Titlow Lodge




Built originally as a hotel in 1911, Titlow Lodge is a recently refurbished craftsman style building located in a 49-acre beachfront park on Puget Sound near the Tacoma Narrows. The Lodge offers a charming venue whose many windows allow natural sunlight to shine in on your breathtaking ceremony. The wraparound veranda offers you and your guests the chance to step outside to take in the beautiful natural surroundings. Indoors, the Lodge has ample space for gatherings up to 220 people or banquet seating for 140 people. You may decide to arrange the space to allow for a ceremony with banquet style seating to accommodate both a ceremony and reception in one convenient setting. The hardwood floors become a great dance floor should you decide to host an evening of festive dancing. With a banquet permit, you may also offer beer, wine and champagne. Raise your glasses and toast to your happily married life!

Venue Style

Community Center


Indoor Ceremony, Indoor Reception


Max Indoor Ceremony: 140 guests
Max Indoor Reception: 140 guests

Time Restrictions

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

Rental Fees

he rental fee ranges from $600 to 1,000 for a ceremony and reception and includes 4 hours of event time excluding set up and clean up time. Additional hours can be arranged for a fee of $240/hr. A refundable security deposit of $500 is required.

Wedding Cost

The average wedding cost at Titlow Lodge is estimated at between $3,319 and $10,657 for a ceremony & reception for 100 guests.





Amenities Included

Bride's dressing area
Groom's dressing area
Dance floor
Tables and chairs provided
Venue set up and clean up
Day of onsite manager
Kitchen for prep only
Large parking lot

Special Restrictions

BYO alcohol
Venue must approve all decorations
General liability insurance required
No rice, birdseed, confetti, etc.
Approved outside caterer allowed
Amplified music OK indoors and outdoors
No smoking
Alcohol must be served by licensed bartender/caterer
Music must end by midnight