The Old Homestead is a beautiful event venue located at 995 Loring Ave., Crockett, CA. This historical landmark was originally built in 1867 as a homestead for Judge J.B. Crockett. It was the first non-Native American dwelling in the city.
The Old Homestead was renovated in the 1950s and now serves as a venue for weddings, community events, entertainment, and more. Among many other features, reviews rave about the gorgeous floral gardens and outdoor lighting. That atmosphere results in incredible wedding photos. The barbecue area at The Old Homestead provides a great place to have your event catered by one of the various restaurants in the city. Whether you wish for a steak dinner or an informal luncheon this is the right place.
You can view photos of the homestead at The Old Homestead online. You can also read reviews and make your reservation on the WeddingWire website, where The Old Homestead is featured.
When you leave The Old Homestead, turn southwest onto Loring Ave., right onto Wanda St.. Then right onto Pomona St., which turns into San Pablo Ave. In about 450 feet, you’ll find the Dead Fish Restaurant on the right at 20050 San Pablo Ave., Crockett, CA 94525.
Go east on Lillian St. from Crockett Pottery and turn left on 6th Ave., and then left onto Pomona St. Merge right onto I-80, take exit 30A to I-780; then exit 7A to I-680 N, followed by exit 58B. Turn left onto Bayshore Rd., right onto Park Rd., left onto Industrial Way, and left onto Bayshore Rd. Finally, turn right on E. Channel Rd., where you’ll find Avalon RV at 510 E. Channel Rd., Benicia, CA 94510.