• 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