Weddings and Special Events at Mount Sunapee

Come join us this year, Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter and make memories that last a lifetime!
Everything is better in the Mountain Air!

Mount Sunapee is the perfect 4 season mountain, with breathtaking scenery, a friendly smile, and a wonderful place to explore any time of the year. Enjoy all the area attractions and four season recreational activities that the area has to offer all located in quaint New England villages. Great for Day Trips, weekend getaways or a relaxing vacation.

Thank you for considering Mount Sunapee Resort for your special event. We strive to provide the finest culinary experience, along with a unique location to complement your event. Catering is available for all functions throughout the year. Our Sales and Events Manager and Director of Culinary Services will assist you with menu, set-up, and services to meet your expectations.

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Proms & Dinner Dances - Reunions & Celebrations

Mount Sunapee Resort is the perfect location for your prom or dinner dance!  We have the space for you regardless if your group is 50 or 250!  Whether you choose the Sunapee Lodge or Goosefeathers Pub you'll have a beautiful space to yourselves.  Take a break from celebrating and take pictures with the breathtaking views of Mount Sunapee as the backdrop on Sunapee Lodge's outdoor patio or Goosefeathers' second floor deck.

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Conferences, Meetings & Tradeshows

Mount Sunapee is more than just a ski resort, we are an exciting resource for businesses in New England. Whether your group is large or small we have the perfect space for you. Our facilities offer full audio and visual capabilities as well as high speed Wireless Internet.  Hosting a meeting or conference at Mount Sunapee Resort is easy--let us do the organizing so you can get to business.  

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Start planning your event today by calling 603-763-3574, filling out our Online Banquet Request Form or by emailing Mount Sunapee directly at