768 Red Creek Road, Notasulga, AL
Just a twenty-minute drive from Auburn, Crooked Oaks Farm is a rustic wedding venue located in Notasulga, AL. This tucked-away hunting lodge sits on over 500 acres of rolling hills, serene fields, and whispering pine trees. The property features expansive gardens with over 200 varieties of Japanese Maples, tended by owner and College Football Hall of Fame Coach Pat Dye. This idyllic retreat is a breath of fresh air from the bustle of daily life, and is ideal for couples looking for a secluded wedding. The friendly and helpful staff welcomes you to experience an unforgettable celebration surrounded by natural wildlife and steeped in Southern hospitality. Crooked Oaks Farm is most famous for its quail hunting services, and also makes for an atmospheric and romantic space to tie the knot. Additionally, the venue is excellent for bachelor or bachelorette parties, during which your hosts can take you out hunting for a memorable weekend. On the big day, hold your ceremony indoors or out on the lawns, where up to 800 guests can partake in the festivities. The 10,000-square-foot pavilion provides a spacious area in which to host your reception, with bistro string lights draped above to add to the ambiance. Crooked Oaks Farm provides comprehensive packages that are designed to make your big day as seamless and stress-free as possible. Rental of the property comes with access to the estate beginning three hours before the event and finishing at 11. Tables and chairs, navy and white linens, and 18 vintage church pews will be at your disposal, and the staff will help with setup. You are welcome to use outside vendors for your catering, entertainment, and décor needs. For overnight accommodation, the venue has room for up to 20 guests in the comfortable and rustic-inspired cabin, lodge, barn, and breezeways bedrooms.