Hunting & Lodging in Live Oak

The Best Hunting Experience in North Florida

Booking your hunting trip does not have to be complicated. We take pride in provided you with an exceptional experience from our first phone call through the duration of your visit. When you book with Toney’s Place, we handle every aspect of your trip. From accommodations to all licensing requirements, everything is taken care of for you so you can focus on enjoying your visit.


We create memorable experiences for outdoor enthusiasts and avid hunters.

If you are looking for exotic trophies, relaxing accommodations and plenty of space to connect with nature, you’ve come to the right place.



From Water Buffalo and White Tailed Deer to Scimitar and wild turkeys, Toney’s Place is home to a variety of distinct game. If you are interested in hunting specific game, please let us know when making your reservation. Because we carefully manage the wildlife on the preserve and use hunting as an integral part of our population control efforts, hunting for certain species may be limited or restricted during certain times of the year.


  • Axis
  • Gemsbok
  • Eland
  • Water Buffalo
  • Black Buck Antelope
  • Whitetail Deer
  • Scimitar


  • Wild Turkey
  • Waterfowl
  • Snipe
  • Quail


  • Freshwater Craw Daddy's
  • Bass
  • Bream


  • Squirrel
  • Small Game
  • Sasquatch

Hunting and Wildlife Management

Throughout most of the year, the wildlife at Toney's Place roams freely and serves as an exciting attraction for local and out of town visitors. To maintain the health of our herds and our land we use a state of the art pivot feeding system to spread feed in their natural habitat. This method of grazing management encourages foraging, a behavior that plays an important role in the wellness and fitness of our animals.

Because the wildlife population is safe, comfortable and healthy, the population sometimes needs to be reduced to maintain the quality and quantity of our herds and the ecological balance in the preserve. While we can sometimes manage population by sending wildlife to live at other parks and preserves, there are not enough places to send our livestock to adequately reduce population. For this reason, Toney's Place is periodically closed for public access for a limited number of days to allow for hunting.

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Hunting FAQ's

Here are answers to a few of the most common questions we hear from guests. If you have additional questions, the team at Toney's Place is available to help. In addition to helping you plan your hunting trip. we are happy to answer any questions you may have about hunting in Florida and on a private preserve.