3192 EBENEZER FOREST ROAD« Return to Listings
GARLAND , NC 28441
The George Hi Quail Hunt can be supplemented with ducks and pheasants. Essentially, you can choose what type of hunt you want and customize your experience. Refer to the price index below regarding the cost of extra ducks or pheasants. George Hi offers additional services and amenities for recreation, spousal activities, and airport shuttle arrangements. Every room in the Plantation House has a custom rack for your good guns. And there're cleaning kits available. We keep a stock of the best 12 and 20 Ga, loaded with #7 1/2 and #8, of course.
There's a place for the modern here. The facilities were redone, top to bottom, just last autumn. New kitchens, freshly-decorated common rooms and quarters.
But the George Hi Plantation has been a working farm since long before the War of Secession. The main house was up in 1855 and some of the out buildings go back to the 18th century. The Plantation's bird stock has been replenished and nurtured each year for a couple of decades. The hunting sites are in haying fields, stands of Loblolly pine, among the rows of beans and clumps of sorghum and milo-Hundreds of acres of them. You can hunt for a week and never repeat a spot and never leave the Plantation. They'll be plenty of time to rejoin the 21st Century...but now just now, thank you. The George Hi is the real thing. Life here is what so many newcomers are trying to replicate. But this is an original, from back when The South was young. The proprietors, Charles DuBose, father and son, have Carolina roots back to the 17th Century. And the senior, known as Jack, has more stories of The South than his relative, the famed Southern story-teller DuBose Heyward. Fireside nights are not always card games or TV. The New Lodge was built in 2005 and will accommodate 14 visiting hunters. Our own chef prepares three hearty meals each day. Beverages are available, or guests may bring their own. To reserve the house exclusively for your group (minimum of eight) on the days you prefer, we advise calling or writing to us early.