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Weddings at Common Ground

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Whatever your wedding needs might be - from romantic elopement to a big party - the magic of the Common Ground campus will make your special day even more special.

Located on the North Shore of Kaua’i, mauka of Kilauea Town, Common Ground Kauai is a serene farm on 87 acres. Home to horses, cows, pheasants, nene, and a lot of chickens. Our location is close to the majestic north shore beaches of Hanalei, Anini, Kauapea, and Kalihiwai. Nearby is the resort community of Princeville and a 30 minute drive from Kapa’a. 

Set within the striking background of Namahana, Namolokama, and Hihimanu mountains, our venues are breathtaking, private and charming. Common Ground is the place for unique country settings to celebrate special occasions on Kauai. For details on renting our venue please review our venue rental considerations page and then contact us to begin planning for your special day! 

About Common Ground Kauai- Our mission is rooted in regeneration, at the intersection of agriculture and hospitality. We start with our regenerative food forest with experiences to introduce the practices to locals and visitors alike. We provide space and programs for local food business and artisans, create unique offerings celebrating Hawaii’s bounty, and support the island's food based businesses through our non-profit, the CG Foundation. We work with others in the space to support community based initiatives making a difference here on Kaua’i. 

Our Venues

The Garden Pond

Our Garden Pond venue is a perfect spot for a private event. Set up your dining tent or lounge area next to the small stream that feeds our pond and watch the koi swim during your sunset cocktail hour.

The Grand Lawn

The grand lawn is perfect for large receptions with plenty of space for everything required. The lawn looks to the southwest for golden evening views of Namolokama mountain, the mahogany forest, and the big horse pasture.

The Eucalyptus Canopy

The Eucalyptus Canopy is set in the midst of trees that were planted over 100 years ago for the railroad to service the Kilauea sugar plantation. The forest filters the Hawaiian sun and wind for a serene setting with a tree framed view of Namahana mountain as the backdrop for the picture perfect location.

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