Blue Water Farm

There were so many highlights of having a wedding at Bluewater Farm; the beautiful walk up to the forest chapel, the sunset views over the lake and the rustic, yet charming and adorable on-site accommodations in the Lodge, Lake House, Ice House and Beech Cottage. Plus, the Bluewater team was fantastic to work with! Their flexibility and event planning experience made for the perfect wedding. 

Thank you Bluewater!

Kier & Mandy Byrnes 

The Chapel

Bride & Groom
Bride & Groom
Photo © ARS Magna Studio
Bride & Groom
Summer View
Wedding March
Pew
Autumn View

Property Features

The outdoor chapel was originally created in the 1950s. The benches were made from the trees that were cleared right there. It’s a very special place, kind of magical. A few years ago we spent the summer clearing the trail and the view, and rebuilding the benches and the altar.

From this highest spot on the property you can see the length of Bradley Lake and the whole Kearsarge range, an amazing and unique spot. "Where heaven meets the lake." is how Jo Crisp described it.

The benches are hewn from hemlock and a stone altar sits at the front.

The chapel is open-air and can seat about a hundred people. Many couples have chosen to use this spot for their wedding ceremony

View our video slideshows of past weddings and events, or visit our flickr page for photos.

The Chapel

At a Glance

  • Open-air chapel
  • View of Bradley Lake and the whole
    Kearsarge range

  • Hemlock benches seat about a hundred people

  • Clear walking trail to the chapel