Tag Archives: Georgia Hunting Clubs

Portal Hunting Club, Long County

On the edge of the Bulltown Swamp where Long, McIntosh, and Liberty counties meet, is this cinderblock clubhouse. Though the structure dates to 1956, a group of men from Portal, Georgia, started the Portal Hunting Club in 1900. It’s one of the oldest hunting clubs in Georgia [maybe the oldest].

Notchaway Coon Hunters Association, Edison

Lamar Sanders writes: This was the old American Legion building that has been there since my memories of the 1950’s. We had square dances, senior proms, and family reunions in this building.

Crisp Coed Hunting Club, Baldwin County

Meriwether GA Baldwin County Crisp Coed Outdoorsmen Hunting Club Clubhouse Budweiser Sign Toyota Truck Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing North Georgia USA 2015

Meriwether is right in the middle of some of Georgia’s best hunting land.

Crisp Coed Hunting Club Meriwether GA Baldwin County Mud Toyota Pickup Truck 1990s Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing North Georgia USA 2015

Hunting Cabins, Emanuel County

Hunting Cabins Old Houses Conjoined Emanuel County GA Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2014

These old houses were relocated here for use as cabins.

Red Hunting Cabin Old Farmhouse Vernacular Architecture Emanuel County GA Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2014

Georgian Cottage, Bristol

bristol ga gablefront farmhouse photograph copyright brian brown vanishing south georgia usa 2010

This is now part of the Headwaters Hunting Club.

Notchaway Hunting Club, Terrell County

notchaway hunting club terrell county ga photograph copyright brian brown vanishing south georgia usa 2010

Bobtown Hunting Club, Tibet

tibet-ga-bobtown-hunting-club-photograph-copyright-brian-brown-vanishing-south-georgia-usa-2010

Trelice Swindell writes: This house was owned by Charles Easterling’s parents….part of it was an original log cabin. Roger Easterling adds: This house was originally owned by Charles Milton Easterling, and then Ernest Easterling. The log cabin portion was built around 1850 according to Charlie Easterling .