Our Venue

Three Waters Reserve welcomes up to 80 guests for indoor events and up to 150 guests for outdoor events. We offer attentive event coordination, in-house catering and a full-service bar. Venue rentals include access to the upper floor of our venue, portable AV equipment, wrap-around deck and private access to nearly 60-acres of nature reserve. Nearby cities of Madison (45 min) and Monroe (20 min) offer plentiful options for lodging and transportation.

  • Bar Area

    Bar packages, custom cocktails, champagne and cold beer from local breweries – all served from a beautiful raw-finish bar.

  • Main Dining Area

    Our main dining area can accommodate seating for up to 100 guests, plus an additional 36 on the adjacent outdoor deck.

  • Wrap-Around Deck

    With breathtaking views of The Reserve, the deck serves as an outdoor seating area our lounge. Available covered or with string lighting.

  • The Kitchen

    Our state-of-the-art commercial kitchen allows us to provide guests with highly customizable in-house culinary services.

The Grounds

The Reserve

The groomed trails on the property wind through nearly 60 acres of private nature reserve. It's the ulimate respite from the daily bustle, reserved just for you and your guests on the day of your event.

River Vista Site

An idyllic location for an outdoor dining experience, dance floor or reception area. We also utilize this site as a beautiful backdrop for our chef's table events, retreats and a variety of public workshops.

Prairie Vista Site

A scenic wedding ceremony site (or in this case, a demo area for a shade sail created for rotationally-grazed livestock!) This site features panoramic views of the wildflower prairie and majestic, century old oak trees. In the summer, a different bloom dominates the prairie nearly every month and the Fall foliage in October is not to be missed.

Explore Nearby

Soak in the Swiss atmosphere of nearby New Glarus and grab a cold Spotted Cow straight from the source. Check out Monroe Cheese Days, enjoy a birding foray at Avon Bottoms, or take a float down the Sugar River at Minnehaha Camp Ground.