For any of the Mueller event sites, a booking request must be submitted online (located on each event site page) to start the process. Generally we cannot discuss a hypothetical event.
Applications are processed first come-first serve. The timeframe for review often depends on the scope of your event and how detailed your application is, but generally it takes one to two weeks to review and get back to you. We do our best to accommodate any last-minute events or get-togethers, however please know that all small events must be submitted at least 72 hours or three business days prior to the event for consideration.
Large events require at least 180 day notice and it is highly likely we will ask you to provide additional information and a site meeting will be required. Once approved you will be sent an email outlining event insurance requirements and an invoice with event fees and deposits.
Mueller hosts events of varying size and scope year-round, from small birthday parties to community celebrations to annual 5K races that bring in thousands of attendees.
Read through our frequently asked questions before submitting an event request.
Before submitting an event request, read through the descriptions below.
Are you in search of a venue that can host up to 25 people? Our community parks are an ideal setting for small-scale events.
Looking for a venue for your next big event? Consider the Branch Park Pavilion or Lake Park Amphitheater, both ideal for hosting large-scale gatherings.
The pavilion is an ideal location for most large-scale events.
Fees for filming requests start at $500 for the first 4-hour block and an additional $100/hour for each additional hour. A refundable deposit may also be required depending on your setup. Any deviation from approved site plans or property damage will result in this deposit being forfeited.
For boot camps free or paid, organized sports for adults or children.
Field Trips (under 100 students) are allowed with appropriate adult supervision. All attendees are expected to pick up and haul out their own trash. Mueller Master Community Association is not responsible for any injuries and there are no park staff or lifeguards on duty.