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Roseland Park Wedding Venue – Woodstock, CT

Description of the Aesthetics, the Looks, and Feel

One of the most exciting days of your life is when you finally say “I do” to your partner. But you know that preparing to tie the knot isn’t as easy as it seems. There are a lot of things you need to consider, such as the budget, the dress, number of guests, the menu, and of course, the venue, among others. The location of your big day says a lot about the entire experience. It sets the mood and the feel of everything — from the design to the music. With that in mind, you’d want to choose the place that best represents your vision for your special day.

The Roseland Park wedding venue is a well-known park and event place in Woodstock, Connecticut. Get hitched in a property that consists of 390 acres of forested land, manicured lawns, sports fields, a fishing dock, and playgrounds. It gives you a stunning view of Roseland Lake and offers several outdoor activities after your event. The place is also dog-friendly, so you can let your furry friends join the party!

This versatile Connecticut wedding venue is perfect for your event as it offers functional amenities, including:

  • Exchange vows and share your first dinner as a married couple in the same place with up to 200 of your guests
  • Be mesmerized by the natural beauty of the property highlighted by lush greenery, playgrounds, and the 90-acre Roseland Lake
  • Choose the outdoor ceremony area that fits your theme
  • Have amazing photos with the rustic barn or the picturesque outdoor features of the venue as your backdrop
  • Treat your guests to outdoor activities, such as fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding, canoeing, and picnicking
  • Give your guests peace of mind as they park their vehicles in the free, secure parking
  • Let your furry friends be part of your celebration — the park is animal-friendly

If you are still searching for your perfect venue be sure to bookmark our List of Wedding Venues in CT!

venue spotlight

 Roseland Park


205 Roseland Park Rd, Woodstock, CT 06281, United States

phone number

+1 860-963-9557

venue type

 Historic Park, Barn, Pavilion, and Boat house

A Brief Overview of the History

The Roseland Park wedding venue opened in 1876. It was donated by the Bowen Family to the people of Woodstock, CT, and the surrounding neighborhoods. The park used to accommodate multitudes of attendees at Fourth of July parties that the Bowens hosted each year. The park has been a favorite venue for private and public events, such as birthday parties, reunions, bridal showers, and weddings. 

Notable Features

A great Connecticut wedding venue should have breathtaking features, and Roseland Park does not disappoint. With an area covering 390 acres, you and your guests will never run out of spots for photo opportunities. The forested lands, manicured lawns, sports fields, and playgrounds are all Instagram-worthy — your social media friends will surely love your snapshots!


Several activities should give your family and friends reasons to enjoy their stay even more, such as boating, fishing, golfing, picnicking, walking, and running. Rest assured that your big day is going to be magical and memorable!

Accommodations for Ceremonies and Receptions

The Roseland Park wedding venue is a spacious location for your rustic, eco-friendly wedding. You can have both your ceremony and reception on this property. The amphitheater can accommodate up to 200 guests. To find out the site’s capacity, it’s best to fill out their contact form:

Pricing, Packages, and Potential Fees

The barn at Roseland Park wedding venue can be rented for $2,950, which gives you the freedom to choose the spot in the park for your ceremony. You can also rent the barn with the beach house for an additional $250 or the barn with a pavilion for $125 extra. You can rent the whole place for $4,500. The 200-seat amphitheater with stage is available for another $200. For a complete list of rates and fees, visit their rental page:

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