The Story of Vista Oaks
The history of Vista Oaks took place in 2013 with the purchase of the 70 acres of property. The vision came alive even before then, mostly through friendship of 20 years. The owner and designer of Vista Oaks worked together with both their ideas to make their vision come to life. What really inspired them is the history of the property and the history of old Spanish missions. They incorporated that look in the design of the grand hall and the chapel to make it unique. The main goal was to have somewhere not only events and weddings take place but also where families come together. An all in one location where adults and kids could both be entertained and have a good time. Family is so important that we wanted to share a place not only for events but with the community as well. Seeing the transformation to where it was to where it is today, is just inspiring. I think what makes it truly special is two families working together with their ideas and incorporating them in the venue. The amount of detail is just mind-blowing and gives us so much excitement to see the project complete.
- Seats 200
- Plug and play audio system with one lapel microphone
- Century old bell, which rings once newlyweds say I do at the end of every ceremony.
- Private room for the father and the bride to wait
The Grand Hall
- Chairs provided for 400 guests.
- Stage has a large space for a band and DJ booth
- Catering kitchen with standard size refrigerator/freezer and prep counter
- Handicap accessible bathrooms & changing tables
- Large bar access in the hall
- Patios are on both sides of hall with build in fire places
- Day of use or rehearsal dinners, showers, celebrations, and more
- Large screen TVs
- Covered front and back porch
- Seating, dining, and kitchen area setup for day of use
- Tables and chairs for 120 guests