Considering a more rustic location for your next event? Escape to Hayshed Farms and experience the peace and wonder of this Kingston Springs oasis located just 20 minutes from downtown Nashville.
Weddings and Events:
Celebrate the occasions of your life surrounded by beauty and peace of this natural spot.
Big kids and little ones alike will have a birthday to remember for a lifetime. Book a themed party, such as our scavenger hunt or tractor-pulled wagon ride.
Escape the board room and take your team outside for a little bonding and regeneration.
Memorialize a loved one or entertain a bucket list item.
Our farm's namesake, the Hayshed, is an early 1900s pole barn and the anchor site of most events. Romantic string lights and space for 100+ make the Hayshed the perfect spot for nuptials, as well as a reception, whether seated or buffet style. You'll feel right at home and will soon be declaring, as the old timers used to, "Meet me at the Hayshed."
For those looking for a intimate, al fresco ceremony, Creekside makes an excellent choice. Located just beyond the Hayshed, Creekside includes a beautiful grapevine arbor that makes the perfect setting for the exchange of vows. The area also includes stocked fire pits and communal outdoor lounge areas overlooking Turnbull Creek.
Bar and Oasis
Whether you've rented the safari tent for a glamping experience, or are just looking to bring the party to the water's edge, Bar and Oasis is where our guests come to relax, restore and share a cold one together. Situated on a natural gravel bar along Turnbull Creek, the Bar and Oasis looks across the water to a stunning rock face that provides a private yet expansive setting in which to enjoy the afternoon.
Doorway to heaven
In 2010, Middle Tennessee experienced a 500 year flood that forever changed parts of our landscape. After the waters subsided, the Liles' were amazed to discover the timber frame from their neighbor's barn lodged high in a tree. Leslie proclaimed it the "doorway to heaven" and there it has remained, a site to behold.
Across the Big Turnbull Creek lies a plot of land known for its large production of sweet corn. The creek bottom continues to supply a prolific row crop harvest year after year, while also playing host to future tee-pee, treehouse and vintage camper glamping sites. Guests will enjoy hiking Groves Branch, which is nestled in the woods along the western bluff of Sweetie Bottoms. Guests are likely to receive a visit from the diverse wildlife that frequent Sweetie Bottoms: deer, turkeys, beavers, coyotes, groundhogs and many native species of birds including the American bald eagle.
During the Civil War, the railroad construction by Union soldiers connected Kingston Springs to Johnsville as a means to move goods and men in and out of Nashville. The railroad trestle is found bridging the railroad tracks over the Big Turnbull Creek as it nears its terminus into the Harpeth River. Stop to enjoy the historic site as you meander down from the Bar and Oasis.