Dove Heaven Lodge
Lodge One- is our biggest lodge at over 3,000 square feet and features five bedrooms with 22 full-size beds, two full-size bathrooms, big screen TV and spacious living/kitchen area.
Lodge Two- is 2,250 square feet and has five bedrooms, 15 twin XL beds, big screen TV, kitchen/living area and two bathrooms. A 1,500 square foot outdoor wooden/tin covered patio accompanies the lodge.
Lodge Three- is 1,440 square feet with three bedrooms, two bathrooms with big tile showers and nine twin beds with living/kitchen area and spacious front porch.
Lodge Four- Similar to Lodge 3 is 1,440 square feet with three bedrooms, two bathrooms with tile showers and eight twin beds. The lodge has a large kitchen/living area and spacious front porch.
- Dove Heaven also features a 4,500 square foot covered patio, great for events and parties. All hunters will eat in our new 2,600 square foot air-conditioned indoor pavilion which features a full size kitchen, big screen TV, tables and chairs for 80 people and an accompanying 1,600 square foot wrap-around porch.
- All houses furnished with refrigerator/freezers, coffee makers and simple toiletries
- Gratuities for guides, cooks, staff are greatly appreciated.
Call us at (210) 535-2739 for more information.
We take pride in our business and do our very best to make sure every hunter has a quality hunt and feels right at home. Our staff at Double H Outfitters is here to help you in anyway possible!
For this 2016-2017 dove season we have changed all our farming practices for the purpose of attracting doves. We have planted over 1150 acres of farmland in black oil sunflowers. Being one of the few outfitters that have sunflowers in Central, Special White-Wing and South Zones along with the proper hunting pressure management we are able to provide quality hunts throughout the hunting season. We are the only outfitter that has sunflowers in San Antonio, Cibolo and New Braunfels. Our fields are located on the outskirts of San Antonio, Cibolo La Coste, Lytle, D'Hanis, Devine, Dilley, Knippa, and Pearsall. The fields hunted are either fllyways, sunflowers or wheat.