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Ramona on the weekends

The community of Ramona offers an unbelievable number of things to do and see. From annual events to spur-of-the-moment adventures, you can easily fill a weekend with fun and excitement. Here are some of the activities a trip to Ramona can offer:

RAMONA RODEO Every May Ramona’s locals don their hats, their boots and their spurs and head to the Fred Grand Arena for the annual Ramona Rodeo. While there are lots of “just-for-fun” activities throughout the rodeo weekend (like lawnmower races and kid’s roping contests) the Ramona Rodeo is the real deal with barrel-racing, bull riding, roping and steer wrestling events that draw a serious cowboy/ cowgirl crowd. For information visit www.ramonarodeo.com.

RAMONA FAIR August is the month for the Ramona Country Fair. The Ramona Country Fair has been offering the residents of and visitors to Ramona a full weekend of fun for forty years. Truly a community event, the fair is organized by the Ramona Chamber of Commerce and features crafts, carnival rides, great food and great entertainment. For more information call the Chamber at 760-789-1311, the Fair event line at 760-789-1484 or visit their website at www.ramonafair.com.

HIKING AND WALKING TRAILS Cedar Creek Falls, Devil’s Punch Bowl: 3 miles of trail leads to a valley at the base of a 100 foot waterfall. Off of Thornbush Road in the San Diego Country Estates. Dos Picos County Park: Approximately ½ mile of nature trails off of Dos Picos Park Road. Mount Woodson East: 4 mile round trip trail offering panoramic views of the Cuyamaca Mountains. Located southwest of Ramona off of Highway 67 just a few yards from the forest fire station sign. Mount Gower Open Space Preserve: 5 miles of trails with several leading to viewpoints overlooking Swartz Canyon and San Vicente Valley. Located at the end of Gunn Stage Road in the San Diego Country Estates. Ramona Community Park: 5 miles of trails off of Aqua Lane.

HORSE TRAILS Mount Gower Open Space Preserve: 5 miles of trails with several leading to viewpoints overlooking Swartz Canyon and San Vicente Valley. Located at the end of Gunn Stage Road in the San Diego Country Estates. Ramona Community Park: 5 miles of trails off of Aqua Lane. Rutherford Trail: 2 ½ miles of trails with seasonal streams and rough terrain located at the end of Gunn Stage Road.  

Day Spas

Riviera Wellness Spa
25385 Pappas Rd
Ramona, CA 92065
760-788-3738
www.rivierawellnessspa.com

Equestrian Venues

Copper Meadows
633 Montecito Way
Ramona, CA 92065
www.copper-meadows.com

Ramona Trails Association
PO Box 2136
Ramona, CA 92065
www.ramonatrails.org
San Vicente Saddle Club
16911 Gunn Stage Rd
Ramona, CA 92065
www.sanvicentesaddleclub.com

Fairs

Ramona Country Fair
(August)
Ramona Chamber of Commerce
760-789-1311
www.ramonachamber.com
Ramona Junior Fair
www.ramonajuniorfair.com

 

Golf

Mt. Woodson Golf Club
16422 N Woodson Dr
Ramona, CA 92065
760-788-3555

San Vicente Golf Resort
24157 San Vicente Rd
Ramona, CA 92065
760-789-3477

Hiking

For a list of trails, hikes and walks in Ramona
contact Ramona Trails Association at
www.ramonatrails.org
Museums
Guy B. Woodward Museum
645 Main St
Ramona, CA 92065
760-789-7644
www.woodwardmuseum.org

Parks & Recreation

Ramona Outdoor
Community Center
369 Main St
Ramona, CA 92065
760-788-0811
www.ramonarodeo.net

Pony Rides

Cheyenne Arabians
& Miniatures
760-788-3780
www.cheyennearabians.com

Rodeos

Ramona Rodeo (May)
www.ramonarodeo.com

Summer Camps

Sebesta’s Rocking
K Ranch
PO Box 371
Ramona, CA 92065
760-579-1260
www.sebestasrockingk.com

Tennis

Riviera Oaks Resort
& Racquet Club
25382 Pappas Rd
Ramona, CA 92065
760-788-7711
Wineries &
Tasting Rooms
(See Wine Section of GoGuide)