Bennett's Creek

Virginia Beach



Enjoy a wedding celebration at Bennett's Creek Park in Suffolk, Virginia. This nature preserve consists of 57 acres of woodland country. Bennett's Creek snakes through the park creating an intimate and beautiful landscape of land and water. This venue has restroom facilities and covered shelters that may be reserved for your special event. For those seeking a wedding that is close to nature, this is a great option. Imagine walking the trails with friends and family as you make your way to a scenic wedding site. This natural surrounding will serve as a backdrop to your wedding vows, creating a charming and simple ceremony. You and your guests will happily remember the intimacy of such an affair. A casual reception can be held under a reserved shelter with friends and family. Celebrate into the evening in comfort. You and your guest may even engage in playful games of tennis, disc golf, or skateboarding. Bennett's Creek provides a peaceful and elegant day.

Venue Style

Park/Garden, Outdoor


Outdoor Ceremony, Outdoor Reception


Max Outdoor Ceremony: 50 guests
Max Outdoor Reception: 50 guests

Time Restrictions

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

Rental Fees

The application fee is $50 for a ceremony and reception and includes 4 hours of event time excluding set up and clean up time. The set up fee for a ceremony-only wedding with no reception is $150/hr. Additional hours can be arranged for a fee of $150/hr. A refundable security deposit of $150 is required.

Wedding Cost

The average wedding cost at Bennett's Creek is estimated at between $1,422 and $6,571 for a ceremony & reception for 50 guests.



Amenities Included

Venue set up and clean up
Day of onsite manager
No kitchen
Public parking
Picnic tables and benches

Special Restrictions

No rice, birdseed, confetti, etc.
Approved outside caterer allowed
Amplified music OK indoors and outdoors
Smoking in designated areas only
Music must end by 8:00PM
No alcohol permitted
Music must end by sunset