LandTrust partners with landowners looking for ways to increase income from their land. How? We utilize a similar shared-economy platform that made Airbnb a global success and put it to work for you. You get paid for allowing hunters, fishermen and women, outdoor enthusiasts, and photographers on your land.
LandTrust elevates landowners’ management of more than just “fall friends” by attracting interest in land use during all hunting seasons, creating new recreational interest, and developing demand where there was little. Your family, land, and communities all benefit.
More Turkeys, Fewer TrophiesExpand your reach of hunters and times to hunt with a wider offering than just that big buck. Many of our landowners increase their income significantly by expanding their offering to include turkeys, ducks, geese, pheasants, quail, grouse, coyotes, prairie dogs, hogs and a variety of fishing opportunities.
1M+ New Consumers Want
Beyond the HuntYour property is amazing. Share the uniqueness with an ever growing population of consumers seeking wide-open spaces, getting back to nature, and slowing down. Use your land for photography, stargazing, floating down the river, experience a round-up, and so much more.
Listen to Katelyn and her dad, Chuck, share how Storey Hereford Ranch has used LandTrust to simply and safely add income to their operation through hosting hunters.
Learn how other landowners promote their property – and make more money – by making it available for recreational use. Then discover how you can invite people to access your land’s greater potential.
I would advise any other producer that I know to look into LandTrust. There's no time limit on LandTrust, try it a year and if you don't like it, you can stop anytime, but if you do like it, make some money & take some worries away. It's that simple.
Chuck hosts sportsmen on LandTrust for the additional income it provides for his family.
With LandTrust, I set the rules for my property and accept the sportsmen that I trust. I’m able to stay in control of my land, and meet sportsmen who respect my land as much as I do.
JD hosts sportsmen on LandTrust for the control it provides over traditional door knocking leases.
Working with LandTrust has been amazing because my dad has trusted me to do and try things that generations above him would have said "absolutely not."
Katelyn hosts sportsmen on LandTrust to gain additional income for her family and trust from her dad.
The survival of family ranches and farms often lies in the different ways you work the land for profit. You’ve used your land for farming, ranching, and occasional hunting. At LandTrust, we see recreational use as today’s way of keeping land undeveloped while still generating money. The emergence of the “shared economy” (Uber), new and evolved platforms (Airbnb), mobile internet ubiquity, and more than a year of lockdown have created the perfect situation for pairing memorable outdoor experiences with people seeking access.
That is where landowners and LandTrust come in. You have the land and opportunity to create experiences, and we have the marketplace to sell those experiences. We are looking for partners who see their land differently—for its great potential not just for harvesting or leasing, but for hosting and even supporting their community.
If you sign up before May 1, 2021, you keep 90%, instead of 85%, of your property’s booking revenue. LandTrust earns 10% commission for bringing you customers, a reservation management system, and insurance.
Will hosting hunters really make me money?
Can I pick who comes to hunt? How do I trust they will respect my land?
How do I get paid?
I'm rarely on my land, do I need to be there when sportsmen arrive?
Can my friends and family use LandTrust to schedule a hunt?