As the name implies, the Catalina Visitors Country Club is open to the public, but this wasn't always so. The facility was originally built for William Wrigley’s baseball team, the Chicago Cubs. Now, after a lavish renovation, the club’s eclectic mix of Spanish Colonial design and sports memorabilia exists in elegant ambiance. To the right is a sunny brick patio perfect for weddings with a view. Exchange your vows with the ocean as a backdrop, and then enjoy your reception in the adjacent conference room, a cozy arrangement that works nicely for intimate gatherings. Through the portico is the Country Club's main courtyard, a lovely spot for both weddings and receptions. Equally memorable affairs are held in the chic, Mission-style formal dining room, capable of accommodating up to 65 seated guests. An outdoor veranda surrounds the room, perfect for intimate dining for two. Exchange vows with the ocean as a backdrop, and enjoy a reception in the same location or in the adjacent banquet room. Continue up the stairs through the entryway into the Fountain Terrace, a classic setting for both weddings and receptions for up to 120 guests.
The Catalina Visitors Country Club, Avalon
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The Catalina Visitors Country Club