Explore the Venue
Originally constructed in 1904 by DA Tompkins, the Little Mountain Oil and Fertilizer Company ginned cotton and pressed cotton seed into oil. The company also used the remnants of seed and husk to produce fertilizer for local farmers. The mill was built near the railroad to provide convenient transport to market.
As years passed the building has housed a cannery and a construction company. Abandoned for almost three decades, the building was purchased by a husband and wife team and has been completely renovated to become a premiere event venue.
The newly renovated venue has ample space for your guests as well as private upstairs getaways for both the bride and the groom.
If Walls Could Talk
The one hundred and seventeen year old brick building has been completely renovated to become a premiere event venue.
Your guests will enter from the parking lot in our downstairs foyer.
The private Grooms room is located up the spiral stairs to the right.
Bar and Buffet Area Entrance
Your guests will come up the stairs and enter the bar and buffet area that connects to outdoor area and the main event room. The stairs on the right side lead up to the private Bridal suite.
Private Bridal Suite
The stairs in the main room lead up to the private Bridal suite. There is a spacious set of rooms for the Bridal party and Bride to prepare for the wedding.
Main Event Room
Our main hall offers endless opportunities for your events. Ceremonies and receptions are beautiful in this area.
The Cotton Press can seat up to 200 guest in this area.
We have a beautiful private outdoor area, complete with a large patio, rustic outdoor bar and ceremony spaces