The rugged chop hills that make Ballyneal one of the top golf courses in the country are now home to a premiere American upland hunting experience. Ballyneal is set in the midst of thousands of acres of native grasses; as well as fields of corn, millet, and sorghum that provide a perfect nesting environment for dozens of varieties of wild birds, dominated by the trophy Chinese ring-necked rooster pheasant. Ballyneal offers exclusive access to this hunting land plus knowledgeable, professional guides and gun dogs that will make your hunt a world-class experience unlike any other.
We are proud to announce the opening of the Ballyneal Hunt Club, featuring a state-of-the-art clays facility with a 5-stand and unique 10-station shooting course that winds through the chop hills. The Club is fully
equipped for exciting and unique pheasant hunts. Pheasant hunting in Colorado doesn’t get any better than Ballyneal Hunt Club.
Pheasant season is November 12th – January 31st.
In addition to wild pheasant hunts, Ballyneal offers a preserve hunting experience October through April. The preserve hunting is on Ballyneal land either in or adjacent to the Chop Hills. These hunts will be for released ring-necked pheasant and include the same quality guides and birds.
Ballyneal Hunt Club is open to the public and Membership is not required; however Ballyneal Members receive preferred access and rates. Hunters are not required to have a license for preserve land hunts, but a license is required for wild bird hunting.
No matter your experience or skill level, Ballyneal Hunt Club has plenty to offer for everyone.
For further information regarding hunting experiences at Ballyneal Hunt Club, please fill out the following form or contact Matt Zilla, Hunt Club Manager/Field Specialist, at (970)580-7199. We will respond to your inquiry as soon as possible. Happy hunting!