Fort Concho makes a wonderful location for that special event you might be planning. Several of the buildings at Fort Concho are available to rent for gatherings, weddings, receptions, parties, dinners, or meetings.

Officers' Quarters 1

Once home to the commanders of the post, Officers' Quarters 1 has been fully restored and adapted as guest quarters with the best of the 1870s and the 21st century.  Modern heating and cooling, three bedrooms, showers/bathrooms, full kitchen, dining room, small office, and parlor room.  OQ 1 can accommodate up to three couples for overnight lodging.
($125-1 couple, $150-2 couples, $175-3 couples & $100 deposit)

Officers' Quarters 8

Also a restored officers' quarters that can be rented for daytime and evening functions with two restrooms, full heating/cooling, kitchen, and space for receptions, parties, etc.  OQ 8 can accommodate 50-75 for a sit-down event and many more for a "come and go" reception.  The wooden floors are not suitable for dancing. The building comes with 8 eight foot folding tables and 75 folding chairs.  ($250 & $125 deposit)


One of the two oldest original buildings in the county, the Commissary has been restored as a large meeting hall with restrooms and a functional kitchen.  Fully equipped with heat and air conditioning.  Tables and chairs are available for up to 150; and additional seating can be arranged for up to 175-250.  The Commissary is suitable for dancing. The building comes with 18 eight foot folding tables and 150 folding chairs.  ($600 & $300 deposit)


Adjacent to the Commissary, the Quartermaster is the other oldest building in the county.  The Quartermaster has the seating capacity of the Commissary but lacks kitchen space and has a slightly different interior with a loft on one end.  As the Quartermaster is a exhibit area for Fort Concho, it is not always available for rental.  The brick floors are suitable for dancing.  The building comes with 18 eight foot folding tables and 150 folding chairs.  ($500 & $250 deposit)


The historic Stables Block at Fort Concho is the largest space for rent with a seating capacity of 350-600 people depending on the event and its requirements.  A large built-in stage sits at the far end of the hall.  The Stables has air conditioning (cooling), heating, and restrooms.  This is a wonderful venue for large dinners, dances and parties.  The building comes with 50 eight foot folding tables, 12 cedar tables, and 300 folding chairs.  ($1,500 & $750 deposit)

Barracks 6

Similar in size to the Quartermaster or Commissary, Barracks 6 has a more "rustic" or "authentic" feel to it, with its wooden floor and lower ceiling.  The building can accommodate 100-125 guests for a sit-down dinner or event.  It is fully heated and air-conditioned.  Restrooms are located in the courtyard behind the building.  The building comes with 15 eight foot folding tables and 125 folding chairs.  ($300 & $150 deposit)


This grassy area between the Messhalls of Barracks 5 and 6 can be used for outdoor venues.  The courtyard can accommodate between 300 - 500 people depending on the type of event and its requirements.  Restrooms are available.  The area comes with 10 eight foot folding tables and 20 benches.  ($150 & $75 deposit)

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All buildings have ample parking.

All event caterers must be from the City of San Angelo's approved list.
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All Fort Concho rental facilities may be viewed during business hours, Monday-Saturday 9 AM - 4 PM and Sunday 1 PM - 4 PM. Please contact us before coming in to view the facilities to make sure they are not being rented that particular day. A deposit & a contract is required to reserve a building.
For more information or to check availability, please call our office at 325-481-2646 or email


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