Enon Plantation

Enon Plantation
Street address: 

2261 County Road 106
Midway, Alabama 36053

+1 334-540-2407
Open 24 hours

Settled in 1835, they named it Enon, where John the Baptist baptized the people of Enon, who agreed to its community's namesake out of gratitude for their good, health giving, and clear water their village depended on for their very survival. Between the water supply and abundant game on the property, Enon's residents never wanted for food or drink. Today, Enon Plantation has set a high standard for guest accommodations while honoring its traditions.

Plan your trip to enjoy Southern sporting life at its best. Hunt for deer, turkey, hogs or quail with expertly trained dogs at your command and knowledgeable guides. Or, spend a day or half day fishing for bass in our fully stocked private lake. End your day with a cocktail at sunset before enjoying a gourmet dinner prepared by our on site chef, and in the wintertime, relax before a roaring fireplace. Take an afternoon walk in the non-shooting area near the main house, or play a game of complimentary billiards, included with your stay at Enon.

Enon consists of the main building, the barn, out cabins and kennels, all of which have been properly restored, yet modernized so that accommodations are pleasantly comfortable and relaxing.

Experience the warm Southern hospitality at Enon Plantation today by consulting our guest registration book. Enon offers multi-day hunts for deer, turkey and hogs, in season, which may be booked online by beginning with choosing your visit dates on our reigstration calendar. Quail hunts may be booked by special arrangement.

The fees for each person vary by hunt, and are as follows:

  • Deer Hunts are $2,250 per person, per day.
  • Hog Hunts are $550 per person, per day.
  • Turkey Hunts are $1,500 per person, per day.
  • Predatory Hints are $300 per person, per day.
  • Non-hunters pay $150 per night and their fee includes 3 meals per day, with beverages.

All hunts include the following amenities:

  • Five guided hunts.
  • One choice buck harvest and up to three does.
  • Three meals per day to include all beverages.
  • Guides will retrieve and clean all harvested deer and pack it in your cooler.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When is the best time to come?
A: Archery hunts are better timed before deer go into rut, primarily before January 5th. Gun hunts are best when scheduled during the rut, January 5th through the 31st.

Q: What does our average buck score?
A: Approximately 130

Q: How many deer can I expect to see daily?
A: 5 or more racked bucks

Q: What kind of stands are available for me to hunt out of?
A: We have ground blinds, ladder stands, and lock on's. If you wish to hunt from a climber, you must bring your own.

Q: How long has Enon Plantation been under a deer management program?
A: 19 years, archery only

Q: Are there any trophy fees or minimum size requirements?
A: No trophy fees or penalties for an immature buck

Q: How many acres are offered to hunt on?
A: Archery only: 4,000 acres Rifle only: 5,600 acres

Q: What is Enon's cancellation policy?
A: 10% deposit is non-refundable.

Q: How far is the average shot?
A: Archery: 25-30 yards, Rifle: 80-100 yards

Q: Are there other options if I reach my tag limit the first day of hunting?
A: Yes, your options are:

  • Wild boar hunts are available for an additional fee.
  • Duck Hunts are available for an additional fee.
  • Guided bass fishing is also available on our 57 acre pond for an additional fee.
  • We have a skeet range you may use for no additional charge.
  • Guided squirrel hunts with dogs are available for an additional fee.
  • We also offer wildlife observation rides on our customized buggies with cocktails and snacks.

Pricing & Reservations


  • You MUST have a valid Alabama Hunter's License.
  • You MUST sign a waiver.
  • Hunts are NOT limited to a certain number of hours. Our reservation system may display a time, but you will get 5 full hunts for your purchase, regardless of time.

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