"Taylor Made Weddings"

Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life. On the beautiful beach of Fort Zachary Taylor State Park you'll create memories to cherish for a lifetime.

Fort Zachary Taylor is a 54 acre park offering 4 reservable sites for a wedding by the water or on the beach.

R1- The Driftwood is located on the west side of the park on the Key West Shipping Channel. A great place during the day with shade under the Chikee Hut and a wonderful place to watch the sunset 

R2- The Point
Among locals referred to as “The Point”, this spot is located on the west side of the Park where the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico combine. R2 offers fabulous sunset views year round. Located at the entry of the Key West Shipping channel R2 is always an active site with sunset boats sailing by, fishing boats coming and going and an occasional cruise ship passing, it is a breathtaking experience.

R3-The Beachfront is situated on the Southwest part of the beach. A great place to wiggle your toes in the sand and say "I do."

R4- Also referred to as “The East Beach,” R4 is nestled on white sand and tropical vegetation on the east side of the Park. The R4 site is in the midst of Jamaican palms and lush sea grapes, which creates a secluded atmosphere for small or large groups.

Find everything you need to make your dream wedding come true.

We understand this is a very special day for the bride and groom. We have created a base package called the Coral Collection and an A La Carte Package where we enable you to personalize a package to fit your desires.

Please Contact Event Director Kirsten Corpion for more information regarding availability, package information, and a personalized quote. Appointments are suggested to view the sites and the park.

Non-Reserved Wedding Agreement - PDF - Text

Reserved Wedding Agreement - PDF - Text

Map of Fort Zachary Taylor - Click Here

Congratulations on your Engagement!  Thank you for visiting Fort Zachary Taylor.

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