Beautiful stone or wood pavilions will make for a great background and some even feature a fireplace for the cooler months or evening.
Getting married at a state park offers places for children to play, facilities, trails for your guests to walk, places to swim, and camp sites sometimes including cabins. However, each car will be charged a fee of around $7 to enter the park and I recommend you reserve a pavilion over 11 months in advance.
If you'd like more information on getting married at a State Park visit The National Park Service. You might have to give them a quick call to find out about the permits but almost all other cost information including pavilion rentals and availability can be seen readily.
The Photograph on the Right is from Nicole Baas | Photography and features the wedding of Colleen and Isaac.