Fri, Apr 07|
Ramona Grasslands Preserve
Let's Explore! Ramona Grasslands Preserve
Let's head out of our "comfort zone" off the 56 and take a drive to the Ramona Grasslands Preserve where we may spot free range cows, tons of wildflowers, and I am told there is a bald eagle who nests in the area. See details below for more information!
Time & Location
Apr 07, 10:30 AM – 2:00 PM
Ramona Grasslands Preserve, 17430 Highland Valley Rd, Ramona, CA 92065, USA
About the event
We will be heading out on the Wildflower Loop Trail. This trail is 2 miles long over mostly flat terrain and starts approximately .5 miles from the main trailhead where we will be meeting. Please bring plenty of water, snacks, and a lunch as we are likely pausing at a picnic area about halfway (depending on the time) to enjoy a meal together in the wilderness. With all of the recent rain, we should see plenty of wildflowers. We are likely to also come across grazing cattle and horseback riders. Please remind everyone to be respectful of those we share the trail with. There are no facilities at this location (although, there is a portapotty on the Google streetview images). As we make our way around the back of the loop, we will find ourselves in a grove of trees. I am told that a bald eagle is known to nest in the area. It should be a beautiful hike out in the country!