The Adaumont Farm Story
One of The Triad’s most unique properties. Adaumont Farm is 400 acres of rolling hills and pastures in Trinity, North Carolina just 15 miles outside of Greensboro. Home to Kyle and Pattie Petty, this stunning horse farm carries the names of their three children, Adam, Austin and Montgomery Lee. Although a storied NASCAR family, their crowning achievement is the Victory Junction Camp near Level Cross, where nearly 5,000 children with life threatening or chronic illnesses find hope, laughter, friendship and adventure every year. The camp has become a shining example of what character and commitment can achieve.
A gated entrance marked with our signature “A” opens to a winding drive, putting you into the center of this magnificent estate. As you crest the hill, stop for a moment and take it all in. Adaumont Farm is close to most everything, but the pure privacy and country elegance makes it feel miles away from everyday living.
The Farm's Amenities and Buildings
The Barn at Adaumont Farm was once a fully functioning horse barn and riding ring but has been transformed into a premier event destination that is unlike any other. In total, the barn is 25,000 square feet of country-chic décor built around a central reception & entertainment area. Flanked by casually elegant sitting areas and wrapped in Covered Porches you and your guests have an atmosphere where large events and intimate conversations can take place at the same time. The richly styled Barn includes a Reception Area, 2 Kitchens, Restrooms, Mezzanine, Sitting Areas with comfortable chairs and sofas indoors and an abundance of outdoor seating beneath the covered porches.
There is a Stage and a private Band Room to accommodate performances of all kinds.
The Pergola and Stone Patio provide the perfect backdrop for an outdoor wedding ceremony or special gathering. Everywhere you turn the views are incredible. Overlooking our 30 acre lake and sprawling pasture there isn’t a better place to watch the sun set or gaze at the stars. The vast lawn provides ample space for ceremonies of all sizes.
Racing Trophy Room
Hidden in the Barn you will find a Trophy Room like no other. It is a private museum detailing the racing careers of Kyle and Adam Petty and some of their contributions to NASCAR. A walk through the Trophy Room gives you a look at some of the cars, racing suits, trophies, photos and rare collectibles of the most famous family in NASCAR history. It is a unique change of pace and rare opportunity to find a venue that provides you access to a space like this.
** To open the Racing Trophy Room Adaumont requires the client to hire security for their event and will assist in making those arrangements.
The Bridal Suite
Our beautiful Bridal Suite includes a Bedroom with a floor length mirror, a tall hanging rack for dresses, a large private restroom with multiple sinks and mirrors, and a separate lounge area with comfortable seating to relax with friends and family. This is an ideal space for the entire bridal party to get ready in style.
The Hunting Lodge
Our Hunting Lodge is the perfect Groom’s Lodge, or location for a casual reception or dinner. The perfect spot for a southern style barbecue or a low-key place for the groom and his party to enjoy. The Lodge has 1200 square feet of handsomely appointed indoor/outdoor space. The inside is comprised of comfortable seating, a kitchenette, and a private restroom. Outside gives prominence to a covered pavilion with oversized picnic tables, a vast stone fireplace, a rocking chair porch complete with a swing, a built in grill and access to the skeet shooting range and sporting clay course . This is truly a great, low-key space!
Target shooting is not only good practice, it can be fun competition and an excellent way to become thoroughly familiar with your shotgun while honing your shooting skills. Shooting also presents an excellent opportunity for corporate team building and can be a viable source of fund raising via charity shoots.
Sporting clays probably presents the truest hunting scenarios and can be extremely challenging. Shooters walk a course and stop at different stations- Clay targets are thrown at varying angles and speeds at each station to simulate the flight of birds and, in some cases, running rabbits and squirrels. Adaumont Farm features a 10 station manual course.
In skeet shooting, two traps inside “houses” – one “high house” and one “low house” – throw clay targets. There are multiple stations placed in a semi-circle between the two houses. Shooters rotate between stations. Adaumont Farm features automated high/low towers.