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Get Married in Lake Hartwell Country!

Updated: May 16, 2023

Did your partner pop the question? Congratulations! Your friends at Lake Hartwell Country are here to guide you with all your wedding venue questions. There are some gorgeous places to get married around here, so let’s start with a few of our favorites.


A perfect place to share your vows, Iron Oak Barn is a celebration of agricultural history and rustic charm. This beautifully restored barn is surrounded by white oaks and filled with the natural beauty of Historic Pendleton. This is where history meets charm, and your dream wedding becomes a reality.



Located in Long Creek is a 198-acre working farm and vineyard. The mountainous scenery is a picture-perfect setting for your next event. The farm offers all-inclusive packages including catered farm-to-table food sourced locally from the farm, a bar service made from fruit grown on the property, and much more.



Family-owned since 1996, Arran Farm expands over 80 acres and includes a pond and waterfall. The open chapel, built in 2018, is the perfect venue for a wedding with its overlook of the farmland. The family farm has a beautiful landscape and the perfect backdrop for photography and events.



This 10,000-square-foot space features a skylight, soaring exposed trusses, reclaimed brick walls, and theatre curtains. Perfect for any celebration, this venue is large enough to hold 500 people. Designed to honor the features of the old Penn Station in New York City, the Bleckley Station has become a unique and important part of Anderson.



Established in 1988, this 330-acre farm is family-owned, operated, and located right outside Easley. It serves as a host to weddings, receptions, and events-corporate and private. The environment and farm-to-table catering are enough to make guests feel relaxed and right at home.


For more information on wedding venues or places to stay, contact us here. We look forward to assisting you with your next great adventure.

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