Crestmore Manor, a magnificent 10,830 square-foot colonial-style mansion, was built in the mid 1950’s by W.W. “Tiny” Naylor, a restaurateur and the state’s second-leading thoroughbred breeder of the time. This historic landmark, now owned by Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District, is a much-desired location for any type of event.
Some highlights of the well-manicured grounds include brick paving, an expansive lawn, majestic old shade trees, and a picturesque pond, all of which create an ideal backdrop for wedding photos and exchanging vows. The courtyard also features a charming fountain and enough space to facilitate an intimate outdoor setting. The Carriage House, located directly behind the mansion, is perfect for hosting a beautiful indoor reception or party. The landscaped manor is able to accommodate up to 400 guests.