Some hunting clubs in Georgia include the Silver Creek Hunting Club, Cobbs Legion Hunting Club and Sugar Creek Hunting Club. The Silver Creek Hunting Club has multiple locations in the northwest area of Georgia as of 2015, and there are three tracks: Watkins Gin, Haywood Valley and Bailey Road.
The Silver Creek Hunting Club includes small game, deer and turkey hunting. The properties vary from hardwoods and streams to mature pines and planted pines. There are strict rules all members of the club must follow, such as having a valid hunting license and vehicle pass, only hunting in designated seasons, and not allowing guests during deer and turkey hunting seasons.
Cobbs Legion is a deer and turkey hunting club only. The name of this hunting club comes from volunteers who fought in the Civil War under General Lee in the same area where Cobbs Legion now hunts.
Sugar Creek Hunting Club caters to hunters or anyone who enjoys the outdoors, including people who fish and camp. In regards to camping, the club members primarily hunt deer, though they also occasionally hunt duck, turkey and coyotes. The club has a casual, family-friendly environment. The land for Sugar Creek Hunting Club is in Talbot County. It includes 830 acres of land, including 9- to 20-year-old pines, creek bottoms, swamps and hardwood bottoms.