Southern California's Best Outdoor Venues

As the weather begins to warm up, a lot of clients want to take their events outdoors and southern California has some of the best options to do it. From inland to the coast, check out some of our favorite venues that help add to the perfect California day!

Saddlerock Ranch - Log Cabin

Saddlerock Ranch

Malibu, CA

Surrounded by a 1,000-acre vineyard, Saddlerock Ranch is Malibu’s premier outdoor venue. The special events arm of Malibu Family Wines boasts several distinct outdoor locations that offer rustic elegance with unparalleled views – from the Hillside Estate showcasing a luxury log cabin to Camp Cabernet’s unique vintage vehicles and Airsteams.


Greystone Mansion - Garden

Greystone Mansion

Beverly Hills, CA

Step back into LA history at Greystone Mansion! Built in 1928, the historic Greystone Mansion is a 46,000 square foot Tudor-style mansion that sits on 18 acres of prime Beverly Hills land. With five primary outdoor event spaces, Greystone provides a beautifully landscaped and architecturally rich background for your event. Larger events for up to 200 guests are typically held in the Inner Courtyard, which features a beautiful fountain as the venue’s centerpiece. Smaller events for up to 75 guests are held on the Terrace, which showcases a breathtaking view of the city.


Crystal Cove - View from the Stairs

Crystal Cove

Newport Beach, CA

Southern California might be known for Venice Beach, but there’s a small beach tucked away in Orange County that captures coastal essence perfectly. Located in Newport Beach, Crystal Cove is an enclave of 46 vintage cottages built in the 1930s and 1940s, and one of the last examples of early 20th century SoCal coastal development. From seaside teambuilding activities to a reception in the prized cottage from the movie “Beaches”, Crystal Cove’s cozy atmosphere is uniquely California.

Mission San Juan Capistrano - Courtyard

Mission San Juan Capistrano

San Juan Capistrano, CA

Known as the Jewel of the Missions, Mission San Capistrano captured and preserved an integral piece of California’s history. Founded in 1776 by Spanish missionaries, Mission San Juan Capistrano was built 74 years before California was granted statehood, and remains a landmark California destination. The Mission’s four-square courtyard provides a relaxing setting surrounded by adobe buildings and lovely rose gardens for up to 1,000 guests.

P.S. Southern California certainly has a lot to offer – what venues are you considering for your next event