Announcing a New Wedding Venue in Scotts Mills, OR. Affordable rates for rental of a quaint and outdoor setting for weddings, reunions and memorable events. The site is located in the City Park at 330 First Street in Scotts Mills. The Grange Hall located at 299 Fourth Street is also available for indoor events. Summer dates available with Park rates starting at $350 and Hall rates starting at $120. Find Scotts Mills Grange on Facebook or visit our website www.weddingmemoriesinthepark.com
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Jenny · Married on 09/10/2011
I found our vendors to be polite, courteous, and very helpful. I recall during one visit we noticed some wasps going in and out of a metal hand bar for the ramp to the Grange. We were concerned that they might be a problem since guests would likely grab that bar for support up the ramp and might get stung. The vendors made note of the problem and a few days later when we visited again the wasps were completely gone.Sent on 02/07/2012
They were also helpful in opening the Grange early so our family could get decorating done and my Aunt (the wedding planner) could prepare the wedding cake.
When we were still in the planning stage of our wedding and just looking for a venue they gave us a tour of the area and let us look over the park. Overall they seemed pretty easy going, and they didn't pressure or hassle us to make the choice then and there.
If you're looking to have a nice outdoor wedding with just family and friends I'd recommend Memories in the Park. The scenery is lovely and they even have a big wooden arbor they can put out if you so choose. Though it looks a little plain be itself there's plenty of space on it to hang flowers on it or string some tulle. Oh, and you can't really tell from the picture there but the bridge there is part of a running water feature. There's a little water wheel to the right the runs and there's a small pond on the left that has a "tree stump" in it that acts as a fountain and sprays water upwards. Though I wouldn't recommend having it on during the wedding (as the sound of water might drown out the officiant) it'd be nice to turn on afterwards and get some pictures near.