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About Harvest Acres Farm
 
Harvest Acres Farm has an Appalachian style barn facility which accommodates approximately 200 people on the main floor as well as an additional loft seating area.
 
For your convenience Harvest Acres Farm offers a fully equipped kitchen facility, including commercial size refrigeration, double ovens, warming unit, electric stoves, a three bowl stainless sink, and counter space to accommodate preparation for large parties.

Your personal choice of caterer is always welcome at Harvest Acres Farm.

During the cold weather season, you can stay warm by the custom built natural stone fireplace or an outside campfire may be arranged for roasting marshmallows anytime of the year.

How about an old fashioned hayride? We are happy to offer a tractor pulled hay wagon for your special event through the woods and fields of Harvest Acres Farm.

 
 
Barn rental availability:
Monday Ė Saturday
8:00am till 12:00am
 
Office hours:
Please call
Monday thru Saturday
 
Location:  
357 Harvest Lane
Limestone, Tennessee
 
To view the Barn:
Appointments must be scheduled by calling
(423) 361-5289
In addition to our indoor space, we have beautiful grounds for the outdoor wedding of your dreams or any other special occasion.
 
We would be happy to schedule your event today!

We are centrally located between Johnson City, Kingsport, and Greeneville.

Serving the Tri-Cities areas of Limestone, TN; Jonesborough, TN; Bristol, TN; Kingsport, TN; Elizabethton, TN; Hampton, TN; and anyone coming to visit our Barn Rental Venue properties from North Carolina, Virginia or any other state!

AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

During the planning process of this barn, special thought was given into using local wood, rock, contractors, wood workers and natural elements to complete its rustic charm.

This is a central Appalachian style barn using wood cut from the Smoky Mountains.

Uncommon to newer barns was the unique process of using a circle saw, from a local saw mill, which marks boards as it was done around the turn of the century which is rare for newer barns.

Eastern red cedar cut in the Virginia mountains is used on the interior of the barn.

Showcased inside the barn is a collection of antiques from generations past. The stone in the fireplace is taken from an old home foundation on the property which dates back as far as the 1800ís. The mantle over the fireplace was cut from a large chestnut oak found fallen in the woods of the property.

Itís been said during the era of Davey Crockett an old road, on the property behind the barn, was traveled in the early 1800ís during the Indian wars.