Located in Rebecca, Georgia, Red Pebble Plantation is a rural wedding venue. Current proprietor Frank McGarr had a vision to open a lodge with an emphasis on warmth and hospitality. This setting was deeded to Frank’s grandfather Walter in the 1930s, while the venue’s name was inspired by the land. The ground in the area is rich in iron ore, resulting in an abundance of rust-colored pebbles and stones. Some of these can still be seen on the roads around the estate today.
Facilities and Capacity
Red Pebble Plantation sits on 3,000 acres of pastoral southern Georgia land, complete with long-leaf pines and tranquil ponds. Among these trees sit a seated stone firepit and modern, yet rustic lodge. This 7,000-square-foot construction offers overnight accommodations in an authentic, welcoming setting. The lodge and its surrounding area welcome wedding celebrations. The team at this venue believes in the importance of treating their guests like family and strives to exude warmth. The venue can be yours for the weekend, for a comprehensive wedding experience. The picturesque wooden exterior of the building offers a backdrop to your wedding photos and outdoor ceremony.
At Red Pebble, the emphasis is placed on spending time together. The lodge features a large catering kitchen and dining spaces, perfect for your wedding’s culinary needs. A more casual atmosphere can be found in the Great Room, which features seating, a stone fireplace, and a wet bar. If you want to enjoy the fresh air, the porch offers a front-row seat to the pine-filled landscape.
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