Make the most of your wedding day by hosting your ceremony at Hermit Park Open Space! 

Hermit Park offers the simplicity of an outdoor wedding venue with mountain meadows and scenic Rocky Mountain views. If you are interested in hosting a wedding or event at Hermit Park, please make your Group Pavilion reservation online through (Click here for more information about our Group Pavilion amenities, details, and rules.) 

The covered pavilion is in the heart of Hermit Park Open Space and adjacent to a large 2.5 acre meadow. The meadow, which is filled with aspen groves, ponderosa pines, and often wildflowers, is a beautiful wedding ceremony site offering scenic views and stunning rock formations for photo opportunities and outdoor group gatherings. The pavilion features stone wrapped columns, picnic tables, a gas fire pit, and a large propane and charcoal grill with catering space for up to 150 people. Electricity is available through a generator upon request, and potable water is available at the nearby Bobcat Campground. Vault toilet restrooms are located approximately 150 feet away from the pavilion in the parking lot. A sand volleyball court and horseshoe pits are also available. The 4-mile round trip Kruger Rock trail, located directly across from the meadow area, is a moderate hike with spectacular views of the Continental Divide. Nearby cabins and campsites are available to reserve at the park as well.

The secluded and breathtaking Hermit Park open space sits on 1,362 acres while offering stunning views of Longs Peak, thereby making the group pavilion venue perfect for outdoor enthusiasts by offering a backcountry feel in an affordable front country location. Make a reservation today at or call 970-577-2090 for more information. (Pavilion reservations at Hermit Park can be made up to 24 months in advance.

ALERT: Beginning with reservations in 2023, the Hermit Park Pavilion hours will be 10am - 8pm. Please stop by and check out the amenities, or email us at with your name, event type, date, phone number, and any questions. 

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