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8 Beautiful Log Cabin Venues for Your Country Wedding

Log cabins are becoming increasingly popular for weddings because they are rustic, romantic and often tucked into beautiful patches of nature. For couples that love the country lifestyle, cabins are a logical venue choice because they're timeless, charming and can easily accommodate weddings of any size, any time of year.

Here are 10 beautiful log cabin wedding venues, all located in different parts of the country.

Legacy Farms

This dreamy cabin scene is located just a short drive from Nashville, Tenn. There are a few different rustic venues located at Legacy Farms, all of which are surrounded by lagoons, acres of rolling hills and gorgeous fence lines.

Stout's Island Lodge


Northern Wisconsin's Stout's Island Lodge is ideal for those wanting a cabin wedding overlooking the water. Their main lodge, which is surrounded by smaller cabins as well, is on an 18-acre island in the middle of Red Cedar Lake.

Memory Mountain


Memory Mountain at Wolf Laurel in Mars Hill, N.C. is home to this massive log cabin. Standing at three stories tall, this venue also has a hot tub and a wrap around porch that overlooks a waterfall, stocked pond, and outdoor fire pit.

Keystone Ranch

In the winter, Keystone Ranch in Keystone, Colo. provides sleigh rides to shuttle guests to and from the reception. Couples also receive an anniversary package, which gives the bride and groom a great excuse to re-visit this amazing mountain town.

Sunset Cove

Cabins are great because while they are great for summer weddings, they are equally as welcoming in the winter for couples getting married in the snowy midwest. Sunset Cove Bed & Breakfast in Michigan in Lakeland, Mich. is home to this impressive lodge.

Longlook Farm

Longlook Farm in New Hampshire is a 200-acre property where this cedar lodge hosts weddings of all sizes. Their on-site barn is the definition of country chic and the inside of their lodge is filled with vintage decor and rustic pine beams.

The Presidio

Do you want a California cabin wedding without having to travel too far from the city? The Presidio is where it's at. Built in 1937, this historic stone and log cabin is not far from Golden Gate Bridge. Aside from having a top-notch hardwood dance floor, the venue offers unbeatable panoramic views of the San Francisco skyline.

Brush Creek Ranch

The Brush Creek Ranch in Wyoming spans 30,000 acres and is filled with gorgeous scenery. The ranch includes a wide variety of outdoor activities, including horseback riding, fly fishing, archery. After the ceremony, riding off into the incredible western sunset is a must.

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