The Garden Room






Outdoor Ceremony Venues in Loveland

Here are just a few outdoor venues that may interest you as a ceremony site.

The Mccreery House
(746 N. Washington Ave in Loveland)

The Garden Room has partenerd with The McCreery House to offer a unique outdoor ceremony location and/or rehearsal dinner. The McCreery House is a Historic Home built in 1890 with a beautiful private garden. It's only located 2.6 miles away from The Garden Room and hourly rates are available.

Benson Sculpture Park & Gazebo
(Located at the corner of 29th & Beech)

Site Includes: Sculptures, Gazebo (reservable; seats 50), Walking Path, Benches at the Gazebo & in park area, and Ponds

Please call for more information and rentals rates: (970) 962-2727

Norma & Lynn Hammond Amphitheater
(at North Lake Park 29th Street & Taft Avenue)

The amphitheater has a seating capacity of 300, in the grass area. It provides the setting for a wide variety of activities including various City events, concerts, plays, public gatherings, and weddings. A reservation includes a large concrete stage area with lighting. Additional equipment (tables, chairs, PA system, etc.) may be reserved if available. This may require City Staff and Set-up Time, which may be subject to an additional fee.

Please call for more information and rentals rates: (970) 962-2727

Foote Lagoon Amphitheater
(at Civic Center Park 3rd Street & Washington)

The amphitheater has a seating capacity of 300, in the cement stair-step area. It provides the setting for a wide variety of activities including various City events, concerts, plays, public gatherings, and weddings.

This amphitheater is reservable through the Public Works Department - Facilities Management. Please call for more information and rental rates: (970) 962-2738

Viestenz-Smith Mountain Park
(Hwy 34, four miles west of the "Dam Store" in Big Thompson River Canyon)

Walking Path around Tailrace Pond with Benches and Fishing nearby. Reservations are not permitted in either area on a holiday date, or during a holiday weekend. This is due to overcrowding in the park, and conflicts with general public parking and overflow usage.

Please call for more information: (970) 962-2727