Small Events / Rental Facilities for Picnics & Parties

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So you have a Special event, kids birthday party or family reunion?

Here are the steps to secure your booking.

Booking a small event space is easy. Decide which pavilion you want for the day and complete the forms below.

Our Pavilion and Wedding Gazebo rentals are $250; a $100 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your date, the balance is due five (5) days prior to the event.

Our 20 x 20 Tent/ Island Pavilion / Tea House  are $150 each; a $100 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your date, the balance is due five (5) days prior to the event.

The Historic Beach Park has a $8 per vehicle entry charge on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays and a $5 per vehicle entry charge Monday – Friday.

Our historic mini train and carousel rides are FREE on weekends and holidays from 12pm – 5pm.

1. Small events application for the rental of a picnic pavilion.

Download here:

2017 HVKBP- SMALL EVENT APPLICATION – 07.21.17

2. Beach wedding application form

Download here:

2017 HVKBP WEDDING APPLICATION – 8-16-17

3. Credit card authorization form.

Download here:

2017 HVKBP-CREDIT CARD FORM – 2017

 

Complete the application as best you can and return it to:

Email: vkbpt@miamigov.com
305-960-4600 Phone
305-960-4620 fax

 

Thank you.

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