Our little antique chapel in the woods was built to be the backdrop to one very specific wedding–that of our founder, Carol and her husband Craig. The property at 7F was originally owned by Carol’s father, a WWII veteran. He and his fellow Aggies would frequently come to the property to hunt and to remember the war. Carol strongly believes … Read More

One of my favorite things about 7F is the sense of history that pervades the property. Everywhere you look, you see pieces of the past, whether it’s in the form of old farm equipment, the chuck wagon at the Pavilion, or the buildings themselves. All of these things have stories, and as an English major, I have to say, I … Read More

7F Lodge has so many wonderful qualities, from its secluded Chapel and cabins to the loving care put into the décor and maintenance of the property by the housekeepers. By far one of my favorite features, and one that I think is not celebrated enough, is the network of trails connecting the Chapel, Ice House, and various cabins. These paths … Read More

  As a student worker at 7F Lodge, I get to see the inner workings of the machine in more ways than I can count. In my third year as a full-time student at Texas A&M and my second year as a part-time employee at 7F, my schedule is always full, but as soon as I step onto the red … Read More

  Sully’s Place is an Aggie’s paradise. From the hardwood dance floor to the Aggie-themed wall hangings to the mural of Sully on the front porch, this cabin brims with tradition. Like the story of Rock and Danielle, we invite you and your lover to go on a journey and reminisce about those sacred days you spent on campus.                                                           … Read More

The Barn at 7F Lodge is a convincing miniature of the barn in Carol’s story about a worn and weary cowboy, Coop, who discovers this safe haven and takes shelter there from a deadly winter. He eventually falls into passionate love with the owner of the barn, Eleanor, and finds himself drawn to the warmth and desire that emanates from … Read More