Our mountain waterfall is called Honeysuckle Falls, and is entirely separate from our main venue grounds. It’s located three miles (eight minutes) from Honeysuckle Hills. This ceremony site is strictly for couples only, with an absolute maximum of four guests. It’s most often used for our Simply I Do and Mini Weddings, or as an add-on photography site. We will meet you at the main venue so you can follow us to the waterfall. It’s super easy to find, but the last two miles are on a one lane road in the middle of the forest. Following us there will eliminate the feeling of being lost. It borders the Smoky Mountain National Park.
If you’re looking for a place to get married by a waterfall without a long hike or those dreaded government permits, this is your heaven! The property is historic, with a nearly 100 year old barn and Appalachian style home of the same age. Both of these structures add a nostalgic feel as backdrops in your wedding photos. Only one other home is on the property, and the National Park is behind it. It’s at a dead end, so the only way out is the same way you came in. The National Park is not accessible from the waterfall, but the area resembles the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail (only without all the backed up traffic and tourists.) If you’re searching for secluded cabin to stay while you’re here for your wedding, consider Little Mountain Hideaway! This cabin is only half a mile from the waterfall location, and only two and a half miles from our main venue. Cabins like it are becoming harder and harder to find as Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg continues to expand.
If it Rains
The rain plan for this site is the opportunity to change to our Creekside Pavilion or the Chapel at our main venue’s lower grounds if available.
You may also use the small covered pavilion next to the waterfall.