Port of Allyn




A small-town port and recreational park, the Port of Allyn is a precious waterfront venue with an amiable, blissful atmosphere capable of enriching any outdoor wedding. Established in 1921 as the oldest port in North Mason, the venue is a historic piece of the community springing from humble beginnings as a fishing, transportation, and military site. With green manicured fields, a light refreshing breeze, and a whimsical whitewashed gazebo sheltered by a wood-tiled roof, the port exemplifies a low-key, magical location of long-lost summertime dreams. Lights can be endearingly strung about the outer edges of the gazebo, while weather breaks can be attached to its columns to accommodate for rainy days. Furthermore, bride and groom alike will revel in the sensation of simple, romantic beauty as they walk along a natural grass aisle while overlooking the sun-dappled Puget Sound. The small strip of sandy beach and pleasant picnic tables enrich the community feel of this versatile wedding site.

Venue Style

Banquet Hall/Restaurant, Community Center, Ballrooms


Outdoor Ceremony, Outdoor Reception


Max Outdoor Ceremony: 500 guests
Max Outdoor Reception: 500 guests

Time Restrictions

Flexible set up start time. Early morning can be arranged. Events must end by midnight.

Rental Fees

The rental fee is $350 for a ceremony and reception and includes 12 hours of event time including set up and clean up time.

Wedding Cost

The average wedding cost at Port of Allyn is estimated at between $2,148 and $4,228 for a ceremony & reception for 100 guests.





Amenities Included

Ceremony arch
Venue set up and clean up
No kitchen
Large parking lot
Dance area

Special Restrictions

BYO alcohol
No rice, birdseed, confetti, etc.
Approved outside caterer allowed
Amplified music OK indoors and outdoors
Smoking outside only
Music must end by 10:00PM