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    June 28, 2016

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Camp Lucy’s path from family ranch to wedding and special event destination began when Whit’s oldest son Ian moved to Asia several years ago – an odyssey that, quite unexpectedly, would marry this Texas property with French Colonial buildings from Vietnam and inspire Whit to open up the family’s land so others could experience the Hill Country dream.

Today, the original chapel, pavilion, and events hall, along with surrounding gardens, stone terrace, arch, and great lawn are collectively known as Ian’s Chapel to honor Whit’s son.

Sacred Oaks, Camp Lucy’s second venue, opened on September 22, 2013. Named Sacred Oaks to honor the space’s remarkable setting, the venue expertly blends the impeccable design and enviable style that are the hallmarks of Camp Lucy with the natural surroundings. The stunning ceremony site, with lights dripping from the canopy of ancient oaks, has rapidly become a sought-offer backdrop for weddings. Also in 2013, the Hays County Historical Commission pronounced the big live oak at the Sacred Oaks ceremony site as the biggest live oak in the county and we’ll keep those bragging rights until a larger one is found (no word yet).

In the spring of 2014, Camp Lucy was very excited to introduce our first on-site lodging. The Camp Lucy Cottages are private and spacious luxury hotel rooms with exceptional amenities and, of course, offer the ultimate convenience for our guests.

In October 2015, we opened Whit’s Inn On the Creek, a gorgeous luxe-rustic rehearsal dinner and corporate event venue nestled by Onion Creek.  This venue is ideal for weddings of fewer than 80 guests and for the foodie bride who is looking for a gastro-pub reception experience.

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