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Camarillo Ranch is a truly unique venue for your wedding day. The 4.5 acre event space consists of four venues including: the Front Lawn with its historic trees; a spacious Red Barn that is ideal for a rustic wedding reception; the East Garden, which features a wedding gazebo; and the West Garden with a large mission-style fountain and rose covered arch.
Built in 1892, the Queen Anne Victorian style Camarillo Ranch House was the longtime residence of prominent local figure, Adolfo Camarillo. The house features richly wallpapered rooms, hardwood floors, original fireplaces and extensive interior woodwork. A generous wrap around porch allows guests to feel like they have been transported back in time. The home is fully furnished as a house museum, but a bridal changing room is available for use on the day of your event. Photography inside the house may be arranged.
The Camarillo Ranch’s lovely gardens feature mature trees, water fountains and extensive planting. Numerous thematic gardens range from a butterfly garden to a formal Victorian garden. These provide the perfect backdrop for photography. The expansive main Front Lawn with its canopy of historic trees can accommodate up to 600 guests. The East and West Garden areas offer more intimate event venues for 50-250 guests.
After visiting the Camarillo Ranch you will agree that it is one of the most picturesque settings in Ventura County for your once in a lifetime celebration.
If you are searching for a memorable event space for your next meeting, corporate or non-profit event, or special event, then search no more – Camarillo Ranch is the ideal venue for you!
The Camarillo Ranch is undoubtedly one of the most unique venues in all of Ventura County. Featuring a 6,000 square foot 1892 Queen Anne Victorian Ranch House, a renovated Red Barn, and beautifully manicured gardens, you can rest assured that your event will be anything but forgettable.