Luneack Nature Preserve

This nature preserve was transferred to HeadWaters by The Nature Conservancy (TNC) in October 2017. It is almost 580 acres in size and encompasses Little Ward Lake. It is made up of many different ecosystem types and is home to an abundance of wildlife such as bear, deer, coyote, bobcat as well as a variety of birds.

Keep your eyes open for possible events held at the preserve.



2020 Deer Hunting Program

Attention: All of our hunting slots for 2020 have been filled.

You may still submit an application if you wish and it will be used as back up in case any current hunter decides to back out. 

Thank you for your time and understanding.

All applications need to be filled out completely and accurately and be sent with the signed 2nd sheet of the ‘rules and guidelines’ to qualify to hunt at the Luneack Nature Preserve. Application period: June 9th through July 15th. Applications will be accepted on a first come first serve basis and may be submitted by email or mail. You will be notified by email if your application is accepted after the application period has ended.


Hunting Rules and Guidelines

Safety and Consideration Suggestions