Alexacarri Plantation consists of over 975 acres of river bottomland on the Ocmulgee River near Abbeville, Georgia. The property has over three miles of frontage on the Ocmulgee River and has several sloughs and oxbow lakes on the property. Towering cypress, pine, oak, and tupelo trees line these waterways. Since its creation in 2000, Alexacarri Plantation has been managed for whitetail deer using guidelines outlined by the Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA). This management approach has resulted in 65 acres of food plots and wildlife openings dotting the plantation. The beautiful facilities of Alexicarri Plantation consist of the Main Lodge, which is a hand-hewn post-and-beam log cabin with four bedrooms and four bathrooms. Complete with a full kitchen and satellite TV, the main lodge provides the ultimate in comfort during your stay. After your hunt, you can gather on the deck next to the outdoor fireplace to share the day's hunt stories with your friends. The Bunkhouse provides comfortable lodging for up to (6) guests in a communal sleep setting. It has a full bathroom and partial kitchen. With a large patio complete with picnic table and fire pit outside its doors, this area serves as the gathering spot for hunting stories around the campfire. A skinning shed complete with walk-in cooler is on the grounds, along with equipment sheds and shop. A complete brick BBQ pit is designed to handle up to four whole hogs. The design will allow you to put your meat on in the morning, stoke the fire a couple of times and continue enjoying your time at Alexacarri Plantation without watching over the meat. The Okmulgee Indians once inhabited the lands upon which Alexacarri Plantation now resides. What once attracted these Native Americans to this fertile river bottomland, now attracts guests to Alexacarri Plantation... fertile soils, an abundance of game animals and fishing. Whitetail deer, turkey, quail, rabbits, squirrels, and various duck species still flourish on Alexacarri Plantation. Additionally, various migratory birds species such as swallow-tail kites, indigo buntings, sand hill cranes, and wood storks are abundant during the spring and summer seasons. Feral hogs were introduced into the river swamps along the Ocmulgee River and their populations have exploded. Many sows can have up to three litters a year and average 8-10 piglets per litter. Considered a non-game animal in Georgia, feral hogs can be hunted year-round. One of the most famous inhabitants of this region, Hogzilla grew up further south along the Ocmulgee River basin near Alapaha, Georgia. Though many color phases of feral hogs exist on Alexacarri Plantation, the most dominant color seen will be black. Most of these feral hogs will average around 100 pounds though you may encounter some mature boars that weigh in excess of 250 pounds.