Links

Here at Young’s Lodge, we know that word of mouth recommendations are the best kind a business can get and that is why we are proud to link to our friends in the Macon area. Here you will find links to outdoor articles, hunting items, local news, equine events, trail riding information and even our best local restaurants  While you enjoy your stay with us, make sure that if you check out some of our friends by clicking the links to their pages, and if they have something you need we will help you to get it.

Dan Stefanich Outdoors – Dan enjoys sharing his passion of the outdoors with family and friends. You can view his published articles as well as many personal adventures on his website.

Hunters Haven – Visit their Facebook page through this link, and see that they offer the best firearms and ammunition in our local area.

Lolli Brothers – A family owned Auction Company in operation since 1947 that specializes in the sales of Exotic and Domestic Livestock, Award Winning Taxidermy, Historical Artifacts, Collectible Sporting Goods and Old West Memorabilia.

Macon County Home Press – Local news and editorial.

Nate Gordon – Enjoy the music of this local talent here at our lodge.

Recess Inn – Another beautifully historic bed and breakfast renovated from a schoolhouse, located in Ethel, Missouri.

AJ’s Eat & Drink  – The sister restaurant to AJ’s, known as The Pear Tree Restaurant was destroyed by a fire in the early morning of November 29, 2012. Due to it’s closing,  will be adding some of the Pear Tree menu items to our AJ’s menu in the near future.

West Winery – West Winery is a small North Central Missouri Winery located in downtown Macon, Missouri. The winery was started August 2007 with the hopes that Macon County would enjoy a local winery.

If you would like to recommend links to be included on our friends list, please send the URL and a brief comment about the relevancy and usefulness of the site to webmaster@youngslodge.com (although, please note that we cannot guarantee to add the link you recommend).