Boasting over 8,000 acres of land, the historic Whitehall Plantation stands as an example of a habitat that is welcoming to both wildlife and agriculture. From wild game to agricultural activities, including a sod operation, this plantation provides accessibility for a variety of activities to take place.

History:

Whitehall Plantation was established by Joseph White. He was a planter who decided to settle in these lands due to the fertility of the soils. Over the years, Whitehall Plantation has seen a lot of investment in its lands, as they provide the space for agricultural and recreational activities to take place, benefitting the community and its surroundings.

Interesting Facts:

  • Whitehall Plantation encompasses portions of the historic Lower Uchee Trail which runs aside what is now called Highway 26.
  • It is one of the finest Quail Plantations in the South.
  • It has been in a partnership with Tall Timbers Research Station for over 14 years to ensure wild quail hunting is done responsibly.
  • It is home to one of the largest privately-owned man-made lakes throughout all of Georgia.
  • There is also a 7.3 acre pond, various other ponds, and approximately 3.6 miles of Rocky Creek and 1.3 miles of Crooked Creek run through the property.