Camp Wildwood operates as a boys sleep away camp for 7 weeks every summer. However once the campers leave the property transforms into the perfect space to host a wedding weekend or event. This rustic wedding venue offers a serene and private location for couples to exchange vows and celebrate their special day. Sitting on 80 acres of land with direct beach access to Woods Pond, the venue is located approximately an hour from Portland International Jetport. Our facilities are generally available to rent from the middle of August through the beginning of October.
We are extremely flexible with how the couple hopes to approach their big day. Whether you want to get married down by the water, at homeplate or on the steps of our 120 year old lodge the entire property is open for use! The homes and bunks on the property can hold up to 300 "campers" for the weekend festivities.
Recommended by 92% of couples
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Lyndsay · Married on 06/16/2018
Great Venue and beautiful property
We had our wedding Aug 25th of 2018 and it ended up being a perfect weekend. Weather was sunny and 70’s all weekend and the venue was beautiful. We used Joel to be our chef all weekend and the food was amazing. Highly recommend using Joel he really made the weekend. The venue was great and accommodated around 150 ppl. The only issue we had all weekend was Mark who was extremely nice when he showed us the venue and even a few times we came up before hand. He was micro managing us all weekend and would pull us to the side during the weekend demanding rules. One big issue we had was during the middle of our rehearsal dinner when he stopped the party and told everyone who parked their car on the grounds near the main cabins he would call and have them towed immediately. So majority of the party had to stop eating dinner to move their cars. Very unprofessional. We loved the venue, accommodations, Joel the chef and being right on the water. Just was caught off guard with Mark during the weekend with the way he managed the weekend.Sent on 02/12/2019
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