Nestled amongst vineyards and rolling hills, in the heart of beautiful San Luis Obispo, Spreafico Farms is rich in history and has been an integral part of the county since the early days. 

Once you step onto our ranch, you'll see how we have worked very hard to keep the perfect balance between the historic, rustic charm and modern amenities that our couples love and appreciate. We offer one of the oldest milking barns in the county (complete with much of the original structure), but also ensure that you and your guests are comfortable of as you dine, dance and gather.

Currently, the site is a working, family-owned cattle and vegetable ranch, and you'll likely be met by one of the owners or family so that we can offer nice welcome. 

OUR PROPERTY BOASTS:

  • a beautiful hilltop area, with 360 degrees of panoramic views

  • a built-in, rustic ceremony backdrop and stage, available for your decoration and creativity

  • built-in, rustic ceremony pews

  • a historical barn, finished with smooth concrete floors (up to 180 seated capacity)

  • a barn back patio, finished with decomposed granite (up to an additional 130 seated capacity)

  • modern/rustic lodging for up to 2 guests

  • modern cottage equipped with vanity and private restroom

  • large, indoor wooden barn bar

  • charming, built-in outdoor bar 

  • string / market lights in barn and back patio

  • natural wood chairs with white padding

  • 8' rectangular tables

  • heaters 

  • restrooms

  • large parking are

  • catering area equipped with outdoor prep sink and grill

SITE HISTORY: Originally a part of the Ran­cho Cor­ral de Piedra and one of the oldest existing milking barns in the county. Rancho Corral de piedra was a 30,911-acre (125.09 km2) Mex­i­can land grant in present day San Luis Obispo County, Cal­i­for­nia con­sist­ing of two square leagues given in 1841 by Gov­er­nor Juan B. Alvarado to José María Villav­i­cen­cio, with an exten­sion of five square leagues given in 1846, by Gov­er­nor Pio Pico. The grant was located between present day San Luis Obispo and Arroyo Grande, and bounded on the south by Arroyo Grande Creek.