Tahoe Paradise Park

Tahoe Paradise Park – Ceremony Site with Reception Facility Option

Wedding location at Tahoe Paradise Park

In a secluded area situated adjacent to Lake Baron, an offshoot of the Truckee River, lies Tahoe Paradise Park. This wedding venue provides one of the most serene and private settings available in the South Lake Tahoe area. The rugged Sierra Nevada Mountains emerge beyond the surrounding forest, providing a picturesque backdrop of unsurpassed splendor.

With such serenity and natural surrounding beauty, the park affords an ambiance for an intimate and quixotic wedding. The scenic panorama will also yield unmatched photography, providing exquisite photos for lifelong memories of your special day in paradise.

The gazebo and tree where ceremonies are performed

Two options you’ll have regarding where your wedding will take place are under the 1,000 year old cedar tree or in front of the nearby redwood gazebo. Both ceremony areas are adjacent to each other and are quite spacious, each able to accommodate up to 150 guests. Chairs for your guests are available for an additional fee.

For those who wish to attain a ceremony venue and a reception facility at the same location, Tahoe Paradise Park makes this available to you. A small jaunt from the gazebo area is the park’s clubhouse that is rented out for wedding receptions and special events (available during the summertime only). Desirable perks of the clubhouse include a refrigerator and a small prep kitchen for catered food or food preparation. With all clubhouse rentals, you are at liberty to hire a caterer of choice and furnish your own form of entertainment.

The park's recreation hall available for receptions The patio area of the reception hall

Contiguous to and included with the clubhouse rental is a sizable, outdoor tented patio, which is ideal for an open-air reception. A super nice benefit of having access to the outside patio area is the extra space it provides for larger parties. The erected canopy is an added amenity and a great convenience, allowing protection should intemperate weather occur. Although chairs and tables are not provided for either of the indoor or outdoor areas, they can be furnished at additional cost by a local supplier.

Couple married in front of Lake Baron

Tahoe Paradise Park is located in California about 8 miles from the heart of South Lake Tahoe in the City of Meyers and is easily accessed with plenty of available parking. The park is suited for both large and small parties, and appropriate for either formal or informal weddings.


(Clubhouse rentals Friday through Sunday require a 7 hour minimum booking from 2pm to 9pm with additional hours available from 10am to 2pm. Monday through Thursday require a 3 hour minimum booking anytime between 10am and 8pm. The clubhouse is generally available May through October and requires an additional $350 security deposit that is refundable if park contract terms are met.)

Monday – Thursday
$795 (ceremony only; includes site permit fees)
$1395 (ceremony with 3 hour clubhouse rental)

Friday – Sunday
$895 (ceremony only; includes site permit fees)*
$2895 (ceremony with 7 hour clubhouse rental)

* Ceremony only reservations for Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays during the summer are limited without clubhouse rental, and typical available hours are from 9am to 12pm.

Our Tahoe Paradise Park Wedding Venue includes:

Groom and his bride walking away holding hands

  • 2 Hour Private Park Reservation (ceremony only)
  • Minister
  • Professional Photographer
  • Marriage License
  • Notary Fees
  • Consultation
  • Traditional or Personalized Vows
  • All Photographic Images Plus Copyrights
  • Digital Video of Ceremony (option)
  • Wedding March Music
  • Site Permit

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Add to any package

  • Limousine Services $295 (2 hours)
  • Limo Coach (seats up to 18) $425
  • Digital Videography $325
  • 6 Rose Bridal Bouquet $75
  • Groom’s Matching Boutonniere $20
  • 3 Rose Bridesmaid Bouquet $45

Closeup of bride in front of lake Husband and wife in an intimate moment

Newlyweds look out at Lake Baron at Paradise Park