Last weekend some work friends and I took a trip out to Olympic National Park. The primary reason of the trip was to look at a potential wedding venue on the shores of Lake Crescent. The venue we toured is called NatureBridge, an outdoor camp group with affiliated facilities in a number of national parks. My friend’s were looking for an open outdoor venue with lots of flexibility and space close to nature, and NatureBridge fit the bill perfectly after a few minutes of walking around (even before the guided tour). The camp sits on the shore of a pristine lake in the midst of Olympic National Park, is secluded and self contained so there won’t be any outside disturbances (like tourists wandering through), has housing and a kitchen on site, provides two naturalist guides to entertain guests on the lake and in the forest, and is made available for the entire weekend’s use. The icing on the cake is the fact that they are a non-profit where all of the wedding costs are put straight back into teaching children about the great outdoors.
Here are all 25 pictures I took of the wedding space. Enjoy!
Nearby interpretive trail:
As this is not a true wedding venue there are only a limited number of dates available (only weekends). Luckily a date in August 2015 was still available and has since been penciled in for Cole and Colleen. Congratulations, and enjoy everything NatureBridge has to offer!
Photos taken 17 August, 2014 with a Nikon D7100