Located in Southern Maine, only an hour drive from Portland and minutes from the New Hampshire border you’ll find a unique wedding venue. Tuckaway Tree Farm is owned and operated by Lynne Park and Susan Adams.
Tuckaway Tree Farm consists of 35 acres of natural beauty perfect for hosting your wedding. Seven of the 35 acres are dedicated to growing Balsam Christmas trees which make for a beautiful backdrop for photos. There is a 280 square foot Little Red Tree Barn that is available for use and is an ideal space for getting ready in or for caterers and/or beverage services. The property also features a stunning 24-foot yurt with a 12-foot ceiling and 3-foot domed skylight. The yurt is beautifully decorated with a nature theme, complete with a cast iron style gas stove. A comfortable couch that converts into a bed, dining area, additional seating and stunning surround view makes for a romantic honeymoon suite the night of the wedding.
Walking paths, fire pits, and picnic tables are throughout the property. There are so many photographic opportunities for your formal wedding portraits and family photos all over including small streams, rock features, and a pond. Wooden benches that overlook the balsam tree farm make for a beautiful setting for your ceremony. There is plenty of room to hire a tent and dance the night away in the middle of nature.
Did I mention they have donkeys??? Dakota, Ellie Mae, and Asstro (yes, spelled ASStro 😊) happily live at Tuckaway Tree Farm. They are adorable and love visiting with new friends.
All wedding packages include: use of the farm from Thursday noon until Sunday noon, a one-night stay in the yurt the night of your wedding, use of the main house to get ready in, The Little Red Barn, firewood for fire pits, a large pine slab table for wedding party seating, large log cooler for iced beverages, and picnic tables around the grounds. A carriage ride with Belgian horses is also available and can be added to wedding packages.
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