Hickory Hills Hunting preserve is a 2000-acre
preserve in Southwest Mississippi. Established
in 1996, the preserve is part of a family owned farm
located about 60 miles southwest
of Jackson (the state capital) near the rural town of Hermanville.
The entire farm is comprised of 12,000 acres of mostly
wooded rolling terrain with approximately ten percent open
The entire farm has been under strict management for trophy
deer for decades. Since the preserve was established the
management has become even more intense and has now produced
deer scoring over 200 inches Boone and Crockett. Our
strict management keeps a buck to doe ratio of 2:1 with
every 5 acres. This management allows us to produce a large
number of trophy bucks each year as well as harvest
a limited number of management bucks, all the while giving
hunters the opportunity to view an extremely large number
of immature bucks.
In addition to the large number of whitetails, visitors
will likely see a variety of other wildlife. Hickory Hills
also has a healthy population of exotic deer, Russian hogs,
and eastern wild turkey along with all the native species.