What is the Painted Horse Pavilion?

The Painted Horse Pavilion is a rental facility with over 11,000 sq. ft. of indoor and outdoor space, seating up to 300 guest. The temperature controlled interior hall with its 6000 sq ft of space is perfect for weddings, receptions, parties and family gatherings. The spacious decks are perfect for outdoor activities, and offer a lovely view of the country-side, though seating here is limited to no more than 150-200 guest. The facility is open every day of the year with the exception of Thanksgiving weekend and Christmas Eve and Christmas day.

This facility is handicap accessible and has ample free parking.  Painted Horse Pavilion is a non-smoking venue.  Designated smoking areas outside.

Where is it located?

The Painted Horse Pavilion is in close proximity to the cities of Austin (30 minutes from downtown), Dripping Springs (20 minutes), Oak Hill (15 minutes), San Marcos (30 minutes) and Buda (5 minutes), and is a short drive from I-35. For more detailed driving directions, see our map.

What does the pavilion provide for me?

We provide tables and chairs,  bride's changing room (with shower), 400# ice machine, security, cleanup,  restrooms and a wired stage. We now offer in-house catering.  Can make recommendations for  DJs and Bands.   For additional information, see our amenities section.

What do I need to provide?

What you provide is largely up to you. This facility is located in a dry county, so if you are interested in having alcohol at your function, you must provide it for your guest.  A deposit is required for hall rental, and is not included in the rental price. This will be returned after the site has been inspected. For additional information, please contact Sherry Lowden by any means listed below.

How do I rent the pavilion?

For hall rental, please contact Sherry Lowden. You may reach her by phone or fax at (512) 282-2227. Her mobile phone number is (512) 294-9578. You may also contact her via e-mail at sklowden@austin.rr.com


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