WEDDINGS AT CABRILLO NATIONAL MONUMENT
To help you determine if Cabrillo National Monument is the best choice for your wedding location, we offer the following guidelines:
• Weddings may not start later than 3:30 pm. The park closes at 5:00 pm.
• Maximum number of 100 people. The site cannot accommodate more than this.
• Site is reserved in one hour blocks for wedding.
• Due to the natural terrain of the area, set-ups such as chairs, carpet runners, arches, trellises, podiums, organs/ pianos, loud music instruments or related items are not allowed. Flowers are permitted as long as they arrive and depart with the wedding party.
• No rice, birdseed, balloons, flower petals, or other decorations may be thrown, left or set up.
• Non-amplified low sound music from flutes, harps, guitars, etc. is permitted. Amplified music or public address systems are not allowed.
• There may be a guest who must sit down during the ceremony; someone may bring a chair for them and carry it out when leaving. Chairs may not be set up in advance of the ceremony.
• No live animals, insects, birds or others may be released.
• All vehicles must park in the main parking area, not by the Wedding Bluff site. Disabled persons may be driven to the lighthouse area and the cars returned to the main parking area.
• Wedding parties and guests must pay entrance fees. Wedding organizers may pay for their guest's entrance fees.
• Applicant is responsible for damages and accidents related to event.
To download a Wedding Permit Application, click here.
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Did You Know?
Did you know that Cabrillo National Monument boasts one of the best harbor views in the world? On clear winter days, you can experience a panorama that stretches from Mexico to the snow-capped mountains east of Los Angeles.