Nestled in the foothills of Golden, CO, just south of picturesque Tabletop Mountain and a mere 20 minutes from downtown Denver, everything you had hoped for in a unique venue space awaits you at Mount Vernon Country Club!
Mount Vernon Country Club’s panoramic rooms all feature beautiful vistas of mountains, canyon and Denver’s city lights. Large outdoor decks provide a spectacular setting along with ample indoor space for your ceremony and reception.
The Club provides multiple options for wedding ceremonies and receptions, engagement dinners, bridal showers and rehearsal dinners, with six unique spaces available for hosting functions of up to 220 guests.
In-house event planning is inclusive in the rental pricing and Mount Vernon Country Club’s staff is equipped to arrange custom tailored menus, audio-visual equipment, entertainment and décor to ensure the event of your dreams. Your guests are sure to be impressed by this unforgettable location.
Named for its close proximity to Mount Vernon Canyon, Mount Vernon Country Club opened in 1923 and is one of the oldest private clubs in the Denver area. Featuring rolling, green pastures instead of a golf course on the grounds, and luxury with a nod to Colorado’s rustic, natural ambience in the club house, Mount Vernon Country Club has long been pleased to offer its event facilities to non-members to celebrate all of life’s occasions.
Check out what some of Mount Vernon Country Club’s brides and grooms have to say!
We’ll leave you with a few tips for planning your wedding in Colorado:
1) Colorado is famous for its bright, sunny days, boasting an average of 300 sunny days each year, meaning… There is no bad time of year to plan your wedding in this breathtakingly beautiful state!
2) Wear sunscreen. Not only are there more days of sunshine in Colorado, the sun is also stronger as you are at a higher elevation. UV exposure increases between 4% and 10% for every 1,000 feet above sea level. Denver is situated at 5,280 feet and the Rocky Mountains soar as high as 14,000 feet.
3) While we’re talking heights… Being at a higher elevation puts wedding guests at risk for altitude sickness. The best way to prevent this and ensure your guests have the time of their lives is to drink lots of water, both before traveling to the Denver area, and while you are there. Experts recommend that you drink twice as much water in Colorado than at sea level.
Need more information about Mount Vernon Country Club? Visit www.mountvernoncc.com or call 303-526-0616.
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