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Located on the banks of Bluegrass Lake in West Knoxville, The Pavilion at Hunter Valley Farm offers 6,000 sq ft of heated and cooled event space with beautifully designed bride and groom suites, a caterer's kitchen, and the ability to open its glass walls for a more open-air feel. Our deck boasts a full brick fireplace, outdoor bar and comfortable furniture, while a nearby patio offers an outdoor dining option. The beach, located just steps from the building, is complete with gorgeous white sand and a strolling boardwalk to the Amphitheater. The outdoor Amphitheater is where you will find bench seating for up to 350 guests tucked away on the hillside and a paver aisle located right on the water, perfect for a ceremony, concert, or meeting space. We offer day-of event coordination, in-house floral and event design, and fully customizable packages. 

Photo: Brittany Conner
lakefront wedding and event venue


To build and produce our client's dream event with warmth, sincerity, and true happiness.


To always be a desired place for memorable get-togethers with exceptional employees providing unlimited smiles and happy experiences! 

Holan Brett Photo


Hunter Valley Farm opened in the mid 1980's as a family run show horse farm. We bred our cute ponies and also showed and trained Hunters and Jumpers all over the United States. There were always  several "barn kids" running around and we had upwards of 35 horses at a time! While horses and animals are still a huge passion for us, when the recession hit in 2007, a family meeting was called and it was decided that it was time for the land to grow and change into what is now The Pavilion at Hunter Valley Farm. Papa Joe (don't worry, I'm sure you will meet him on our grounds!) built the venue that Nancy and her mom, Becky, designed. It was, and always has been, a family endeavor. On the family note, our staff is very much a family, and our goal is to make you feel as though you are, too! We want you to be completely at ease and at home during your wedding or event. 

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