Discover 6 Rustic & Quirky Wedding Venues in the Adirondacks

Weddings are becoming more and more personable – gone are the days when everyone got married in a church. Now, ceremonies take place everywhere from hotels to banquet halls to golf courses and beyond. Why compromise when you can have the wedding you’ve always imagined?

If you’re looking to get married in the Adirondacks, you’re probably picturing a woodsy and whimsical wedding with a country feel. Perhaps you’re thinking of a barn wedding, or something outdoors with a picturesque Adirondack backdrop.

Browse these six rustic and quirky wedding venues in the Adirondacks and then start planning for your big day!

Gore Mountain

a bride and groom holding hands and being photographed at their mountaintop wedding

Did you know? You can get married on top of iconic Gore Mountain! Or if you’d prefer, you could hold your ceremony at the base of the mountain – either way, you and your guests are in store for a truly unique wedding.

You can add family-oriented activities to your celebration you won’t be able to get anywhere else, with scenic gondola rides, miniature golf, fireworks, and much more.

The Barn at Castle Creek

the inside of a barn decorated for a wedding

A local bride’s father built this venue for his daughter in Whitehall, now called The Barn at Castle Creek. This young woman had the wedding of her dreams at this rustic barn, and you can too! The family has now opened up the barn for rentals.

The Barn at Castle Creek is situated at the end of a long, dirt road next to a manmade pond. The 40’x60′ barn took two years to build and exudes that country feel many Adirondack brides are looking for.

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Burlap and Beams

bride and room holding hands in front of a barn with curtains drawn

Burlap and Beams is a wedding venue located on a farm in Athol with stunning views of Three Sisters Mountain. You’ll be sure to capture fantastic wedding photos here!

They offer an extensive wedding package with lots of perks included: a white peek tent with full lighting, handcrafted farm tables, Adirondack chairs around a fire pit, high tops for cocktails, and so much more. You’ll also get to make use of the Bridal Barn and Grooms Barn.

Somewhere in Time

a quaint wooden building on lush grass

You could get married in Diamond Point in a Victorian mansion that will transport you and your guests into a different era. The entire bed and breakfast can be rented out for weddings!

Located a few miles north of Lake George, Somewhere in Time is nestled on lush grounds with a garden and fish pond, and is right at the fingertips of all that the Adirondack and Lake George regions have to offer. Get married outdoors – there is a pavilion that can seat 110 – or indoors amongst the old-world setting.

Lodge on Echo Lake

chairs set up for a wedding in front of a lake with an alter

Get married among a backdrop of Adirondack woodlands and a pristine lake at the Lodge on Echo Lake in Warrensburg. This venue is ideal for a wedding of any size, from small, intimate gatherings to large, 200 guest ceremonies.

Enjoy cocktails with your family and friends on a deck overlooking the lake, enjoy a private bonfire after the wedding, and simply bask in the Adirondacks on your special day.

Forest Lake Camp

You’ll be sure to have a memorable wedding at Forest Lake Camp in Chestertown. If you’re seeking the quintessential Adirondack wedding look no further – you’ll have access to 823 acres, a 25-acre lake, 20 miles of private hiking and biking trails, and more.

Forest Lake Camp is located at the end of a private road, offering a secluded wedding experience for those looking to get away from it all to exchange their vows.

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