A wedding party inside Glenwood Caverns

For a fairytale wedding, a head start on the ups and downs of life or a hope of living happily ever after, some couples choose amusement parks for their destination nuptials with the promise of fun for family and friends.

Spectacular Settings

Many parks are already set up to host group events, and some promote the added value of private marriage ceremonies and receptions. Disney offers an elaborate set of services, including professional and online planning, with options for travel to Florida, California, Hawaii, or an ocean cruise far from the roller coaster of life. Or you can tie the knot in the Knott’s Berry Farm Hotel that has three ballrooms, a gazebo and event planners on staff. Couples get use of a reception room, a wedding cake and a champagne toast.

Outstanding Service

Some Six Flags locations highlight their service. Six Flags St. Louis hosts ceremonies and receptions for groups of at least one hundred. Six Flags Great Escape offers its Mohican Lodge for a country-style banquet hall that holds up to 275 people as well as a courtyard for outdoor ceremonies. The happy couple gets a free bridal suite for the night.

A Special Day to Remember Forever

At Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park, couples looking for a fresh, casual event can wed in a beautiful mountaintop setting on our covered restaurant patio or viewing deck or find deep commitment in the caves. Caverns wedding packages include the tram and meal and, if desired, upgrades to the attractions.

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Gene Stowe

Gene Stowe

Gene Stowe was a reporter for The Charlotte (N.C.) Observer for 13 years and head of the writing program at Trinity School at Greenlawn, a four-time U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon School in South Bend, Ind., for 10 years before he became a full-time freelance writer in 2008. His first book, Inherit the Land: Jim Crow Meets Miss Maggie’s Will, was published in 2006. He lives in Monroe, N.C.
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