Osceola Turkey Hunting in Florida

1-2 Guests • Camper/RV • Private • Guided


Osceola Turkey Hunting in Florida

Base price is per person per day. Add overnight accommodations for an additional fee per night.

Our Osceola Turkey hunting facility is located in Crescent City, Florida, in Zone “C” centrally located between Gainesville, Ocala, St. Augustine, and Daytona Beach. You can fly into Gainesville, Daytona Beach, or St. Augustine airports. You will need to arrange for transportation to the farm, however, once you arrive transportation at the farm is provided. If driving, The Farm is located four (4) miles west of Crescent City, FL just off SR-308 adjoining the Lake George Wildlife Management Area.

Our season usually runs from the middle of March through the third week of April, as you can see our season is short so booking early assures you the best dates. Our terrain is normal Central Florida woodlands, palmetto, swamp lands, oak wood hammocks, and open planted food plots. During our season one can find hot humid Florida weather, cold and rainy weather, or a combination of both. You may book a one-day hunt or as many days as you like. However, bookings are not confirmed until the deposit is received.

Our Florida turkey hunting is not on a preserve, and we are not a hunting Lodge, you will be hunting on a working “Private Family Farm”. We do not hunt over bait; however we do hunt in or near maintained Chufa food plots in stationary blinds, our hunts are not guided, The elusive Osceola is a sit-and-wait situation … don’t think you’re going to run up on the bird … he will elude you. Calling is soft and should not be aggressive. Turkeys will come to the food plots daily. Those hunters who sit quietly in the blind and occasionally softly call will usually get a nice gobbler, only one gobbler per hunter is allowed, and no hens.

There is a large population of Osceola Turkeys in this area of Florida, and our farm is well-stocked.

Suggested Camo as we highly recommend that the hunter “stay put” in the blind the only camo that is needed is: gloves and a face mask as these turkeys have very sharp eyes and can detect the slightest movement within the blind. We also suggest rain gear, mosquito repellant or thermal cells, a small flashlight, and a camera with extra batteries/film.

While turkey hunting here at the farm there is no extra charge for hunting wild hog. However, hog hunting is normally a night thing.

Lately, I have been asked by nearly every hunter who calls “What is your success rate?” Success depends entirely on the hunter, the turkeys are here… it depends on the hunter’s ability to call old tom close enough to shoot (40 yds. or less) and the hunter’s ability to hit old tom in a spot that will kill him where he stands (usually in the head). Hunters who will sit quietly in the stand and occasionally softly call will often get a nice tom. Those who decide that it’s better to sneak up (or set up) on old tom will hear him gobble but usually never see him. I see good mountable Toms nearly every day on the trail cameras, if you don’t see them it’s simply because you are not proficient enough to outsmart Old Tom. Be quiet, stay in the blind, occasionally softly calls, and you will very likely go home with a nice tom turkey.

Accommodations (Additional fee per night)

Fifth Wheel Trailer at the farm includes:

  • Queen Size Bed

  • Full-size Pull out bed

  • Bath, Toilet & Shower

  • Gas Stove w/Oven

  • Microwave, Refrigerator

  • Heat & Air conditioner

  • Dinnerware, Pots & Pans, Coffee Maker, Toaster Oven

  • Outside BBQ Grill

  • Food: Coffee, Creamer, Sugar, Cold & Hot Cereal, Bread, Butter, Jam, Eggs, Bacon, V8, Milk, Donuts or Sweet Rolls. If you want anything else bring it.

Tent camping and RV parking with electric and water hookup is also available at no charge!

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Overnight Accommodations


Your Host

Virgil's Trip

Virgil A

Located four miles west of Crescent City, FL adjoining the Lake George Wildlife Management Area.

from $695/Day

Base Price

$695.00 Per Person Per Day


$89.99 Per Night


Pay later options are only available for trips that start more than 30 days from today.

Total Payment


Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.


  • 163 Acres Mostly Swampy Wetlands
  • Robust Osceola Population
  • Chufa Food Plots
  • Stationary Blinds
  • Unguided Hunts
  • Transportation Around the Property
  • Overnight Accommodations Available
  • 1 Queen Bed & 1 Full Size Pull Out
  • Bed, Bath, Toilet & Shower
  • Gas Stove w/ Oven, Microwave, Fridge
  • Heat & Air Conditioner
  • Breakfast and Sack Lunch Included with Overnight
  • Tent Camping and RV parking with Electric/Water



Gear List

  • Weather Appropriate Hunting Attire
  • Valid Hunting License / Tags
  • Weapon / Ammo
  • Personal Hunting Equipment

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Rules & Guidelines

Licenses and additional information can be obtained at; http://www.myfwc.com


Florida residents and visitors need a Florida hunting license (in addition to other required permits), unless they are exempt.

Hunters born on or after June 1, 1975, and 16 years old, must pass a hunter safety course before purchasing a license.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • Do you know how many Osceola turkeys you have at your farm?

  • Are the Turkeys at your farm “Pure Brads”?

    • I don’t really know, I don’t have any papers on them but they look like Osceola’s and they live in the right part of Florida,. A good guess would be that they are Osceola

  • Are your Turkey’s Wild?

    • You will be hunting wild Osceola turkeys, not pen raised turkeys.

  • Is your property fenced?

    • Only a very small part along some of the property lines, I can’t afford to fence my entire property.

  • How many Turkey can I kill?

    • One Gobbler. and No Hens, bearded or not.

  • Do you raise Osceola Turkeys at your farm?

    • Yes, we do raise Osceola Hybrids on the farm, in a normal year we will hatch between 200 & 300 Osceola chicks, some are caged (Breeding Stock). Cage-raised turkeys are not turned lose in the wild as they usually will not survive more than two or three nights.

  • What do you do with the turkeys that you raise?

    • Some are sold to private individuals who just want Osceola turkeys, others are sold to large ranches in south Florida.

  • Do you have “Food Plots”?

    • Yes, we plant three Chufa food plots each year.

  • Do you provide guides?

    • No, this is an unguided hunt; you will be hunting in stationary blinds easily accessible by truck or car. Furthermore, you can walk to most of our blinds.

  • Do you furnish meals?

    • Breakfast is available for the hunters who stay in the fifth wheel trailer, and we pack a lunch for those hunters to take to the blind with them, ice, water, and cold drinks are available at no charge. We do not provide a dinner (supper) meal.

  • Do you charge for kids?

    • There is no charge for any minor under 12 to hunt. However, there must be an adult (paid hunter) supervisor with the minor at all times.

  • When does turkey season start?

    • The Florida Spring Turkey Gobbler Hunting season begins in mid-march and runs through mid-April.

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