Tucked away in serene orchard lands, just far enough from the bustle of the San Francisco Bay Area, is Lone Tree Events, a rustic, open air wedding venue located in Hollister, California. Lone Tree Events accommodates up to 200 guests, with multiple event spaces including a barn, authentic Old West saloon, and huge lawn space that can be used for your ceremony, reception, cocktails, and dancing.
The rustic-chic beauty of the California heartland, combined with our incredibly flexible options, makes Lone Tree Events the perfect venue to suit your every need. Whether you’re dreaming of a sweet, intimate gathering of your nearest and dearest, or of a beautiful, elaborate celebration with all your friends and loved ones, we will work with you each step of the way to make your wedding vision a reality.
Veteran-owned and operated, Lone Tree Events has been meticulously designed to provide you and your guests with an unforgettable experience. From the moment you set foot on the property, you'll find yourself relaxing in the quiet serenity of this hidden hideaway. The privacy and peacefulness of Lone Tree Events allow you to live fully in the moment of your wedding, surrounded by your dearest loved ones.
Here at Lone Tree Events, we are committed to providing luxury locally. Our extensive preferred vendor list includes a chef who received his training at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, a filmic videographer with fifteen years of training and experience, and outstanding local wineries. There is ample parking available on the property, out of view of the guests, and valet parking is available upon request.
Lone Tree Events is also available to host other events for couples, in addition to their wedding ceremony and reception. These events can include bridal showers, elopements, engagement parties, and rehearsal dinners.
This rural paradise is the ideal location for vow renewals, parties, corporate events, and family reunions. Guests can enjoy outstanding local attractions such as touring and sampling at Hollister’s very own chocolate factory, wine tasting along the San Benito County Wine Trail, taking day trips into Pinnacles National Park, hiking, biking, and golfing.
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