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Nestled in a stunning valley of Redwood Forest in the Coastal Santa Cruz Mountains, Roaring Camp Railroads is one of the most unique venues to say “I do.” Your guests will travel across our covered bridge and be transported back to a time when trains ran on steam and people gathered and celebrated around a campfire under the stars. Choose from three ceremony sites and then dance and dine the night away in our beautiful redwood barn. Let us make your day truly magical. All Aboard!

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2023-2024 Wedding Brochure

Ceremony Sites:

Steam Train To Cathedral Grove

Take your guests on a round trip, exclusive-use, 100-year-old steam train through the forest to exchange vows in a fairy circle of Redwoods formed by three generations of trees coming together in a perfect circle.

School House Lawn

Exchange vows on our beautiful, expansive lawn nestled next to a vintage schoolhouse under the shade of oak trees.

Bret Harte Hall

Walk down the aisle inside our rustic Redwood barn. Guests will love the warm atmosphere with ceremony stage spot-lights, wrought-iron chandeliers and twinkle lights.

Reception Site:

Bret Harte Hall

Dine and dance the night away in our beautiful, 6,000 square foot rustic barn complete with wrought-iron chandeliers, twinkle lights and full theatrical lighting throughout that will change to fit every moment of the evening. Massive barn doors slide open, welcoming guests onto the adjacent lawn for games and seating around our fire barrel.

To inquire about holding your wedding and/or reception at Roaring Camp, Click Here.

Sheriff pin

The Marshal can be found trotting around Roaring Camp grounds on his horse or singing a tune with the deputy at the jailhouse. Locate the Marshal to have your passbook stamped.

Gold pin

Dredge for gold at the Gold Panning station. Once you Strike it rich, ask the forty-niner to stamp your Kids Club passbook. Every stamp gets you closer to the loot!

Trolly pin
Departing from the Santa Cruz Mountains, travel through Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park, down the scenic San Lorenzo River Gorge, across a 1909 steel truss bridge and through an 1875 tunnel before arriving at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk.