Congrats to all 211 Couples Who Got Married at Bridal Cave in 2020!

Happy New Year from Bridal Cave and Thunder Mountain Park! This week, we would like to pay a special tribute to all of the wonderful couples who got married at Bridal Cave this year! In 2020, we had 211 weddings inside Bridal Cave and we wanted to say congratulations! Check out a collage of all of our couples from 2020 below. 



2020 Bridal Cave Couples 









Get Engaged Over the Holidays? 

Did you get engaged over the holidays? First, congratulations! We hope you continue to enjoy this time with your new fiance! Once it's time to start planning, we would love to be part of that process. 

Get Married Inside Bridal Cave 

If you are planning a small wedding and you are a couple looking for a unique venue, then Bridal Cave may be the perfect wedding venue for you. It is an absolutely breathtaking backdrop for your nuptials with a lot of history. Over 3,500 couples from around the world have exchanged vows here with us. Our underground Bridal Chapel can accommodate up to 50 standing guests.

We Can Even Host Your Reception! 

Why travel to multiple venues when you can have both your wedding and reception in one place? Whether you prefer to get married inside Bridal Cave, outside at our lakeside pavilion, or at Thunder Mountain Even Center, we can host your reception! Your reception will be held at our event center at the Lake of the Ozarks. If you want to have a small intimate ceremony inside Bridal Cave and invite your guests to your reception we can certainly make those accommodations as well. 




Congrats to All 211 Couples in 2020!

Congratulations to all 211 couples who got married at Bridal Cave in 2020! We hope to get to meet even more wonderful couples in 2021!

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526 Bridal Cave Road
Camdenton, MO 65020
(573) 346-2676


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