In the deep woods of Atoah, located outside of Robbinsville on tribal property, deer hunters can find paradise on a tract of land called Cherokee Whitetail Hunting Preserve.
The mile and half of fenced property contains some of the biggest whitetail deer available, and hunters can bring home the trophy of a lifetime with the help of a one-on-one guide.
The preserve’s trophy hunts start at $1,800, and hunters can use their weapon of choice. They are guaranteed a whitetail deer of scores up to 129. Deer are typically scored using the Boone and Crocket system, which is a standardized system that measures the antlers in inches, and the Preserve has deer that score well over 200. The higher the score, the larger the antlers, and the more expensive the trophy. Book your Southern trophy hunt now!