Cabins At White Oak Pastures
Stay with us: Radically Traditional Farming
You have an open invitation to visit our farm.
We are fiercely proud of what we do at White Oak Pastures, so we invite you to come to see our work, meet our family, and spend the night in one of our on-farm accommodations in South Georgia. We like to describe this feeling as A Bold Return to Giving a Damn.
Conscious consumers want to know how their food is produced, and we believe farms and food companies should operate with full transparency.
People from all over the world visit our farm, but accommodations in the region can be inconvenient or severely limited. That's why we offer four cozy cabins, a Pond House, and three houses in downtown Bluffton to stay in as you explore South Georgia and enjoy our farm.
Looking for a stay in your RV? Check out our new RV park, just off Highway 27!
- White Oak Pastures is a real, live working farm. This means that depending on which accommodation you choose, you may be driving on a dirt road to get there. You may wake up to cattle, sheep and goats, hogs, or poultry roaming just outside of your door. And although we do our best to make our accommodations free of any uninvited guests, you may also occasionally encounter bugs (who are trying to enjoy life in the countryside, just like you).
- You can dine and shop in downtown Bluffton. Our General Store offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and you can stock up on everything from bug spray to snacks for the road. Read more about what to expect during your stay.
- Most of our cabins do not have TV or Wi-Fi. We find most of our guests actually enjoy this change of pace as a “digital detox” from busy everyday life. We hope you will disconnect from your devices and connect with nature. Don’t worry: if you do need it, free Wi-Fi is available at our General Store.
- Our on-farm accommodations are certainly pet friendly! We do ask that dogs are kept on leashes while out exploring the farm because we do have guard dogs that roam and protect our herds and flocks from sharp tooth predators. There are a couple of places on the walking tour such as the processing abattoirs that we cannot allow pets.
- There’s plenty to do in South Georgia. You can stay busy with a tour of our farm, local hikes, and visits to other local tourist attractionsv. We provide custom maps and are happy to make recommendations for local attractions when you plan your visit.
Check-in is from 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm (Monday-Saturday) and 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm (Sunday)
Check out is 11:00 am
** Please Note **
Our lodging reservation policies have recently changed. Please click this link and scroll all the way down to review our property information, terms and conditions before booking.
- Farm Tours may be added for an additional charge per person.
The Pond House
$199 per night: Sunday Night – Thursday Night
$259 per night: Friday Night & Saturday Night
Chinquapin Oak House
$189 per night: Sunday Night – Thursday Night
$249 per night: Friday Night & Saturday Night
Southern Red Oak House
$139 per night: Sunday Night – Thursday Night
$159 per night: Friday Night & Saturday Night.
Post Oak House
$149 per night: Sunday Night – Thursday Night
$169 per night: Friday Night & Saturday Night
Pine Forest Cabins
$110 per night: Sunday Night – Thursday Night
$155 per night: Friday Night & Saturday Night
Our new RV park, located just off Highway 27, is now open! The park is perfect for those traveling through the area, or anyone interested in spending a few days at White Oak Pastures. We offer 7 pull-thru spots for our RV guests.
Please check in at the White Oak Pastures General Store when you arrive to pay.
- When booking, you can choose between our 40, 60, and 70 ft spots
- All spots are pull-thru, and guests can access backend trailer when parked
- Full hookup, plus 30 and 50 amp plug available
- View our RV Park Policies here