Small Market Meetings

APR 2017

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April 2017 23 Rock LOCATION The Rock, Georgia TYPE OF VENUE Off-site, ranch CAPACITY 7,500 NEARBY ACCOMMODATIONS Hilltop Garden Inn Forsyth, Georgia CONTACT INFO 706-647-6374 www.therockranch.com Rock Ranch The Rock Ranch has a profes- sional kitchen on-site that can do it all, from fancy food for wed- ding receptions and proms to picnic favorites like pulled-pork barbecue and hamburgers. The Rock Ranch even has its own Chick-fil-A production kitchen, so Chick-fil-A sandwiches are an obvious choice for fans of the restaurant. Many of the sides and desserts, like homemade potato chips and homemade blackberry cobbler, are prepared with ingre- Catering The gathering areas and meet- ing spaces are spread throughout the more than 1,500 acres and can accommodate up to 7,500 guests comfortably in climate- controlled indoor spaces and shaded outdoor spaces. Planners can group multiple venues to create the perfect space for an occasion, including Truett's Barn Main Dining Room, for up to 1,000 guests; the Covered Side Meeting Space Wing of Truett's Barn, for up to 200 guests; Truett's Barn Upstairs Meeting Room, for up to 100 guests; the Chick-fil-A Pavilion, for up to 180 guests; and the Carousel Pavilion, for up to 120 guests. The spaces can be config- ured with picnic tables, chairs, tents and even seating on the lawn or patio with views of the scenic pond. dients grown on the farm. The ranch grows garden vegetables, strawberries, blackberries and blueberries, and raises its own hormone-free, antibiotic-free premium beef on-site. It also operates the Farm to Office farm- fresh meal delivery program for its groups, along with a farmers market where groups can pur- chase farm-fresh produce. Alcohol is not allowed at events at the Rock Ranch. A small train takes visitors on sightseeing rides around the ranch.

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