Over 120 local healthcare practitioners, board and community members and college clientele gathered at Southridge Estates on January 31 to share a fun-filled night of drinks, food and laughs. Hosted by the local Cambridge Junior College.
Featuring breath-taking picturesque views and an elegant, newly renovated facility, Southridge Estates is the perfect wedding venue. Versatile for large or small ceremonies, we offer both indoor and outside venues. This entire facility is immersed in beautiful views of the natural landscape and remarkable scenic backdrops. An absolute perfect spot for your perfect wedding day. Southridge Estates is truly a one-of-a-kind setting for the discerning, who would like to make their special event unique and memorable.
The Rideout Health Foundation held their “Evening of Appreciation” dinner at Southridge Estates. Rideout Health CEO Robert Chason addressed the more than 200 dinner attendees handing out awards to exceptional people for their dedication to volunteer work and community service. A beautiful evening enjoyed by all.
Southridge Estates is honored to have hosted for the American Cancer Society, the black-tie Blossom Ball. A night of elegance and fun - all for a great cause!
Southridge Estate (formerly known as Southridge Golf Course) features a versatile and elegant facility, providing both indoor and outdoor options or venues. Inside, we can accommodate up to 500 people and feature a variety of rooms including: a Grand Ballroom, Banquet and Ceremony Room and Blue Room Bar. We offer a large beautiful outdoor patio that overlooks our private ponds and the Sutter Butte Mountain Range (considered the worlds smallest mountain range). Our gorgeous scenic backdrops and stunning landscape are perfect for any wedding event. Whether it be a wedding, reception, conference, or a simple reunion, Southridge Estates is the perfect place for your next event!
Enjoy the rarely seen exclusive breath-taking views inside the unrivalled Sutter Buttes and by lakes and amazing natural topography of the 1.6 million year old volcanic eruption, creating the "world's smallest mountain range." Access is easy and convenient, just west of Yuba City off Highway 20.