Lake County is covered with pine-covered mountain forests, California’s largest natural freshwater lake teeming with fish and fowl, spring wildflower-covered fields, country back-roads with farm stands offering locally grown produce; Lake County is a wonderland of natural and rural beauty. Along Highway 29, you’ll pass the slopes of Mt. Konocti, the charming country town of Kelseyville, home to the annual Pear Festival; rows of vineyards and orchards of pears and walnuts; and Lakeport, the county seat, which has numerous restaurants and parks along on the lakeshore.
We encourage you to come, visit, explore, and make vacation memories that will last a lifetime!
Lake County’s scenic beauty, growing wine industry, and abundance of activities make it a perfect place to plan a conference, retreat, or a meeting.
With halls, event barns, resorts, and restaurants that can handle large crowds, you’re sure to find the perfect location for your event.