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There are many things to know about Sampson’s Hollow, and through our blogging we try to tell the stories of our farm and the families and couples who come here to celebrate their love. We are a tapestry of all of their stories, seeds planted in the land at our Century Farm.
Sampson’s Hollow is recognized by the Tennessee Department of Agriculture as a Century Farm, meaning that Sampson’s Hollow has been owned and operated by the same family for over 100 years.
We have hosted over 700 events since our Grand Opening in 2006.
The Great Smoky Mountain National Park is home to over 1500 species of wildflowers, We grow many of these wildflowers throughout the Sampson’s Hollow farm and they are a backdrop for many vow exchanges and photographs, portraits, and kisses. The wildflowers are very special to us.
The Patriarch of our family fought in the great war between the states, known as the Civil War.
Sampson’s Hollow is one of the original homesteads in Miller’s Cove.
Sampson’s Hollow is a special place. You will know it upon arrival. We hope that you feel it as you see our photographs, read our blogs, explore the pages of our websites and talk with our planners on the phone. We are all about you and your dream.
Sampson’s Hollow is a storybook Smoky Mountain Wedding Venue, located at the foot of Cades Cove, next door to Blackberry Farm, in Miller’s Cove in Walland, Tennessee. It’s awesome.