A legacy in its own right, Red Pebble Plantation has built its reputation on family values, integrity, and the tradition of Southern heritage and hospitality.
The land was deeded "Red Pebble Farms" to Walter McGarr in the early 1930's and there is evidence in the terrain where the name is derived. An abundance of iron ore in the earth produced granular red pebbles that still pave some of the roads throughout the hunting preserve. Frank McGarr, grandson of Walter and proprietor of the property today, had a vision. He set out on a quest to cultivate the land and build a hunting operation like no other east of the Mississippi. Red Pebble Plantation evolved from an idea passed down three generations.
Red Pebble prides itself on offering the finest tradition of hunting bobwhite quail, whitetail deer, wild boar hogs, turkey, and dove in the Southeast. The hunts are timeless, classic, and authentic, professionally guided and managed to ensure “quality hunting, southern style.” Nestled in approximately 3000 acres of South Georgia long leaf pines, wiregrass, and open sage, the preserve guarantees privacy and comfort. As guests arrive to relax to "blue-sky" thinking with minimal distractions, they are welcomed like family and treated the same. The 7,000 square foot lodge makes their stay memorable and pleasurable, comfortably accommodating as many as eighteen.
At Red Pebble Plantation, the bar is raised as a host of outdoor amenities are featured and included in the hunting experience. Fully stocked fish ponds, target and wobble trap skeet ranges, and a seated stone fire pit to relive the day's hunt are just a few to name. Hosting parties, receptions, and corporate events is a service that Red Pebble offers as well.
The family roots run deep at Red Pebble, and the staff and management are professionally qualified to provide the hunting enthusiasts with an outdoor paradise, southern home-style meals, and exceptional accommodations. Become a part of the legacy of Red Pebble Plantation. Book your experience today!