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Overlooking a beautiful lake at Hagan-Stone Park, the Chapel features cream-colored interior walls accented by hardwood floors and original stained glass windows. Old-fashioned lighting fixtures illuminate the aisle to the altar with seating for 36 people. Outside the Chapel, the porch can accommodate large services and outdoor ceremonies. The Chapel is equipped with heating and air conditioning for year-round comfort.




Reservations and Pricing

Chapel reservations can be made by calling the park office at 336-641-2090. The Chapel is rented for $200 per day. Rentals include use of the building and grounds for the day. Chairs may be rented for outdoor services through private rental companies.





Wedding photos

Whether at the altar, on the porch, or standing among the foliage surrounding the Chapel, your wedding photos will be keepsakes for years to come. Each season at the park offers scenic areas as beautiful backdrops for your wedding photographs.




Reception Ideas

Following the service, the grounds surrounding the Chapel may be used to host your reception. Tents, tables and chairs can be rented through private rental companies.

The Camp Joy Activity Center is also available on a rental basis to host receptions. This indoor facility features a small kitchenette and can accommodate up to 80 guests. A romantic fireplace adds charm for winter events. Tables and chairs are also available. Reception reservations can be made by calling the park office at 336-641-2090.

View our 2018 Information Packet

Six picnic shelters located throughout the park accommodate 40-100 guests, offering an outdoor atmosphere for receptions. Amenities differ at each shelter. To reserve a picnic shelter, call 336-641-2090 Mondays through Fridays or make your reservation online.

Our Chapel History

Formerly known as the “The Chapel Beside the Road” at Greensboro’s Cotton Mill Square Mall, this charming one-room Chapel was frequently used during the holidays as a focal point for special community events. Several years after the mall closed, owner Carl Johnson donated the historic Chapel. Today, the Chapel makes its home overlooking a beautiful lake at Hagan-Stone Park, near Pleasant Garden.