I've hunted here Loshbough Hunting Range
3 times before. You can either stalk, hunt from stands or they can run them with dogs. Definately not long range shooting, although you could get 200 Yds if you are there before the shrubs leaf out.
They don't provide food, but have a fully outfitted kitchen in the guest house. I figure for the price difference, I can cook my own meals, or run the 15 miles to town.
There is a local processor that makes fantastic sausage, plus they vaccum pack the other cuts of meat.
I've found that if you shoot a big boar, they might taste gamey, but a sow tastes no different than store bought pork to me.
From Chicago, take 80/94 to 65 South, that gets you most of the way there.
Good down to earth people.
I'll sit in a stand overlooking a field one morning, and spot/stalk the rest of the time. The smallest one that I've taken has been right around 250#. Just take your time and hunt 'em like a wary whitetail.
I've seen them scent us at over 200 Yds and take off, never to be seen again.
Daniel has the key to the cooler at the processor, and they take the hog to the cooler ASAP if that's what you want. If you need to leave early the next day, they'll call the processor at home and get them working on it first thing the next morning. One year 3 of us had to leave Monday morning, and our 3 hogs were done @ 9:00 a.m., sausage and all.