|GROUP SERVICES INFORMATION|
North Bend State Park
29 Lodge rooms
1,988 total square feet of conference space
The Conference Room (38 ft. X 22 ft.)
Douglas Room (48 ft. X 24 ft.)
View floor plan of lodge and conference facilities
Policies and Guidelines - click here to view.
Food & Beverage
Full Service Restaurant
Complete Meeting Package Rates
Audio-Visual Equipment on site:
Weddings and Reunions
North Bend offers several outdoor locations
Shelter #1 - This shelter is approximately 39’ X 17' and can accommodate 75 people. There are restrooms close by and a large parking area. There is no electric at the shelter
Shelter #2 - This shelter is approximately 40' X 42' and can accommodate 75 people. There is small parking area and no electric.
Shelter #3 - This shelter is approximately 600 square feet and can accommodate up to 250 people. It has a large stone fireplace/grill. There are restrooms close by, ample parking, electric, and a bridge.
Turner Gazebo - The gazebo is located on the North Bend Rail Trail and is approximately 406 square feet with a small balcony overlooking Bonds Creek. There is no electric at the gazebo and no motorized vehicles are allowed on the Rail Trail.
When you spend $150 or more on catering from our restaurant, there is no charge for the above shelters.
Additional rental items:
Other things to consider:
The Hardly Able Carriage Company offers transportation
North Bend Rail Trail
Berdine's Five & Dime
Kristi Steed, Group Services Coordinator
"The food was out of this world, and so was the folks who work there - Every courtesy imaginable was extended to us. Thank you so much for making that special day really special."
We had an AWESOME time on our trip!! The weather wasn't the best, but it didn't stop us from our activities. The kids were so excited & having so much fun that they didn't want to leave. I really appreciate how easy you all are to work with & what a great job you do helping us plan this special time for my class. I truly look forward to sharing this opportunity with my students each year!
– Gretchen Hammer