A cornerstone of Hamilton County’s rich history, Coxhall Gardens was gifted to Hamilton County Parks and Recreation Department by Jesse and Beulah Cox. The rolling green landscape, mirroring ponds, stately bridge and twin bell towers provide a picturesque backdrop for any event. The Centerpiece, an amphitheater design, lends itself to a romantic wedding ceremony site. Cripe Pavilion, located only steps away from the Centerpiece, is an open air tent structure with marble stained flooring, lantern chandeliers and perimeter lighting perfect for dining and dancing the night away.
Looking for an intimate space with both inside and outside appeal…look no further, Coxhall Mansion accommodates each. Once the home of the Cox family, the mansion was built with entertaining friends and family in mind. Hamilton County Parks and Recreation has preserved the rich heritage of the mansion, while updating the venue to accommodate the needs of today’s events.
Cripe Pavilion: 350 sit –down, 250 with dance floor, 500 stand up reception
Cox Mansion: 80 sit-down inside or 100 sit-down inside/outside, 120 stand up reception inside/outside
2000 W. 116th Street
Carmel, IN 46032