For those who are looking to host an unforgettable wedding in an unrivaled natural environment, Camp Hale Weddings in Vail, Colorado, is love at first site.
Here, you can elevate your love in a custom-made wedding experience that will engage every guest. Our talented team will work with you hand in hand to devise the wedding you’ve always dreamed of — and deserve.
Uniquely, Camp Hale Weddings offers a blank slate from which you can create a wedding experience for all time. Whether your wedding is small or large, it’s sure to captivate in our spectacular outdoor setting.
At Camp Hale Weddings, beauty surrounds you. You can stage every aspect of the wedding here, from ceremony to reception, and count on Nova Guides for truly extraordinary bachelor and bachelorette parties.
This is not any wedding. This is yours. You have one chance to make your wedding perfect — always choose for better.
Ready to design your storybook wedding in Vail? Contact our team now at (719) 486-2656 or . Visit CampHaleWeddings.com to learn more.
Availability: Open seasonally
Capacity: 250 guests
Event Spaces: Indoor or outdoor ceremony and reception, and inclement weather backup
Wedding Planner: Required
Food & Beverage: Outside catering vendors allowed, but not alcohol
Our guests couldn't get over Camp Hale's mountain views, beautiful ceremony island and the brilliant starry night sky. I am confident that this venue will continue to serve as one of the most special spots to get married in all of Colorado!
— Carolina A.
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LEARN MORE We had a perfect day, in the most beautiful location, everyone kept RAVING about how gorgeous is was. We can't thank Camp Hale and their wonderful staff enough!
— Shane V.
How did the venue become a wedding venue?
Camp Hale was once a World War II combat training ground for the 10th Mountain Division. History comes alive at our venue with traces in the outlines of old structures and climbing rocks used by the 10th Mountain Division.