Situated in the foothills of the western Sierra mountains, Springville Ranch is a uniquely beautiful property and stands as a Tulare County Landmark. The ranch has 14 acres of lush gardens. Springville Ranch Hosts 3 ponds one of which is 2 1/2 acres, 3 fountains, 2 wooden bridges and the historic "Big White Barn".
It is an ideal setting for your next event, small and intimate or large and expansive.
Travelers from around the world come to the ranch as they pass by on their way to the Giant Sequoia National Monument and stop by to inquire about our property as the barn is so very unique., we invite you to join us too!
The Springville Ranch is the jewel of the central valley which has long been the focal point of the Sierra Foothills and offers a beautiful 14-acre ranch for a picturesque wedding destination, as well as corporate and family retreat getaways. It is a classic ranch known for its beauty and history. Springville Ranch is certainly a unique setting that can offer you an experience of a lifetime.
Nestled in the foothills of the Giant Sequoia National Monument of California, the Springville Ranch boasts the largest timber frame barn west of the Mississippi. The Big White Barn as it is known to the area locals is 15,000 square feet of craftsman beauty not found anywhere else in California.
Originally utilized as a Harness Racing training camp, the ranch is now enjoyed by all with offering its beauty for events.
The landmark barn was built in 1945 on land owned by the S.A. Camp family to use as a breeding and training farm for their nationally famous string of harness horses. The unique farm and barn were the first and earliest private acreage in the Central and Southern California region with a training track devoted exclusively to harness horses. Today, the Springville Ranch continues to be privately owned and hosts a Marketplace in addition to its use for private and public events.