Welcome to the Beaver Creek Rendezvous
The Beaver Creek Rendezvous is a hunt for disabled hunters. Volunteers and guides with the Rendezvous take care of every need of the hunters and one companion. The only thing hunters need is transportation to the hunt and their hunting license, the Beaver Creek Rendezvous crew take care of the rest.
An avid hunter, Leonard Livingston was diagnosed with MS in 1977 and spent several years in a wheelchair. Ten years later, he was invited to participate in an exclusive antelope hunt for the disabled. Every year since then he has volunteered as a guide for Helluva Hunt in Wyoming
Fulfilling a dream. Ever since his experience in 1987 Leonard wanted to start his own deer hunt for the disabled hunter. So in 2001 Leonard along with two close friends Scott Birkenuel and Sam Denney decided to start Beaver Creek Rendezvous in Southeastern Montana. This hunting experience is for those with disability who enjoy the adventures of hunting mule deer, white tail and even Spring turkey
The area, located in Carter County in Southeastern Montana has beautiful natural scenery that includes Carter County Museum, Medicine Rocks State Park, Long Pines and Ekalaka Park.
Feel free to look around our website to find out all about the Beaver Creek Rendezvous. If you wish to find out how you can help or sign-up as a hunter visit our Contact page. To learn more about the hunt itself visit the About page. Enjoy.