Our Farm

The Allison Family Farm LLC. Located four (4) miles west of Crescent City, FL just off SR-308 at 124 Diamond Lake Ln. adjoining the Lake George Wildlife Management Area. G.P.S. 29.25.22.17 N by 81.34.36.61 W. The farm consist of 163 acres mostly swampy wet lands that supports a verity of wildlife. We grow ten acres of Loblolly Pine, thirty acres of Long Leaf Pine and five acres of Slash Pine. We also grow Persimmons, Peaches, Olives, Gapes and Pears. Our farm animals include; Royal Palm Turkeys, Rhode Island Red Chickens, Guinea Hens, Hogs, Ringneck Pheasants, Peacocks and Quail.

 We allow U-Pick certain times of the year as the fruit becomes ripe and ready to be picked, however we are a wholesale farm operation. For more information on picking fruit at our farm e-mail us at allisonfomilyfarm@gmail.com

 Hunting is allowed at the farm during the regular Florida State hunting season.

 We maintain (4) four wildlife corn feeders ten (10) months a year, and four (4) wildlife food plots year around, this year all food plots are planted with Chufa. Our corn feeders are shut down the middle of February and not started again until the last of April. Turkey hunting is only allowed at our farm during the spring gobbler season, (no fall turkey hunts) and only two hunters are allowed at one time. Exceptions are sometimes made for family hunts i.e. Mon & Dad with son and/or daughter, there is no charge for children under twelve years old hunting with Mon or Dad. Wounded warriors (Purple Heart Veterans) hunt at no charged. Most of our hunting blinds are covered wooden one person ground blinds 4’ W X 4’ D X 5’ H and include a chair, however we do have moveable canvas blinds and one elevated three person blind. We do not have handicapped accommodation, however handicapped personnel are welcome, remember “this is an operating Private Family Farm” and not a hunting lodge, there are no hunting guides available and the hunting is in wooded areas. Additional information can be found on our Osceola Turkey hunting page.  

 Virgil L. Allison

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