Food brings people together. Just as families gather together for a holiday feast, your wedding meal is a celebration of beginning your lives together and sharing this moment with those closest to you. We love to eat and drink and share what makes Mt. Hood and the Upper Hood River Valley so amazing. Cooper Spur Mountain Resort is committed to supporting our community and proudly features local farms on our menus including Mt. Shadows Natural Meats, Kiyokawa Family Orchards, and Tumbleweed Farm. We bake all our breads daily in house. Careful attention is given to dietary restrictions, and a variety of options including gluten-free and all-vegan menus are available.
We include a complimentary menu tasting for the engaged couple, paired with local and international wines, beers, ciders and signature cocktails. This is a great way for you to get to know us better and also try your wedding menu ahead of time. Our menus are customizable allowing for great seasonal options.
Please inquire for sample menus and to discuss ideas!
To inquire about catering your upcoming event, please call: (541)352-6692 Extension 6006 or fill out our contact form.
“Our family just concluded a great wedding experience at Cooper Spur. The cabins are fun and rustic, the tavern has great food (a delightful surprise!) with a fun bar. The staff at the resort and the tavern are fun and provide great service. The mountain location was perfect for hiking and just hanging out.”
“Once we saw Cooper Spur, we knew it was the only place we wanted to have our wedding. We are both from the East Coast and Cooper Spur gave us the opportunity to house and feed all our guests under one roof - something that was very important to us. The grounds at Cooper Spur are stunningly beautiful, the vibe is relaxed, the food by Joe Silliman and his staff is outstanding, and Sara Germann, the new event coordinator, is a life saver. Our wedding weekend ultimately was flawless. On the day of our wedding, I did not worry about anything - something most brides can't say. The staff at Cooper Spur worked to ensure that everything was worked out down to the smallest detail and on the day of, it all went off without a hitch. Without question, choosing Cooper Spur for the most important day of our lives was the best decision we could have made.”
“We stayed in one of the "Inn" rooms at Cooper Spur with a wedding group in August. Our room was very clean and the overall facilities are lovely. There are tennis courts, a volleyball court and two great hot tubs perfect for sky watching. We greatly appreciated having a mini fridge in the room. Great location for anyone looking to explore Mt. Hood trails, Parkdale orchards, or Hood River.”
“The wedding set up on the lawn of the Log Home had the most beautiful backdrop: woods, and a gorgeous, close view of Mt. Hood! A lovely, private setting for the ceremony and dinner, an excellent staff, and good accommodations make it a perfect wedding venue; many of the guests, as well as the bride and groom, will return for future stays.”
“We stayed at the Cooper Spur in September. During our stay, we hosted a bridal breakfast on Saturday for a friend who was getting married in Mt. Hood that evening. While planning the event, the events coordinator, Sara, was very helpful and always responded promptly to any questions we had or changes we wanted to make. The event took place at the Crooked Tree Tavern- it was very cozy and intimate. On the day of the event, the room was set up to accommodate our group of 17. The chef came out and greeted us and explained all of our food options (we opted for coffee, tea, fruit, yogurt and granola, pastries and a french toast-like dish). I have to say that the vanilla bean yogurt that he made was some of the best yogurt I have ever tasted! The rest of the food was excellent as well. There was also a waitress there who was very helpful. It was a great way to start the busy wedding day and I am so happy that we decided to have our event at The Cooper Spur.”
“Last weekend, my husband and I had our wedding at the Cooper Spur Mountain Resort. We could not be more pleased with our decision. We had guests coming in from all over (Chicago, California, Hawaii, Florida, and New Hampshire to name a few). Not a single person had a bad thing to say about their stay. To begin, I worked with Sara Germann, the coordinator and she was beyond professional. I was a first time bride and had pretty much no idea what I was doing. She helped me every step of the way, providing answers as well as giving me options on how I should do things, but never pressuring me to do one thing or the other. Honestly, it was like having a friend with all the inside information that I needed. She was an absolute pleasure to work with from beginning to end. If it wasn't so expensive (as all weddings are), I wouldn't hesitate to do it all again. As for food, Joe Silliman went above and beyond. I can't count how many times throughout the night I heard from one of our guests, "This is the BEST wedding food I've ever had". He was very flexible with any requests that we made (I'm lactose intolerant and my husband hates mayo or creamy things). The saddest part of the evening was that everyone kept talking about how delicious the rolls were, but I was too busy mingling to get a chance to try one. Oh well, guess I'll just have to go back. There were so many other people involved that made our day beyond amazing, but here's the bottom line - I love this place and everyone in it. I cannot WAIT to go back and just enjoy a weekend there, without the chaos of a wedding!”