Get Away From It All

It’s time to move away from the hustle and bustle. Oak Tree Ranch is located in one of the most beautiful areas of the Santa Maria Valley, surrounded by magnificent oaks and picturesque hillside backgrounds.

Explore the Outdoors

Ramona offers some of the most stunning sites the Golden State has to offer. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the area’s nature preserves, such as Barnett Ranch County and Ramona Grasslands. Both offer several miles of multi-use trails with diverse ecosystems.

Plan more adventure-filled weekends along the West Coast:

Farm
  • Grebar Farm: Spend hours picking fresh peaches, apples, and apricots from over 1,000 on-site fruit trees.
  • Dos Picos County Park: A great spot for an outing when the family comes to visit, the park features camping sites and cabins, hiking trails, picnic tables, soccer fields, fishing lakes, and special event venues.
  • Cleveland National Forest: Bask in 460,000 acres of natural beauty, merely 20 minutes away from the community. With many biking, hiking, horseback riding, camping, and nature viewing opportunities, the options for adventure are endless!

Equestrian Enthusiasts

Moving to Oak Tree Ranch doesn’t mean you have to leave your horses behind. There are several stables within a 5-mile radius, and the San Diego Country Estates Association, located here in Ramona, offers two facilities for public use and horse shows.

Horse
  • The International Equestrian Center: This center is designed for English-style riding and features amenities that allow for multiple training levels in the art of Dressage, Stadium Jumping, and Cross-Country.
  • The Casey Tibbs Western Center: Geared toward Western-style riding, this center features a large show arena for practicing reining patterns and Gymkhana.
  • Big Schott Ranch: Trek through San Diego County’s sandy beaches, vineyards, and mountain landscapes with Adventures on Horseback. The Ranch also offers lessons, event space, and casual rides. For some extra fun, book a horseback wine tasting tour.

Entertainment & Attractions

Add these to your list of must-see destinations:

  • Ramona Antique Fair: Featuring over 50 shops under one roof, the fair is open daily and offers collectables, pottery, jewelry, vintage décor, and more.
  • Car
  • Ramona American Graffiti Cruise: From April through November you can catch the nicest classic and modern cars cruising down Main Street on their evening strolls. Grab a chair to watch with the locals or become a part of the experience by joining the car club.
  • Ramona Rodeo: You can’t miss the local rodeo. From regular shows to a yearly parade, it’s fun for the whole family.
  • Oasis Camel Dairy Farm: Featured on the TV shows Dirty Jobs with Mike Rowe and Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern, this farm offers tours, animal shows, and camel rides.
  • Ramona Mainstage: The performing arts facility hosts a variety of theatrical, music, dance, and comedy performances.

Nearby Necessities

Oak Tree Ranch is conveniently located within 10 minutes of grocery stores, banks, and schools. Public transportation options include the North County Transit District (NCTD) and Metropolitan Transit System. Our community is also within a 5-mile radius of the NCHS Ramona Health Center and Arch Health Partners Urgent Care.

If you want to venture further out than Ramona, Oak Tree Ranch is only 40 miles from San Diego, 20 miles from Interstate 15, and just 2.5 miles from Highway 78.

Contact us today to learn more!

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