A. M. Booth's 100 year old lumberyard offers the freshest and most original party space!
A.M. Booth's Lumberyard began in 1895.
The original building for the kiln, used for drying wood, now houses the Lone Goose Saloon.
The 108 Main Entrance was once a street between two buildings. The cherry-wood bench in the hall comes from the owner's chainsaw and his backyard. (It is only notched together, no screws no bolts.) The tracks were here from the Lumberyard and the railroad car was purchased from the Chase Railroad Museum in Huntsville. The Smith's have lovingly restored the Lumberyard from the junkyard it once was, salvaging as much as they could and scavenging the neighborhood for the rest. Most of what you see on the shed porches was found here on the property.
Spaces on the property include a veranda, stage, V.I.P. area, central courtyard, and an event bar.
Weddings, Fund Raisers, Christmas Parties
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