THE MAIN HALL

The Pavilion is Pepper Plantation’s privately owned clubhouse in the center of an equestrian-themed community consisting of scenic views, a horse track, stables and riding trails. In 2009, this brand new clubhouse opened up to the public for hosting events.

The Pavilion is available to rent “as is” from 10 am until 10:30 pm for events booked on Fridays and Saturdays, with a music cut off time of 10 pm. Events booked Sunday through Thursday have a rental time period of 10 am to 9:30 pm with a music cut-off time of 9 pm. The music cut off time is strict due to Pepper Plantation being a residential community with neighbors close to the clubhouse. During this rental time, your guests have access to the facility and surrounding lawn, dock and gazebo areas. Wedding ceremony locations include the lakeside lawn area behind the facility, inside the main hall area, side porch area, the front lawn and the gazebo.

Guest parking is located in the two gravel lots in front of the facility and around the horse track area. The approximate capacity of this venue is up to 200 guests.

THE PAVILION FEATURES & AMENITIES

The Main Hall is now air conditioned for those hot summer days! The Main Hall area consists of 3,000 sq. ft. of open floor space with 8 swinging barn doors that give this “modern barn” a rustic and country-chic vibe. Exposed wooden beams, large ceiling fans and accent wall light fixtures encompass this venue’s “cathedral like” ceilings. The massive brick fireplace with its black wooden mantle sets the mood with its towering presence. You will also find a convenient caterer’s prep area and some fancy restrooms inside the Main Hall area.

If you choose to book your event in one of the colder months, there are built-in propane heaters, two fireplaces and a large fire-pit that will help your guests stay warm and toasty. S’more stations set up by the lakeside fire-pit and patio have become a popular Pepper tradition. Additional heaters may be required for the chillier winter months — especially on the porch areas.