Nestled away in gorgeous upper Broomtown Valley, 3 miles from the south city limits of LaFayette, the beautiful Queen City of the Highlands, and county seat of Walker County in Northwest Georgia is BLUEBIRD HOLLOW FARM. Established in June 1992 when acquired by Ray C. and Charlotte Burnfin, it is located in a rustic valley setting on Duck Creek and is indeed a bluebird haven. In the shadow of Atwood Mountain, which is an outstanding feature of the Pigeon Mountain Range, its environment is both serene and tranquil, being also rich in Native American history.
We are life members of the North American Bluebird Society. For further information and education about bluebirds, visit their web site (CLICK HERE)
BLUEBIRD HOLLOW FARM is listed by the Georgia Department of Tourism as one of the many wonderful places to visit throughout our great state. Use this special link for direct access to our venue, visit their web site (CLICK HERE).
To provide an environment where creator God may be acknowledged and worshipped in an open outdoor setting, sharing this experience with true believers of all faiths. To provide for nature conservation and preservation with a special focus on bluebird conservation and education.
Establish horticultural gardens with many plant varieties, flowers, trees and shrubs.
Conduct music concerts, outdoor weddings, receptions, family reunions, birthday parties, picnics and numerous similar Christian-oriented activities, accommodating church, business, and civic organizations for purposes of religious, business and educational activities.