Whether you want to get married by the water, in a lush park or in a historic building, Regional Parks has got you covered with options from as far south as the Delta, as far north as Rio Linda and all along the American River Parkway.
“We offer a wide variety of venue options at affordable price points, and we allow people to utilize their own caterers and vendors,” said Liz Bellas, Director of Regional Parks. “Some of our more popular locations for wedding rentals are Ancil Hoffman Park, River Bend Park, Sunrise Access, Jean Harvie Community Center and Gibson Ranch Regional Park.”
Those interested in getting married along the American River Parkway
will be happy to know that they can rent space at any Regional Parks facility along the parkway. The American River Parkway is a great facility for outdoorsy couples and nature lovers.
- The open spaces make this a great option for families
- Ceremonies can be held near the river
- The parkway is open from sunrise – sunset
- Electricity is limited, so generators may be needed
The Jean Harvie Community Center
in Walnut Grove is a great option for history lovers. This facility is an early 1900’s schoolhouse located in the heart of the Delta and offers a variety of opportunities for holding both large and small events.
- More than 6,500 sq/ft of indoor space available
- A newly created bridal suite
- Outdoor space by the Sacramento River can be utilized
Gibson Ranch Regional Park
is a great option for people who want a country-inspired wedding. Weddings can be held indoor, outdoor or a combination of both.
- The Ranch House is a rustic, indoor facility with tables and chairs (set-up/breakdown included) with bride and groom suites are available
- Lighted outdoor patio with large lawn area
- Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, but still close enough for hotel accommodations
- Gibson Lake makes for a beautiful ceremony backdrop
- Wide-open spaces, play structures and horseshoe pits make Gibson Ranch a great option for families