The aptly named Oasis Conference Center near Loveland offers the perfect venue for your next event, whether it’s a business conference or a wedding.

Located off Loveland-Miamiville Road, the stone and wood conference center overlooks the 15-acre Mueller’s Lake and the Arnold Palmer-designed Oasis Golf Course, mixing stunning views and comfortable amenities for any gathering.

Flexibility is a key feature of the conference center, built in 1995 by the Syrian Temple Shriners. It has up to 30,000 square feet of flexible space across three ballrooms that can accommodate up to 1,200 seated or 2,500 standing guests. The building atrium includes three glass alcoves, bringing plenty of light into the building and adding gathering space. One ballroom can be subdivided into three separate rooms, each for groups of fewer than 100.

That flexibility allows the Oasis to host everything from a small board retreat to an industry trade show.

“We hold more than 300 events each year,” says Courtney Martin, director of sales. “We’ll have business meetings and conferences during the week and a couple weddings on the weekends.”

The Shriners, who sold the property in 1999 to Vintage Golf Properties, built the original conference center and challenging 18-hole golf course on 175 acres, says Wayne McDonough, general manager. Vintage invested several million dollars more adding a banquet kitchen, tennis courts, pool and new clubhouse.

The golf course, with 325 full members and 150 social members, is private, but McDonough says the course is one of the things that set Oasis apart. It offers the option of scheduling a golf outing around a business gathering and the course, particularly the long wooden bridge to the 18th green, is a favorite spot for wedding photos.

The large patio overlooking the golf course is a popular outdoor wedding venue capable of hosting more than 200 guests. The Oasis has invested new décor and developed packages with select vendors to enhance its indoor wedding offerings.

The wedding packages include amenities such as floral centerpieces, complimentary dressing rooms, four-hour open bar, champagne toast and custom-designed wedding cakes. Custom wedding packages are also available.

The on-site culinary team led by Chef Michael Holtkamp offers an array of dining options from light breakfasts to lunch buffets to plated dinners featuring filet mignon and sea bass.

The Oasis also offers two public brunches annually on Easter and Mother’s Day.

The facility’s ample free parking is large enough that some automakers hold “ride and drive” events for area dealerships.

“They can show the vehicles in the conference center and then drive them around the parking lot,” McDonough says.