Gray Gables is the newest event venue located in the heart of Gray. Built around 1900, the Morton-Johnson House is the oldest, standing house in Gray. The original owner, Addie Kate Morton Johnson was known to host local, high school proms in her charming backyard, as well as hosting DAR meetings of which she was the founding member of in 1922, the Oliver Morton Chapter. Addie Kate and husband Judge Johnson lost their only son at age 14 in a tragic train accident directly across from the home. There is a currently a scholarship fund in his honor that awards over $11,000 a year to deserving boys and girls of Jones County for their continued education beyond high school. Over the century the home has been several different places such as a flower shop, antique shop, gift shop and lawyers office. It is our hope that the rest of its days will be spent enteraining families and friends for yet another century. Stop by, email or call us to find out more on the space and services we can provide, you will be happy you did...
Forest Hill Park is a privately owned wedding and event venue located right off Main Street going east out of Perry, Georgia. Its beautiful scenery and unique features make it ideal for weddings, birthday parties, family reunions, company parties, and more! Some of the parks charming qualities include the Brian Bowen Bridge, the historic First Baptist Church of Perry steeple, the Red Caboose, and our newest edition, the picturesque Clinchfield Chapel.
For more information on booking this beautiful location for your next event please contact us.
Planning your wedding can be overwhelming, but taking the time to choose the right venue, caterer, photographer, DJ, and other vendors will help create an unforgettable experience for you and your guests. Consider these tips as you begin your search and learn from the experiences of other brides. Read More