Welcome to the area!
Come visit the farm! Conveniently located off of state route 586, our 280 acre farm is easily accessible and provides seclusion and beautiful natural surrounding scenery to give you the wedding experience you’ll never forget.
Home of the historic Heisey Glass log cabin. The log home on Black Run Farm was known as the Heisey Hunting Lodge when it was built in 1925. The house was constructed from several older log homes dating back to the 1800’s. The Lodge sits in the middle of 284 acres and is a must for photo opportunities. Additional historic locations on the farm are the old stone quarry that was utilized to supply the building materials for the stone drive leading back to the Heisey Lodge. And remnants of a Native American village can be found deep within the woods. The farm is currently owned by the Griffith family who aspires to preserve the history of Black Run and share its amazing story.
Craig and Keri Griffith, long-time local residents of 40+ years, purchased the property in 2017 after having one of their daughters' weddings there. They fell in love with the historic land. Since the purchase of the property, the Griffiths, and their four daughters, have dedicated themselves to bringing the farm and its historic features back to their former glory while providing a beautiful and peaceful space to host memorable events. Standing by their strong family values, every couple is treated as such. They strive to ensure your wedding is as accommodated, unhurried, and as peaceful as they can make it.