Wedding & day-use sites
> ALERT All wedding and day-use facility sites are closed indefinitely and no reservations are being accepted due to COVID 19. When these facilities reopen, capacity will be determined by state and local guidelines.
Landmark buildings in Washington State Parks are available to rent year round for a variety of occasions. They are attractive, comfortable structures that have been refurbished for public use and equipped with modern amenities. Located in a variety of state park settings, they offer the spirit of history in beautiful outdoor environments.
Weddings, receptions, family reunions, company picnics, business meetings, public lectures and performances are common reasons to rent day-use heritage places, which are available at the following state parks:
- Cama Beach State Park
- Cape Disappointment State Park
- Fort Townsend State Park
- Fort Worden State Park
- Kitsap Memorial State Park
- Peace Arch State Park
- Saint Edward State Park
- Scenic Beach State Park
Note: A one-day or annual Discover Pass is required for vehicle access to Washington state parks.
The center is a wonderful location for weddings, business retreats, parties, and family reunions.
Saratoga Vista is great to rent for picnics, family reunions, weddings and other special events.
The lighthouse and surrounding grounds are available for wedding ceremonies only.
A modern replica of the historic 1800s stable, the Friends' Barn is perfect for weddings, family reunions, company gatherings, nature camps, classroom activities, and more.
Historic place of worship originally built for the military, this chapel is located right inside the gates of Fort Worden.
This is the newest building at Fort Worden State Park and Conference Center.
Historically used as a social gathering hall during the military era, this historic facility is the perfect location for wedding receptions.
Historically used for military performances, this charming old-fashioned theater is decorated in an original art-deco motif, and has a lighted marquee and glass encased ticket booth.
Lovely old-fashioned log hall sits atop a wooded bluff, with a panoramic view of Hood Canal and the Olympic Mountains.
A scenic location for meetings, company picnics, weddings, receptions, and reunions.
Charming garden alcove that was used by priests for prayer and meditation, surrounded by woods with many plant, bird, and animal species, plus expansive lawns and trails leading to Lake Washington.
Beautiful setting with garden, expansive lawn, lush landscape, charming gazebo, and spectacular view of Hood Canal.