With beautiful, picturesque views of Mt Rainier, and the crisp Washington air surrounding you, Tacoma Sportsmen’s Club is the perfect place for your wedding ceremony or reception. Typically a conservation organization that provides events and facilities for members and the public to improve their outdoor shooting skills, on the day of your wedding it will be transformed into the perfect romantic and rustic space for you to tie the knot. Your ceremony and reception can be held in the large Chateau hall. Complete with high vaulted ceilings, dark rafters, and a hardwood floor, the space is very open to creativity and flexibility when it comes to creating your perfect celebration. You can choose to hang gauzy fabric from the rafters to enhance the intimate feel or bare bulb string lights to highlight the rustic atmosphere. You and your guests will have a fun and unforgettable celebration full of food, drink, and dance in this welcoming and rustic space.
Indoor/Outdoor Ceremony, Indoor/Outdoor Reception
Max Indoor Ceremony: 250 guests
Max Outdoor Ceremony: 250 guests
Max Indoor Reception: 250 guests
Max Outdoor Reception: 250 guests
Flexible set up start time. Early morning can be arranged. Events must end by 2:00AM.
The rental fee ranges from $250 to $1,600 for a ceremony and reception and includes 14 hours of event time excluding set up and clean up time. The setup fee for a ceremony only wedding is $450. Ifyou are wishing to hold a rehearsal is booked it is $100 per hour. A refundable security deposit of $1,000 is required. Please inquire with venue coordinator for weekday weddings.
The average wedding cost at Tacoma Sportsmen's Club is estimated at between $1,970 and $8,408 for a ceremony & reception for 100 guests.
|Bride's dressing area|
|Podium and/or stage|
|Tables and chairs provided|
|Overnight accommodations available|
|Full kitchen facilities|
|Large parking lot|
|Approved outside caterer allowed|
|Amplified music OK indoors and outdoors|
|Smoking outside only|
|Music must end by midnight|
Wedding Day Availability (Last updated Feb 06, 2016)