When it comes to hunting, roughing it's kind of a pain, but too much luxury and you'll spend all your time in the spa, making yourself look good enough to eat. Strike a bloody balance, at Wildcat Creek Quail Hunting Lodge. Recently built and just handsomely expanded, Wildcat's a family-run, comfortable-but-not-ostentatious lakefront resort specializing in all-inclusive hunting packages, situated about 130 miles ENE of Big D on 830 managed acres on the south end of Detroit, Texas, where people don't stop believing...in creationism. Upon arrival, you're put up in a rustic lodge room with double queen beds & wireless 'net; after a Southern-style breakfast, you'll head out on a full- or half-day bush-bird hunt complete with a field lunch, kill cleaning, pro guides, retriever dogs, and silent-but-deadly electric buggy transport, as seen on the popular blog "Stuff White Hunters Like". Upon your glorious return, you'll get plenty o' beers, plus a hearty gourmet meal (steak, stuffed mushrooms, garlic mashed potatoes, the occasional mahi mahi) cooked by a culinary school grad, after which you can hit up the hunters' lounge for pool, cards, and satellite TV, without which, come late-night you'll be stuck watching Phil Hellmuth play cards. You can also tack on bonus activities: hog & deer hunts, lake or stream fishing w/ rented rods or bows, clay & rifle ranges, or a "3D Archery Range" with dummy animals. If you're ill-equipped for adventure, you can pre-order nearly everything you need from their new pro shop, including brush pants, boots, shells, even blaze orange hats/vests/jackets with optional monogramming -- though after your time in the rose-petal sauna, all people will read is YUM.