People come from all over the world to visit White Oak Pastures in Bluffton, Georgia. This is rural South Georgia, where accommodations are few and far-reaching, not to mention sometimes inconvenient. It didn’t take us long to realize we wanted to provide a comfortable, quiet, convenient haven for our guests to come and stay awhile! We have four cabins, a larger Pond House, and the downtown Southern Red Oak House to lodge in as you enjoy our farm, dining, tours, workshops, and more.
White Oak Pastures is a fifth-generation family farm. We have honored those before us by naming four of our cabins after our ancestors who have shaped this farm over the last 150 years. You may choose the Bama Hamilton, Virgil Redding, Beulah Bell, or Sam Fordham cabins, or for larger parties, we have our Pond House and the Southern Red Oak House (check out photos below).
Our cabins on the farm are stocked with our very own pasture-raised chicken eggs to enjoy for breakfast, along with your coffee made in the Keurig. For the few who are not coffee drinkers, we have some bottled water waiting for you in the refrigerator. If your prefer a more filling breakfast to start your busy day on the farm, you may want to visit our Food Truck next to the General Store.
Each cabin is equipped with air conditioning and heat. If you need anything from mosquito spray to snacks, you can stop by our General Store for any supplies,
If your family prefers other entertainment, you can send them on to several of our local attractions, including:
- Visit Providence Canyon, also known as Georgia's "Little Grand Canyon"
- Stop by Still Pond Vineyards and Winery to try everything from muscadine wine to mead to brandy
- Explore Kolomoki Mounds State Park, the site of what were once the largest Native American settlement north of Mexico (just down the street from our farm!)
- Spend some time at Richland Rum, a single-estate rum distillery
- Visit the Omaha Brewing Company tasting room, just south of Columbus
After a busy day, you’re again invited to our Dining Room at the General Store before you “retire” back to your cozy cabin. Most of our accommodations don't have TV or WI-FI, which most our our guests actually appreciate as a "digital detox". Relax and unplug before another good night’s sleep, brought on by the fresh country air!
Interested in our on-farm accommodations?
Southern Red Oak House
Pine Forest Cabins