Ray Vernon Estate is a barn wedding venue located in Milroy, Pennsylvania. Nestled among meadows and mountains, this historic estate hosts memorable wedding celebrations. The panoramic scenery, rustic event spaces, and welcoming staff are sure to enhance the couple’s and their guests’ experiences.
Facilities and Capacity
Couples who hold their wedding here can enjoy scenic views of the Havice Valley from the entire venue. The venue boasts both indoor and outdoor event spaces that provide elegant and beautiful backdrops for wedding photos. The ceremony area is located on a perch overlooking the valley and features a handcrafted altar and stage. Guests can watch the couple exchange vows while seated on live edge wooden benches. The newlyweds and their wedding party can take portraits at many stunning locations throughout the property as guests enjoy cocktail hour on either of the two decks. The barn offers a spacious reception hall that can accommodate up to 225 seated guests or 264 for a cocktail-style event. Additionally, the venue offers a private suite for the wedding party to use while getting ready or relaxing between events.
Ray Vernon Estate is available to rent for single-day and weekend-long events. The venue provides a selection of decorative items to enhance its aesthetic, including solid wood tables and steel chairs. Whiskey barrels, arbors, and high top tables are also included with the rental and add a rustic touch to the event space. The venue offers parking attendants to assist guests. Couples are welcome to work with the vendors and caterer of their choice to fully personalize their wedding.
Ray Vernon Estate was founded by Harry and Bessie Hassinger, who purchased the land in 1939. Spanning 600 acres, they farmed the land with their children, Ray and Glenn. The family’s camp, called the Hassingers’ Shady Rest, was built in 1949 and still stands in the area today. As Ray and Glenn grew into adults, they became employed, got married, and purchased the farm from their parents. The current owners originally had four acres of the farm, and in 2015 they had the opportunity to add several more acres. As a way to honor their legacy, the property is named after the Hassinger’s father, Ray and his brother (Glenn) Vernon.
1 Reviews for Ray Vernon Estate
Recommended by 100% of couples
Rachel H. · Married on 09/12/2020
The owners of Ray Vernon Estate are absolutely amazing to work with! I had to change my venue a month before the wedding and they went out of their way to make sure everything went smoothly for me. My wedding day could not have been more perfect! All of our guests loved the venue and complimented it all night.Sent on 09/14/2020
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