- NEW reservations are now available for dates Saturday, August 1 and later.
- Capacity is limited to 50 guests maximum, until further notice. Keep in mind, that number could change at any time.
- Only online and phone reservations will be permitted at this time. No in-person reservations.
- All customers placing a reservation will be required to have a valid email address and complete an online social distance compliance form.
Nestled in the woods of Northern Onondaga County, Arrowhead Lodge has been a favorite destination for Central New Yorkers for nearly 30 years. Arrowhead Lodge is available year round for company picnics, family reunions, graduations or weddings and can be reserved in advance up to two years from event date.
This private facility features a wall-length fieldstone fireplace, several enclosed porches, high speed internet access and a full kitchen inside while outdoor amenities include an expansive patio, barbeque pits, volleyball court, shuffleboard courts, and a softball field. Customers may use a caterer of their choice however all catered functions must be approved by the Parks Department. All caterers must provide a signed Arrowhead Lodge Catering Permit (available upon request) along with the caterers NYS Health Permit and Certificate of Insurance. Approval must be completed no later than 30 days prior to your event date.
Do you have great pictures from your recent event at Arrowhead Lodge?
If you're willing to share them, send them (as an attachment) to us at email@example.com. Be sure to include the date of your event and the name of the photographer. Please keep in mind once you send them you are granting us permission to use as needed for promotional purposes. Whenever possible we will credit the photographer.
During your visit to Onondaga County Parks, you may be photographed, videotaped, or filmed by Onondaga County Parks or authorized parties. Your attendance/admission serves as permission for use of these images by Onondaga County Parks. Commercial photography or filming is prohibited without permission of Onondaga County Parks.