Hyde Park, Utah

The Vineyards
at Mt. Naomi Farms

The Vineyards at Mt. Naomi Farms is a newer venue located in the heart of Cache Valley, Utah. The property, which holds one of the largest vineyards in northern Utah, and the venue are family owned and run. The owner Brenda Meikle's husband grew up on the property and it has been in their family for generations. In 2009 they opened a u-pick farm on their land for individuals and families to come and pick berries, grapes, peaches, and apples. In 2017 the barn was built, and they opened The Vineyards at Mt. Naomi Farms officially in 2018. Since then the venue has continued to grow and evolve into what it is today.

When you go visit The Vineyards at Mt. Naomi Farms, you will meet Brenda the who will give you a tour of the property. After booking Mt. Naomi for your wedding, you have the space for the entire day, meaning that you are the only wedding that day. The Vineyards at Mt. Naomi Farms is also a full service venue, that allows you to bring in your own vendors. One of the biggest bonuses of booking a full service venue is that you'll have a wedding coordinator to help ensure that your wedding day goes off with out a hitch. Having a coordinator is one of the keys to stress-free wedding day. Find out more about The Vineyards below!

The Vineyards at Mt. Noami Farms

(435) 232-8502

Venue HIghlights!

See photos of the barn, vineyards, and features at Mt. Naomi Farms.

Highlights from the Barn

One of the first things you'll notice when you enter the barn is the stained glass window and chandeliers that hang from the ceiling. Those are just two of the unique details that the barn is made from. When Brenda and her family built the barn, they strove to make it have an authentic and inviting atmosphere. The rocks that line the bottom of the walls are made from the rocks from the land collected by their family since they purchased the property in the 1940s. The ornate barn and even the details in the restrooms also tie in pieces of the farm's history, including repurposed farming equipment.

The Bridal and Groom Suites

After walking up the winding staircase, you'll find the getting ready suites. The bride's room features more of the ornate details that make the barn really stand out and features a long mirror with multiple chairs for bridesmaids to use while applying the finishing touches to their makeup.

Outdoor Ceremony Site and Vineyards

The grounds at Mt. Naomi are one of the reasons why couples will come from across the country to get married at this venue. There are vineyards, mountain views, and a canal that make gorgeous settings for photos, and you can almost rely (weather permitting) on catching a sunset across the valley. With nothing to block the view, there may not be a better place in Cache Valley to watch the sunset!

Also outside, you'll find the ceremony site that was built using the same rocks from their property that are inside the barn. It's designed to resemble a ruin from an old house and features views of the Wellsville mountain range to the south.


What is the alcohol policy at The Vineyards?

Open bars are allowed with a licensed & insured bartender. The Vineyards has the right to shut down any event that is not following the rules.

What are the options for hours that can be reserved on the wedding day?

When you book with The Vineyards  you reserve the venue for the full day from 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM. The Vineyards only book one wedding per day, which gives you exclusive access.

What amenities are included when we reserve The Vineyards for our wedding?

Assorted tables and chairs, sound and video equipment, bride and grooms rooms, assorted linens, and a projection screen. The local Marriott also has a “Locals Only” price for your wedding guests.

How many guests could we invite to our wedding?

The Vineyards' pricing is based on 100 guests for the ceremony and dinner/reception. Additional guest pricing is available upon request.

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