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Dakota Game Lodge, newly remodled and renovated, is located in a quiet rural setting and has all the accommodations you need to make your stay as simple as possible. The lodge includes a game room featuring a bar, pool table, two flat screen tv's and two sofa's; a comfortable living room complete with a fireplace, sofa and a flat screen TV. We offer a fully furnished kitchen with a stove/oven, dishwasher, refrigerator and plenty of space for any supplies you’d like to bring along. Our beautiful dining room features mounts by Dead Head Taxidermy. Our Dakota Game Lodge Convenience store is located right inside the entrance and is available to provide our customers with any of those small things they may have forgot or don't want to drive 15 miles to the nearest town to get.

With two full bathrooms and four bedrooms, our Dakota Game Lodge can comfortably accommodate 10 people. If you have a party with more than 10 people, tents and RVs are also welcome.

   Wondering about accommodation for your four legged companion at Dakota Game Lodge? We provide four 5’x5’x6’ boarding kennels in our heated shop. Your dogs can rest from a long day of hunting with a room to stretch out. Please note, pets are not allowed in the lodge.

   You'll also have access to our trap shooting range. Test your skills, break in a new gun or just enjoy firing off a few rounds on our Atlas Wobble Trap Thrower. For those who live in the area, the trap shooting range is available to rent whenever the lodge is not booked.

   We can accommodate your party with ANY special requests or needs, including transportation. We take pride in providing a highly tailored experience for hunters and travelers alike.



Pictured from left to right:

Front Row: Sarah Wesch, Kris Scherr, Jessica Scherr and Kendra Scherr.

Back Row: Cody Wesch, Steve Scherr, Bryan Scherr, and Caleb Scherr.

Dakota Game Lodge was established in 2012. The lodge is currently owned by Steve and Kris Scherr who purchased the lodge from their son Bryan, the original owner, in 2018.  

Steve and Kris spent their life milking cows and raising crops until 2005 when they started their own seed company. After selling the seed company in 2015 they ventured into the hunting world with a kennel to breed and train Vizslas.  In 2018 they had the opportunity to combine their hunting dogs with the kennel.

Steve and Kris have 6 children: Bryan (Jessica) Scherr, Lori (David) Hettick, Kayla Pietz, Sarah (Cody) Wesch, Kevin (Jade) Scherr, and Crystal (Ulises) Duran.  They are the proud grandparents of 14 grand children!

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