The beautiful grounds at Sherwood Country Club instantly impressed us! The ceremony site overlooks the par-72 championship course that rests below the Santa Monica Mountains. The club sits on approximately 2,000 acres that is covered with oak trees, rolling hills, and native chaparral.

“Lake Sherwood, originally Potrero Lake, is the oldest man-made lake in California. It was built in 1904 and is approximately 165 acres. It was changed to Lake Sherwood when the surrounding areas, used for the filming of "Robin Hood" starring Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., in 1921, became known as "Sherwood Forest" and "Maid Marian Park."

Inside the gates of Sherwood is the "Robin Hood Cabin," a home built for the movie and it is rumored that Fairbanks lived there while filming "Robin Hood." It is a registered Ventura County Historical Landmark. “ © 2009 sherwood country club

Sherwood Country Club Main Entrance
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