Photo by I Wish Photography

We've got all the space of a 80-year-old dairy farm (minus the cows). We've collected some photos from the weddings and other events we've had here. If you want to see it in person, schedule a tour.

 

The Barn

The Barn is two-level and will accommodate nearly 200 dinner guests. The interior dimensions are 49 feet by 31.5 feet. The first floor has a open patio at the front and a roofed, open-air catering area at the back. There are bathrooms located at the side of the Barn under the lean-to. The first floor is also completely handicapped-accessible.

The second floor has reinforced hardwood floors for dancing and celebrating, as well as a built-in bar area. There is a porch on the back overlooking the woods and fields.

Download our printable barn layout with scaled table cut-outs to help plan your seating layout.

 

THE HOUSE

New for 2016, the House is available for rent during weddings and other events. This log- and stone-sided home sleeps 10 to 12 and features a rustic wood interior with exposed log. There are two full bathrooms, a fully-stocked kitchen, a fireplace, and wrap-around porch.

 

The Cottage

The Cottage is a one-bedroom house with a full kitchen and bathroom. There is plenty of space for the bride or other guests to prepare for the event. The Cottage is against the tree line, offering beautiful views and privacy for couples.

 

The Summer Kitchen

The Summer Kitchen has had a colorful history as a early post office, bar, and church and hosts a charming collection of antiques. It now serves as a summer kitchen equipped with a refrigerator and variety of counters and tables to stage catered food from tea parties to rehearsal dinners.

 

The Grounds

The grounds are well cared for by the Brule River Barn owner and operator, Jill Clemmer. There are three ponds with waterfalls, fish, water lilies, and flowers throughout the wedding season. Take a look at the Brule River Barn Facebook or Instagram pages for recent photos of the grounds.

 

Ceremony Sites

There are three formal ceremony sites on the grounds. One is under the old willow tree, another is under the gazebo overlooking the woods, field, and ponds, and the last one is in the Hayloft. There are many other beautiful areas on the grounds, though, and we encourage you to be creative!  

 

The Milkhouse

The Milkhouse was once part of the dairy farming operation, but now is a cozy area for one half of the wedding party to prepare for the ceremony. There are plenty of chairs and a mini-fridge for a casual, private gathering place.