South Georgia

Quail Hunting

At Its Best.....

Visit and experience Georgia's premiere quail hunting in the traditional Southern Style. Your hunt will be conducted from our specially designed four person buggies. You will be accompanied by our professional hunting guides and a selection of our well-trained hunting dogs as you pursue the native bobwhite quail.

Our first rate lodge generously accommodates up to forty guests in our comfortably appointed bedrooms, each with a private bath. Your overnight visit will include morning and afternoon hunts as well as a full plantation breakfast and lunch. The day will conclude with a social time for relaxing followed by a delicious evening meal. Our facilities offer the space and scenery for corporate events, weddings and other social engagements.

Southern Woods Plantation is located four miles south of Sylvester, Georgia amid the towering Georgia pines yet only thirty minutes from the commercial airport in Albany, Georgia. Please browse our website to learn more.

Where do you go to hunt quail?  The Bobwhite Belt of South Georgia, that’s where.  Hunting the “Prince of Game Birds” is a fine southern tradition and is part of our heritage here at Southern Woods Plantation.  For this reason, a hunting experience with us is unlike any other.  It’s not merely our geography, it’s our history that makes the difference.

Our many acres of natural pine trees which have existed in their current condition for 100 years make a perfect home for the indigenous Bobwhite Quails that live and breed on our land.  Our guides walk this land with a love of nature and passion for the hunt.  They walk the ground as though they were in their own back yard, knowing every covey by name.

To aide you in your hunt, Southern Woods Plantation offers specially designed four-person buggies.  These buggies are ideal for shuttling hunters along with their gear and their guide.  It’s southern comfort and good hunting.

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