Crooked Oaks
768 Red Creek Road
Notasulga, AL 36866
P: 334.257.1519
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Owned by former Auburn University Head Football Coach, Pat Dye, Crooked Oaks is the ultimate destination for a southern experience.

Experiences:

From weddings to family reunions, conferences, retreats, and everything in between – let Crooked Oaks provide a spot for you to come and enjoy the heart of the south. Enjoy a weekend of breathtaking wilderness, rustic comfort, and southern hospitality to celebrate any occasion.

To learn more about wedding packages, visit here. Wedding and site tours are available by appointment only.

For more information on booking an event, visit here or email info@crookedoaks.com

Hunts: 

Get placed among the longleaf pines and sage grass that creates a healthy and natural habitat for the perfect hunt.

Harvest the adrenaline that comes with working alongside focused bird dogs and skilled guides. Certified field-to-table prep comes with every successful hunt, so enjoy bringing home the fruits of your labor to throw on the grill and a story that speaks to the tradition alone.  

Lodging: 

Where rustic retreat meets southern hospitality, let them cultivate a space for you to kick off your boots and relax.

Whether you are looking for a rustic hunting lodge to accommodate large parties, or a cozy cabin tucked away, stay among the whispering longleaf pines, where the Crooked Oak roots have run for generations. 

Gardens:

Pat Dye had a special interest in Japanese Maples. Among the nursery and gardens on the property, you will find over 200 varieties in propagation. 

Crooked Oaks champions a message to younger generations of getting outside to enjoy the simplicity of nature. With a garden manager ready to ensure that your tree can live a happy, long life in your yard, they offer unique tours and helpful information on bringing home your own Japanese Maple.

Check out the Japanese Maple Cultivar List for more information on purchases from Crooked Oaks Inventory.

 

Stay up to date with Crooked Oaks events and tips by reading their blog!