Elliston Bondy Plantation

Resting on rolling hills and hardwood bottoms with 980 acres in pen the Elliston-Bondy Lodge is located 15 miles north of historical Woodville, Mississippi off Highway 61 and 16 miles south of Natchez between the Mississippi and Homochitto Rivers in Wilkinson County. This spectacular property offers outdoor sportsmen and adventure seekers “a hunt to remember.” Teeming with red deer, white tail deer, elk, fowler deer, axis, and buffalo this hunter’s dreamland is truly a place where the deer and the buffalo roam.

Currently, the Lodge is booking white tail and trophy hunts, fowler deer hunts, and elk. Limited bookings remain. Click here to request more information via email or call Dale Courtney @ 985-517-3142. Ask about out private and corporate event hosting.

Woodville was first settled near the turn of the Nineteenth century and was incorporated as a town in 1811. A short time later it was chosen as the county seat of Wilkinson County, which was formed in 1802 in the extreme southwest corner of Mississippi from an old territory originally know as the county of Bourbon, and later as Adams County. Recent census figures indicate that the population of the county is virtually the same as it was 160 years before, in 1830.

The original Natchez Trace may have had its points of origin at Fort Adams on the Mississippi River near Woodville when the commander-in-chief of the United States Army, General James Wilkinson, for whom the county was named, completed a treaty with the Choctaw Indians to open a thoroughfare from Fort Adams northeast in order that supplies and soldiers could safely be moved to the fort located there. It was at Fort Adams that the scene of The Man Without a Country, by Edward Everett Hale, was located. 

Contact Elliston Bondy Plantation

Contact Elliston Bondy Plantation

Dale Courtney
Hunt Coordinator
3152 Woodlawn Road
P.O. Box 1238
Woodville, Mississippi  39669
Phone: 985.517.3142
Fax: 225.296.5201


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