Spanning 105 acres, with an abundance of Spanish Oak trees that provide shade for leisurely strolls or afternoon naps, Ramona Canyon Resort is less than an hour from San Diego and the Mexican border. This beautiful area of southern California is blessed with a near-perfect climate of year-round average daily temperatures near 70 degrees and an average rainfall of only nine inches. With an average 67 days of sunshine in each season, you can expect sun and beach weather about two-thirds of the time.
Amenities This resort offers a clubhouse, outdoor heated swimming pool and spa, WiFi, miniature golf, hiking trail, catch and release fishing in stocked Man-made lake, shuffleboard, basketball, horseshoes, WiFi, and some TV.
Cabins & Park Models Park Model, Sleeps 6, $58 Reservation Requirements: Check in: 2 PM, Check out: 11 AM Notes: One pet in rentals. Pets must be leashed. Linens required. No smoking. Modem available. Events on all national holidays.
More Info The resort is in San Diego County, and while much of the travel attention focuses on the beaches and bay, San Diego County offers a variety of attractions for visitors to the inland foothills around Julian and the desert surrounding Borrego Springs. Nearby Julian is a quaint old mining town whose claim to fame was its gold strike in 1870. Visitors can experience a turn-of-the-century town and tour the abandoned Eagle and Highpeak mines. Borrego Springs is an oasis in the middle of the desert with golf courses, swimming pools, and tennis courts. The Anza-Borrego Desert State Park contains some of the finest desert wildflower fields in California. During the fall and spring the valley and canyons are painted with a rainbow of color. Set between the mountains and the sea, the city of San Diego is, by itself, a multifaceted visitor destination where the history has given the city an abundance of historic attractions, from the restored Franciscan mission founded by Father Serra to the Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, a collection of early adobe buildings dating from the city’s founding, to the Cabrillo National Monument on Point Loma. Here you can visit the famous San Diego Zoo and the many other attractions of Balboa Park, plus Sea World, Presidio Hill, and much more. Tijuana, Mexico, popular with tourists for years, is just across the border.
- Open year-round
- High-Use Seasonal Period: January 1 to February 28, June 1 to July 31. Open /close dates for swimming pools and other amenities are weather and usage dependent.
- Sites: 108 Full / 6 Tent Sites w/ water and electricity
- Check in: 9 AM to 4 PM Check out: 11 AM
- Maximum Electrical: 50 amps
- Maximum RV Length: 45 ft.