Let me first say, I’m not getting married. I’m happily wed. AJ and I held our ceremony atop Pilot Mountain standing out on a rock precipice, not too unlike the spot where we first fell in love ( at least that’s the way I like to tell it ). Creative license aside, were I not yet married, I’d be hard pressed to find a better spot than Luna’s Trail to celebrate such an occasion.
AJ and I love trees. We love wildflowers. We love woods and streams and meadows and all of the creatures from the crows to the creepy crawlies. The staff at Luna’s Trail, and the fabulously located Party Barn, provide every opportunity for those nature lovers among us to experience what surrounds us, immerse ourselves in the greens and pinks of Spring, the yellows and whites of Summer and the cacophony of colors that come with Fall. Then retreat from the world into the comfort of state of the art accommodations featuring an art-deco rustic style all our own.
My son and I took a short walk today from the pond spillway to the main bridge that crosses PinchGut Creek. On it we saw flowers of every shape and color, insects of every ilk, birds ( including wild turkeys ), frogs, and lizards. From several spots along the way we caught glimpses of the Party Barn under construction up the hill. It is going to be a spectacular venue. So whether you envision taking vows on a bridge across a clean flowing creek, in an open air pavilion overlooking a flower filled meadow, or tucked under a white oak tree somewhere deep in the woods, Luna’s Trail can be the perfect place for your special day.
Come on out for a personal tour of the possibilities. The main event space should be done by Summer’s end and the books are filling up for Fall 2015. Stop by for a peek. You won’t regret it.