Peacock Plantation has been carefully conserved and managed by one family for the last 45 years. Its land management plan has been modelled on historic Plantation Belt plantations that value wildlife habitat, natural beauty, and year-round recreational enjoyment. A professional timber operation provides revenue that is projected to continue to increase along with the value of Southern pine lumber. Additional revenue is produced by offering paid day and overnight shoots through the Peacock Plantation Shooting Preserve.

Peacock Plantation

This is an unusual opportunity to own 1,471 acres and an established hunting operation in the lush coastal plains of Southwest Georgia, at a competitive price!

Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation

Peacock Plantation is approached by a smooth dirt road that winds through a treed canopy—a view that has not changed much for the past 100 years. Visitors are impressed immediately by the plantation’s view shed of green open space dotted by a pond and wetlands usually frequented by great blue herons and snowy egrets. Hunters, hikers, cyclist and birders alike enjoy miles of a walkable and bikeable trail system that winds through Southern pine and hardwood forests, wetlands and ponds, and offers encounters with wild turkeys, resident and migratory birds, raptors, and white-tailed deer. The Georgia Ornithological Society inventoried more than 50 local species during a 2017 spring bird count at the Peacock Plantation.

Peacock Plantation
"When I see a “stand alone” plantation just outside of the main belts it immediately tells me that there really is something uniquely special about the place. The hunting is usually exceptional and the place usually has a ton of character. I wasn’t disappointed with Peacock Plantation. While it’s not exactly in the “quail belt”, it joins many high quality properties located on Warrior Creek so I is in a good neighborhood. There is certainly something special about this area, particularly the game flow it commands. Peacock Plantation in particular has vast stands of longleaf and wiregrass, enormous hardwood bottoms, and is steeped in history. Peacock Plantation will certainly exceed your expectations as it did mine.”
- Jon Kohler

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FALL quail hunting at Peacock Plantation was immortalized in a painting by prominent wildlife artist C.D. Clarke. The plantation also boasts a 50-acre dove field. An abundant, biologically diverse wiregrass ecosystem provides a quail hunter’s paradise, accessible to major metropolitan centers (Atlanta, Savannah, Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Gainesville) and within a few hours’ drive of six airports.

Peacock Plantation
WINTERTIME at Peacock Plantation’s Warrior Creek deer habitat brings opportunities to deer hunting visitors, including a proud 15-year-old who bagged his first trophy buck in the winter of 2017. Duck hunters have taken wood ducks, mergansers and mallards during south Georgia’s duck hunting season.

Peacock Plantation
By MARCH, Turkey hunters and bird lovers are entertained by a chorus of gobbling from the plantation’s thriving turkey population. SPRINGTIME visitors are visually inspired by most of the wildflower populations found in the Georgia Coastal Plains, including the brilliant yellow fields of carnivorous pitcher plants and violet swaths of wild irises.

Fishing the pristine Warrior Creek is relaxing sport in the SUMMER and year-round, as is observing the several species of owls that hunt the primordial cypress forests along the slowly winding tributary.

"I look at high quality land every day. Peacock has some of the nicest timber stands, native ground cover, and eco-tones of any quail plantation I have seen. Its been very, very well taken care of. It has been loved and its resources haven’t been overly consumed.”

- Jon Kohler

New Pricing - $4,999,000


  • 1,471+/- acre Historical Quail Plantation on Famed Warrior Creek that includes wildlife habitat, working forests, 16 quail-hunting courses, riparian areas, wetlands and managed ponds, as well as irrigated fields located in Colquitt County, GA
  • Lodge designed by classical architect Frank McCall, notable for building some of Sea Island’s most treasured homes. (See “The Architecture of Frank McCall, Jr: A Complete Designer in the Classical Tradition,” by Mitchell William Robert, Jr.). A commercial-style kitchen supports meals for up to 10 invited or paying guests. 
  • Three guest houses: a Frank McCall-designed cabin with two bedrooms and two baths adjacent to the Lodge; a three-bedroom, two-bathroom mid-century home; and a one-bedroom, one-bath modular home that currently serves as the office.
  • Two barns with workshop and equipment storage facilities and a 14-run dog kennel.
  • Extensive water features, wetlands and riparian land: 11 ponds from 1.4 to nine acres (two ponds support duck-hunting); 2.75 miles along the Warrior Creek.
  • Sections of forestland planted in commercial-grade loblolly, slash and longleaf pine.
  • 85 acres of irrigated agricultural land that also supports a dove field, suitable for horse or cattle pastures or row crops.
  • 16 different soils on the property; Four soils are indicated “prime farmland”; six are designated “farmland of state wide importance”
  • Located in the heart of Southwest Georgia’s pine belt, within a 20-minute drive of Moultrie, and 15 minutes from Interstate 75. Thomasville and Albany are both within a one-hour drive, and Atlanta is three hours away. 
  • One of the most beautiful and diverse plantations in SW Georgia
  • Exceptional deer and turkey
  • Warrior Creek is one of the most prolific wildlife river corridors noted for producing exceptional game flow and excellent genetics


Jon Kohler