Photos of George Hi Plantation
A large tract of land along the Cohaire River was originally granted by the King of England to the George Highsmith family. The DuBose family eventually acquired the plantation and for generations have called it the George Hi Plantation in honor of the original owner.
The records show that the plantation was hunted for quail prior to the Civil War, and for the last 50 years, the DuBose family has caringly managed George Hi as a truly southern quail hunting experience for guests, friends and family.
The hunting operation is supported by almost 1000 acres of mature quail habitat, experienced guides, well-trained hunting dogs, a new 5 stand for shooting clay targets, an 1855 guest house, an eight bedroom Lake Lodge with waterfront gazebo, a private chef, and a dedicated staff to ensure our guests enjoy the perfect southern hunting plantation experience.
Every year, from October through March, the family opens this spectacular property to hunters from across the nation who come for some of the best quail hunting in the south.