Nestled in the small town of San Pablo, Rockefeller Lodge enjoys an extremely colorful history. One of its most famous owners was John D. Rockefeller,
who acquired the estate shortly before the 1906 earthquake, and turned it into his West Coast Retreat and Hunting Lodge. Today, it has been transformed into a charming venue for all types of events.
Outdoor ceremonies are often held in the gazebo area, with winding brick paths and wisteria-covered arbors that invite leisurely, relaxed strolls through the grounds. The spacious interior rooms accommodate your reception or company party, featuring hardwood floors, hand-hewn ceiling beams and a noteworthy fireplace constructed of burnt bricks from the 1906 earthquake.