Dorchester Shooting Preserve features more than 5,000 acres of quail habitat that have been quality managed for more than a decade. Cooler weather in October ushers in the much-anticipated beginning of quail season that will last through March.
Fun, social, friendly…these are three of the reasons pickleball has become one of the fastest-growing sports in America. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but it can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.
June heralds the arrival of Megalops atlanticus, better known as the Tarpon or Silver King. Their arrival is anticipated by a few hardy anglers who have an addiction that cannot easily be explained.
Thrilling ways to explore the barrier islands’ hidden gem.
The latest issue of Virginia Sportsman features an excellent article about the abundance of year-round fishing opportunities in and around The Ford Plantation.
No matter how you prefer to drop a line, The Ford Plantation has the perfect vessel for you to go fish.
Successful hunts can hinge on the skill and intuition of the dogs as much as the eye and reflexes of the hunter.
Nestled in a fishing sweet spot between the Ogeechee River and the Atlantic Ocean, The Ford Plantation provides the opportunity to fish for both freshwater and saltwater species, making it a true fisherman’s paradise.
Naturalist Brittany Rigelwood recently passed the exam to earn her “6-pack” or “Charterboat Captain’s License.”
The Ford Plantation was recently featured in “Where To Golf Next,” a weekly newsletter that covers all the aspects of golf travel with one mantra: Would I Play There Again?