CONTACT US

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Please contact us at Bryan Lodge 662-295-7224

Address:
Prairie Wildlife
6111 Old Vinton Road
West Point, Mississippi 39773

Lodge Manager:
Harry Pasisis
hpasisis@prairiewildlife.com

Lodge / Hunting Reservations: 662-295-7224

Prairie Wildlife is conveniently located at near equal distances from Memphis, Birmingham and Jackson. Part of our charm is being "off the beaten path", so we may not show up correctly on mapping sites or on your GPS. To make things easier, we're including these links from these three major cities to the intersection of Highway 50 and Barton Ferry Road. Once you reach this point, you'll follow the instructions under "Local Driving Direction" below, starting at the third bullet point. Underneath each map, we've also included a PDF with the directions (including the local driving instructions) that you can print out or save to your computer or tablet.

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Prairie Wildlife
Map & Directions

Map Coordinates:
N 33° 39' 15" – W 88° 34' 17"
GPS Coordinates:
N 33 39.256 – W 88 34.298

Local Driving Directions

  • Take US Highway 45 Alternate
    (MS Hwy. 25) to West Point
  • Travel east on MS Hwy 50
  • Turn north (left) onto Barton Ferry Road
  • Travel around the sharp curve (stay on Barton Ferry, now heading east)
  • Travel on past Prairie Livestock
  • Turn north (left) on to Douglas Lake Road
  • Travel to the end of Douglas Lake Road
  • Turn west (left) on to Vinton Road
  • Travel about a half mile on Vinton Road (heading west)
  • The Bryan Lodge sign and entrance will be on the left
  • Turn left at the lodge entrance sign and follow the road to Bryan Lodge.


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