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groom and bride on dockMoon Meadow offers access to a 50-acre meadow, 25-acre lake, and over 3 miles of hiking trails.
arbor and benchesThe unique space is close to Lake Placid and can accommodate a variety of weddings and events.
area set up for wedding in the fallYou can consider Moon Meadow the blank canvas to customize the Adirondack wedding or event you're envisioning.
Fall wedding dinner table in the Adirondacks - Photo by Avonture Elopements
Fall wedding on private property in the Adirondacks - Photo by Avonture Elopements
Couple on private lake along the mountains in the Adirondacks - Photo by Avonture Elopements
Rustic outdoor wedding and elopement event space on private property - Photo by Mark Spooner
Tented wedding on private property in Adirondacks - Photo by Avonture Elopements
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Meadow and lake on Moon Meadow - Photo by Mark Spooner

Overview

Moon Meadow offers access to the 50-acre meadow, 25-acre lake, and over 3 miles of hiking trails for your quintessential Adirondack wedding. They can accommodate a variety of events and sizes, and will help customize your perfect day.

A New, Outdoor Wedding & Event Space Near Lake Placid

Moon Meadow offers a tranquil, unspoiled retreat for the Adirondack wedding of your dreams. The private property is 20 miles from downtown Lake Placid, has Whiteface Mountain in view, and offers a ton of options for couples.

The unique space can cater to different types of ceremonies and events, including but not limited to intimate weddings, tented weddings, engagement sessions, and more - ask about their adventure elopments! Whatever type of wedding or event you're planning, Moon Meadow can serve as the blank canvas for the event you're envisioning.

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