Ceremony Sites

Our venue has several choices for ceremony locations, each a unique selection for your guest count and weather conditions.  Rest easy knowing that we always have alternate plans in place for the “what ifs.”

Ceremonies for guest counts up to 50 are possible year-round, and for between 75 and 100 April through Thanksgiving.

The actual ceremony décor may vary slightly from the photographs on our website, because we replace it as it ages.  It is always in a base theme color of whites and greens, allowing us to add stock venue flowers that closely match your own colors to personalize. 

    The White Pergola wedding ceremony site in Pigeon Forge, TN
    The White Pergola
      The Willow Tree
        The Willow Tree
          The Willow Tree wedding ceremony site in Pigeon Forge, TN
          The Granite Stone Wedding Arch wedding ceremony site in Pigeon Forge, TN
          The Granite Stone Wedding Arch
            The Covered Pavilion
              The Covered Pavilion
                The Covered Pavilion wedding ceremony site in Pigeon Forge, TN
                The Traditional Wedding Chapel wedding ceremony site in Pigeon Forge, TN
                The Traditional Wedding Chapel
                  The Chandelier
                    The Chandelier
                      The Chandelier wedding ceremony site in Pigeon Forge, TN
                      Little Mountain Hideaway wedding ceremony site in Pigeon Forge, TN
                      Little Mountain Hideaway
                        Ridge Runner’s View
                          Ridge Runner's View wedding ceremony site in Pigeon Forge, TN
                          Ridge Runner’s View
                            Some of the great things you’ll experience at our country wedding venue:
                            • A six-foot working water wheel
                            • Creek with running water 365 days a year
                            • Majestic arched bridge leading to the white pergola ceremony site
                            • Miniature waterfall and pond (man-made with water that recycles into the creek)
                            • Tree limb “hobbit” bridge leading into the forest path
                            • Tall willow tree with lantern lights
                            • Flower gardens and hanging plants, providing blooms late March through Thanksgiving and seasonal interest year round
                            • Stone arch for timeless wedding photographs and / or a classic wedding ceremony
                            • A country swing hanging in a tall sycamore tree right by the creek
                            • Open spaces for family and friends to spread out and enjoy, yet everything within walking distance
                            • Rocking chair on the balcony overlooking the venue and horse field
                            • Two friendly rescue horses who love interacting with guests at the fence and being photographed with the bride and groom even more (use of our staff photographer required inside the fenced areas)
                            • A 1950 rustic, antique Ford truck in the horse field (photographs with the truck by our staff photographer only because of its location in the horse field)
                            • A 1950 red barn with a cottage feel and cabin-like interior