The historic 4.5 acre Camarillo Ranch was once home to the City of Camarillo’s namesake, Adolfo Camarillo. The nonprofit organization Camarillo Ranch Foundation strives to keep the property’s rich history alive by making it a focal community event space hosting free public events along with historical house and school tours. All proceeds from the venue rental fundraiser support these programs. To learn more about the Camarillo Ranch Foundation and help keep history alive, visit camarilloranchfoundation.org.

The Camarillo Ranch consists of four venues that can be interchangeably used for a wedding ceremony, cocktail hour or reception. They include the Front Lawn, with its 125 year old Moreton Bay Fig tree and a spacious brick-red Barn that has been restored with modern amenities. The East Lawn offers a picturesque copper roofed wedding gazebo and brick walkway, while the West Lawn features a large mission-style fountain and rose covered arch. The 1892 Queen Anne Victorian Mansion provides the perfect backdrop for wedding photography as well as a Bridal Suite to put on the finishing touches to one’s finery.