your event at a spectacular estate on Vashon Island, nestled between a small lake and a bluff overlooking Puget Sound with an incredible view of Mt. Rainier. This unique and stunningly beautiful 40 acre property is a special place. The event area is a huge field surrounded by a natural Alder and Madrone forest: quiet, secluded, pristine. One-thousand feet of private beach with a bulkheaded area for entertaining (whether the tide is hight or low), a kitchenette, barbecue, fire pits, outdoor shower and a covered sleeping platform right at the water's edge make this a place not to be missed. Swallows, herons, eagles, Canada Geese, wild ducks enjoy the pond, deer meander through the woods, humpbacks, sea lions, otter and Orca frolic, sailboats and ships pass, and Mt. Rainier looms majestically across the water, and the twinkling lights of the city glimmer in the distance at night.
The peaceful, picturesque property is available for retreats: executive/corporate, team-building, yoga, personal growth, writing and art workshops.
~Accommodates groups of 10-500: Loft & Beach property can be booked for smaller parties (up to 65 guests) or Vashon Field and Pond for up to 500 guests.
~Four picturesque cottages, and Bluff House can be rented separately for film or photography and sleep up to 23 overnight guests plus tent and RV camping
~1200 feet of private, secluded shoreline with bulkheaded beach area: kitchenette, propane barbecue, fire pits, picnic tables, chaises and umbrellas, outdoor shower/sink and toilette.
~Parking on-site for up to 150 vehicles
~A golf cart and Gator for transporting supplies and equipment around the 40 acres
Dressing areas for models, storage space for equipment, and serene wilderness conveniently located less than an hour from Seattle
Featured in Seattle Bride Magazine, https://seattlebridemag.com/island-idyll-romantic-washington-wedding-beautiful-vashon-field-pond, Pacific Magazine, Country Living Magazine, Sunset books, Better Homes and Gardens, BBC and CNN television productions including Anthony Bordain's Parts Unknown,
Ben Bridge Jewelry, Cutter and Buck, Evergreen Softtub, Seattle Bride Magazine Feature Jan 2019 ed.
Experienced with film, advertising, television, and photography (magazine and catalog) production requirements: huge staging area, large open barn area for storage, white screen photos, etc.
"Where do I begin?! Lisa and Sherry and Larry were absolutely amazing hosts for our wedding. They treated us like family and helped made our wedding weekend so special. The grounds were stunning and the gardens were in full bloom. The loft,the studio and the coach house were decorated beautifully. Our wedding was so much more than I could have imagined because of our amazing hosts. Even the pony and beautiful Grady made an appearance for photos. Harry and I will remember this weekend forever and we are so appreciative of all the help and support that Lisa and Sherry and Larry provided to us and our family and friends. Everyone had an amazing time and it was just perfect! Thank you so much to Lisa and Sherry and Larry for being a part of our special day!” ~ Alyssa & Harry
It goes without saying, but we know that Vashon Field and Pond will always have a special place in our hearts. Lisa's place is a real life dream come true, complete with beautiful blooms, quiet forests, and endless waterfront. Given local restrictions with the COVID-19 pandemic, we ended up planning a mini wedding -- but, we can only imagine how majestic a full-sized wedding would be on these beautiful grounds! We also loved working with Lisa to plan our big day. In the months leading up to our wedding, Lisa was always quick to answer any of our questions over email/phone and offer up different suggestions when we needed to get creative. She is the most gracious host, and I know she worked tirelessly behind the scenes to coordinate with all of our vendors and make sure that everything went smoothly on our big day! As a bride, I was truly able to navigate the day without a single worry on my mind.Our wedding was even more perfect that we could have imagined, and we owe it to Lisa for opening her doors to us and our families. Thank you, Lisa! Andrea Sohn & Harbin Kim