A wedding is a reunion with a purpose. It’s a milestone event that brings together family and friends, to reminisce, tell stories and make new memories. Most wedding venues are designed for formal affairs where guests gather for a few brief hours for the rehearsal dinner, ceremony or reception. At Camp Woodbury, you hang with your guests onsite for the entire weekend or even a week. Let the aunts take over the kitchen and make your favorite family dishes. Sit on the porch swing and talk with folks you haven’t seen in ages. Or, if you are a camp director at heart, set up games to see which of your friends really knows how to paddle a canoe on your own private lake.

 

For availability and pricing, please contact tom@campwoodbury.com.

There are lots of options for what happens where, and it’s fun figuring it out with your planner. We share how others have used the 150+ acre event space and work with you to make it your own, whether it’s winter or summer. We have enough tables, chairs and dishware to serve about 100 if you host your rehearsal dinner or Sunday brunch at camp. We provide the brawn to move the furniture, but washing the dishes is on you (or someone you get to help). For the big event, we definitely recommend hiring a caterer with staff so you don’t have to deal with the messy details.

There is always a lot of planning that goes into a wedding and a lot of different services needed to pull it off. Ask us about our favorite vendors for wedding planning, catering, tent and table rental, bartending, lighting, music, etc.

Just like the camp you went to as a kid, there are camp rules. While it might have been fun breaking the rules when you were 10, we would ask that you check them out in advance to make sure you can live with them.

Camp Rules

The deck set up for dinner