PlumpJack Weddings

The 1960 Winter Olympic Delegation built the original hotel. But in 1995, a complete renovation prepared the PlumpJack Olympic Valley Inn for the next century. This is a comfortable and casually elegant mountain resort and wedding venue. Lake Tahoe PlumpJack weddings put you in a wonderful, private corner of the Palisades Village.

Although the bustle of the mountain village is right around the bend, you would never know it at the PlumpJack. The quiet and secluded creekside patio is the most popular ceremony site. During the winter months, the venue can also host your ceremony indoors. The downstairs dining area by the pool is a precursor to a rafter-shaking party in the space upstairs.

Occasionally, brides and grooms opt for a ceremony at High Camp on the mountain. Because you cannot drive to this location, the Palisades tram carries you and your guests both up and down the mountain. After your ceremony, the PlumpJack Inn is a great location for an outdoor cocktail hour. Not to mention an indoor dinner afterwards, followed by dancing.

Aside from photo opportunities on the mountain, the PlumpJack has a variety of great locations as well. From the Aspen groves by the creek to the granite monoliths around the pool, there are numerous spots for fun and creative wedding photos. In the event you have extra time on your wedding day, a short drive to the meadows is a worthwhile trip for proper views of KT-22, the Palisades, and the Tram Face.


The PlumpJack Squaw Valley ceremony site sits dramatically at the base of the famous Tram Face.


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This is a series of posts to help you find the perfect Lake Tahoe wedding venue. For more information, visit the PlumpJack website. Chris Werner is a Lake Tahoe wedding photographer with a modern, candid, photojournalistic approach. Learn more about him on his bio page, or by contacting Chris Werner Photography.


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