Lake Tahoe Historical Wedding Sites
Gatekeeper’s Museum
A three-acre lakefront location featuring a beautiful, secluded lakeside lawn expanding into a rustic, forest setting, accommodating up to 300 guests. The entire park is closed for your event, providing flexible hours with only one event scheduled per day.

Ehrman Mansion at Sugar Pine Point State Park
This beautiful state park is located on Lake Tahoe’s West Shore in Tahoma.  It’s perfect for lakefront ceremonies and lakeview receptions of up to 250 guests.  The serene reception site has a expansive view of Lake Tahoe and cedar gazebo.  During the cocktail reception guests get to dine like Kings and Queens enjoying a view from the porch of the 12,000 square foot historical mansion.

The Thunderbird Lodge
A six-acre lakefront historic estate, this enchanting and memorable venue provides a tranquil setting with Lake Tahoe and snow-capped mountains as your panoramic backdrop.  With a waterfront gazebo, underground tunnels, stone pathways, waterfall, private beach, poker room, secluded patios and the home of the infamous Thunderbird boat your guests will arrive and leave in awe.  The Lighthouse Room and the lakeside lawn are the perfect locations for your ceremony and reception for up to 120 guests.

Valhalla Grand Hall at the Tallac Historical Site
Located on the grounds of the U.S. Forest Service in South Lake Tahoe, the majestic Scandinavian-style grand hall is an ideal setting for wedding ceremonies and receptions for up to 120 guests.  Built in 1923 with beautiful wood floors, an open wood beam ceiling, a balcony of lodge pole pine and a magnificent 20 foot high stone fireplace this venue is truly one of a kind.

Kehlet Mansion at Meeks Bay
The Kehlet Mansion sits on the edge of Lake Tahoe at the furthest reach of Meeks Bay’s north point. Built by the resort’s founders, the mansion’s spectacular views and secluded lakefront location provides a perfect, rustic setting for weddings of approximately 125 guests. Accommodation options comprise of the mansion, individual knotty-pine mountain cabins located just steps away from the lake as well as comfortable beachfront rooms that provide optimal access to Meeks Bay Resort.

The Richardson House in Historic Downtown Truckee
Step back in time for your next event with this historical estate perfect for an intimate wedding, rehearsal dinner or other social event.  Overlooking downtown Truckee and North Star this historical estate shows off its true charm with stunningly restored Victorian décor and 7 suites with 6 1/2 bathrooms.  The white picket fence, large yard, rocking chairs on the porch and the blooming garden are only a few of the romantic spaces this home has to offer. With all the comforts of home, the Richardson House accommodates approx. 14 people overnight with plenty of room to unwind in the parlor.  This estate can accommodate up to 50 guests.