Central Park can comfortably accommodate up to 250 guests seated throughout the facility. Our professional staff set up and take down all tables and chairs for each event. The facility rental coordinator will work with you to design the best layout for your event. The three options for a seated dinner are the Valley Creek Banquet Room on the lower level (150 guests), the upper level pathway and plaza (125 guests), and the outdoor patio (100 guests).
The fees to rent the facility include a private rental from 5:30 p.m. to midnight and the set-up of all tables and chairs. Fees are as follows:
165 guests and under: $1,071.25
165 guests and greater: $1,285.50
165 guests and under: $1,285.50
165 guests and greater: $1,499.75
(Fees include Minnesota sales tax. Some fees are subject to change.)
Food and Beverage
Central Park allows you to bring in any Minnesota licensed food caterer to enhance your event. Any events serving alcohol must go through our exclusive beverage caterer, Green Mill of Woodbury. If you will be serving alcohol at your event, there is an additional fee charged to have a security officer present. Renters are responsible for discussing the catering guidelines with their caterer and submitting a copy of their caterer permit, as well as their proof of insurance to the building coordinator via fax at (651) 702-1346.
Green Mill of Woodbury - (651) 735-1000
Below are the fees for the Central Park Linen Service
$12 per guest table linen (white, black or ivory) and 8 napkins (white, ivory, or colored)
$8 per guest table linen (white, black or ivory)
$10 per service table skirt (white only)
You are welcome to bring your own decorations and accessories. Please note that all candles must be in votives and nothing can be taped or tacked to the walls. Additional set-up/photo shoot time can be arranged on a first come first served basis between 4 and 5:30 p.m. at a fee of $80.34 per hour.
Please note: Central Park full facility rentals will be temporarily unavailable beginning in January 2019 due to potential future renovations of the facility. The prospective remodeling project has yet to be finalized and approved by the City Council.