Nestled between the beautiful Anza-Borrego Desert and the Pacific Ocean you will discover the welcoming city of Ramona, California. This quiet suburb of San Diego has a relaxed and rural vibe that is perfect for a weekend getaway or a week of exploring. The laid-back atmosphere in Ramona just adds to the city’s charm. Read on for the top 5 things to do near Arrivls’ Adamo Ranch in Ramona, California.
When To Visit Adamo Ranch
There isn’t a really bad time to visit Adamo Ranch thanks to the Southern California’s mild year-round weather. The weather in Ramona, California is classified as Mediterranean, and the hottest month of the year is typically August when daytime temperatures settle in around 93℉ with lows in the mid-60s in the evenings. These warm temperatures make this charming city a great place to visit no matter the time of year. Guests at Adamo Ranch also having an option of heating the pool for year-round swimming.
Staying At Adamo Ranch
This one-of-a-kind property is perched on a hill accessed by a private, 4-mile road. As you ascend to your home-away-from-home you’ll first notice the gorgeous, panoramic views. Adamo Ranch is a 4 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom home on 22 acres of private home. It is spacious, tastefully decorated home offers a relaxing escape with all of the comforts of home. Guests to the ranch can rest in the comfortable bedrooms and relax in the large and bright living spaces, or enjoy the stunning views from the sunrooms. Don’t miss a beautiful sunset from the pool during your stay at Arrivls Adamo Ranch! You can book Adamo Ranch here.
5 Things To Do Near Adamo Ranch
iN Ramona, California
1. Hike Near Adamo Ranch
Ramona, California is home to some truly awesome hiking. You won’t believe the natural beauty that awaits you, whether you are looking for a family-friendly walk or a challenging hike, you’ll find a great hike here. Check out Arrivls guide to 5 Hikes Near Adamo Ranch for more great hike ideas! The most popular trail in the area is the famous Potato Chip Rock.
Mount Woodson and Potato Chip Rock
Distance: 4.1 mile
Elevation Gain: 1,220 ft
At the peak of Mount Woodson discover one of the area’s most curious natural attractions. This famous sliver-shaped natural rock formation is known as Potato Chip Rock. This moderate 4.1 mile trail is both kid and dog friendly and is good for all skill levels. Once you reach the peak, the views from the ocean and Palomar Mountains are worth the effort! During the summer months hiking Potato Chip Rock means you need to bring plenty of water as temperatures soar.
2. Visit A Ramona Valley Winery
Did you know that Ramona is home to amazing wineries? That’s right, the Ramona Valley is an up-and-coming wine region that produces some of San Diego’s top wines. People have been growing grapes here for years, including Dr. M.C. Woodson who planted vines on his homestead as early as the 1870s. Here are a few of the top vineyards near Adamo Ranch…
17871 Oak Grove Road, Ramona, CA 92065
The wine selection at Castelli Vineyards includes Pinot Noir, Cabernet Franc, Petite Sirah, and Tempranillo among others.
23123 Vista Ramona Road, Ramona, CA 92065
This vineyard has been cultivating its eight acres of vines since 1988. Their selection is well-rounded and features a nice selection of reds and dessert wines.
18750 Littlepage Rd, Ramona, CA 92065
This sprawling 110-acre winery produces 3,000 cases of wine per year. Their offerings include Merlot, Chardonnay, and Atletico among others.
3. Have Fun Golfing In Ramona
Mt. Woodson Golf Club
16422 N. Woodson Drive, Ramona, CA 92065
Pro Shop: 760-788-3555
World renowned golf course designers Lee Schmidt and Brian Curley created a stunning work of art and entertainment in Ramona, California. The rugged natural setting is breathtaking and the course has a few surprises in store for you. For example, between holes two and three you’ll find yourself on a wooden bridge unlike you’ve seen on any other course.
San Vicente Golf Resort
21457 San Vicente Road, Ramona, CA 92605
Pro Shop: 760-789-8290
This Ted Robinson designed 18-hole golf course has been newly renovated to provide a one of a kind golf experience. This new and impressive course enhances the natural landscape and provides stunning mountain views to golfers. It’s great for every skill level and is considered one of San Diego’s most scenic golf courses.
4. Oasis Camel Dairy
26757 Hwy 78 Entrance On Highway 78, Ramona, CA 92065
$15 per person for Camel Tours
This famous camel dairy has been featured on Dirty Jobs with Mike Rowe and Bizarre Foods with Andrea Zimmern. Oasis Camel Dairy is home to a herd of dromedary camels. At this farm, mother camels raise their own calves while also sharing their milk to make the wonderful products here. You can find ultra-luxurious camel milk soaps, lotions, and skincare products. There are also camel rides, camel feeding and petting, and entertaining and educational shows that are perfect for the whole family. You can take a guided camel tour as well, but reservations are necessary, you can find tickets here.
5. Guy B Woodward Museum
645 Main Street, Ramona, CA 92065
Admission is free – donations are welcomed
This 1886 French provincial designed home is the oldest structure in Ramona and is fully furnished in period antiques to give visitors an idea of what Ramona would have looked like during the late 1800s. Other buildings at the Guy B Woodward Museum include an 1874 cowboy bunkhouse, blacksmith shop, tack shop, and a steel jail. There is also a replica of a one-room schoolhouse and a post office. There are so many ways to explore the grounds and see all that this museum has to offer. That includes the honey processing shed and farm equipment. Don’t forget to check out the archives complete with photos, school records, and newspapers dating back to the 1800s.
No matter what you chose to do while staying at Adamo Ranch, you’ll have a relaxing and spacious place to return to after your days out exploring Ramona, California. What are you waiting for? Book Adamo Ranch today!!