Camelot was the first Grand Room to open at Kings Mills and has many unique features, which makes it the perfect location for your wedding reception. The vaulted hardwood cathedral ceiling supported by massive fifty-foot trusses, dating back to the 18th century, presents an awe inspiring presentation of craftsmanship of a time gone by. The post and beam structures that surround the Camelot Grand Room stand as sentinels, guarding the precious history entrusted to their care, and the ten foot wide, two hundred year old colonial fireplace towers majestically over the stunning hardwood floors. Eleven over-sized Palladiun windows allow sunlight to gently cascade over the ageless timbers and allow your guests a perfect view of the magnificent sculpted waterfall and the grounds of Kings Mills. The cake cutting will truly be an event that is enjoyable for the guests to watch and capture in a photograph that is reminiscent of a Currier and Ives moment because the cake is displayed in a raised alcove off the end of the room. The alcove also features a beautiful view of the cake through a window that can be photographed from the staircase. Through the main entrance to Camelot stands a large covered deck with seating, so that your guests can enjoy the surroundings of the mill.
Camelot can accommodate 240 guest with a dance floor.