If you are looking for an Old West feel to a wedding, a must-see location is Bonnie Springs Ranch Wedding Chapel and Reception Hall. The wedding chapel services start at $250. For the reception hall, daytime buffet reception packages start at $29.95 per person for fifty or more guests. Two hour beer and wine bar is $18 per person and the same for a open bar is $24 per person. Wedding planners also have the ability to take over the whole town with homemade BBQ, wild west entertainment saloon girls, dancing girls, cowboys and much more.
Bonnie Springs Ranch Wedding Chapel
Where is Bonnie Springs Ranch? It is west of Las Vegas just past Red Rock National Park. Take Charleston Blvd west and you cannot miss it when you get to the mountains – 10 minutes west of Las Vegas. What is at Bonnie Springs Ranch? Couples and family an enjoy horseback riding, an Old West themed Motel that also has a pool, restaurant, and petting zoo. The petting zoo features a wide variety of native and exotic animals. However, the main attractions are a ride on a train and the Old West shows. The Old West shows are inside what they call Old Nevada. Od Nevada features live shows and gunfights, 1990’s melodrama, and wax museum – as seen on the TV show Ghost Adventures. Bonnie Springs Ranch is very kid friendly during the day. The shows get kids involved and participating. At night, there are ghost tours for the adults.
For the country themes wedding in the Las Vegas area, this is the place for a wedding. Yes, there are dirt roads and trails. The nearby scenery includes Red Rock National Park. So bring your cowboy boots and get ready to cowboy up! One of the best features is that all the people working on the ranch are in character and look and play the part.
For more information, visit Bonnie Springs Ranch official website.
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