Have your wedding with APRC

Perhaps you are dreaming of a wedding in Lithia Park? Or maybe the Oak savannah and sweeping views at the Oak Knoll Golf Course is more your style,complete info at

If your choice is Lithia Park, it's equally as beautiful as the Oak Knoll Golf Course! 
The information provided here is everything you need to know about a wedding in Lithia Park. Reservations for park sites are available May through September. Please note: We only provide the wedding site. Renters are required to procure liability insurance.

Remember that a reservation does not allow major paths through the park to be closed. All paths will remain open to the general public at all times. It is possible that events (picnics/runs/parades) will occur in or near the park at the same time as your reservation. Noise, limited parking and a high volume of park users are considerations in  having a wedding in a public park.

View areas in Lithia Park that are available to reserve for your wedding! 

The following precautions are necessary to have a minimal impact as possible to the lawn areas:

  • Stakes are not allowed to be placed in the ground and aisle runners are not allowed on the lawns
  • Tents or arches are allowed, as long as stakes are not used
  • The irrigation system is timed to operate between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. The watering frequency is determined by the weather and all lawns may be a little damp depending on the time of year and sunlight exposure
  • Bird seed, plant seed or rice of any kind is not allowed in or near any planted area or shrub bed (seeds make weeds)

To reserve a facility, please email or call the APRC Office at 541.488.5340.

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