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Steeped in history, and built from salvaged and repurposed materials, the barn at Iron Horse Ranch offers a rustic luxury venue for you to host your event with capacity for up to 200 guests. Whether you choose a larger or smaller gathering, Iron Horse Ranch is sure to exceed all your expectations.

Besides the magnificent barn and manicured property, Iron Horse Ranch offers a picturesque two-acre pond and a covered bridge for your guests to enjoy. 

The pond is one of the most beautiful features of Iron Horse Ranch. This healthy and natural ecosystem, stocked with largemouth bass, provides one of many perfect settings for your ceremony and pictures.
The covered bridge is a rare and charming feature that offers a photographer’s dream backdrop.

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Designed to look and feel like a century barn, the barn at Iron Horse Ranch was constructed using traditional methods of mortise and tenon masonry. The stone was sourced from the old high school in Owen Sound along with materials from the YWCA in Peterborough. The ironwork, including the gates, chains and brass door handles were rescued from the Collins Bay Penitentiary in Kingston. The cobblestones at the base of the stairwell are from the walkways around the J. W. Little Stadium at Western University. The plank flooring was salvaged from the Petawawa National Forestry Institute, while the charred panels at the back of the bar are the rafters from a fire at the Lindsay jail. 

These features create an ambience of storied Ontario histories that is sure to impress and elevate your experience at Iron Horse Ranch.

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