Rabobank America 2033 Main St, Ramona, CA92065 Rabobank America specializes in serving the financial needs of farmers, ranchers and other rural workers throughout…More California, the United States, and the Americas. The Ramona location offers various personal and business banking services.
E & K Nursery 1317 Washington St, Ramona, CA92065 E & K Nursery is a family-run business located in rural northern Ramona. Eldon and Karen Mahan are active in the…More local gardening community and grow a wide variety of landscaping plants, including flowers. The nursery is open to the public and sells plants to walk-in visitors, who visit frequently to check on the constantly changing inventory.
Cebe Farms 1313 Lilac Rd, Ramona, CA92065 Cebe Farms owner Joe Cebe developed his own breed of chickens that he delivers to live-poultry markets. While his Cebe…More Red chicks take 11 to 15 weeks to mature compared with four to six weeks for commercial chicks, people are willing to pay more for the more robust flavor. The farm in rural Ramona is not open to the public, and appointments are required for visitors.
Nuevo Memory Gardens 532 Ash St, Ramona, CA92065 Nuevo Memory Gardens is a cemetery located on a gentle slope in rural Ramona with views of the surrounding hillsides.…More Some headstones date back to the late 1800s, and veterans from WWI, WWII, Vietnam and Iraq rest in peace. Gardens with plants dedicated to loved ones dot the property where the only sounds are neighing horses.
Hidden Horse Ranch 23970 E Old Julian Hwy, Ramona, CA92065 Hidden Horse Ranch is a boarding facility for horses on a 140-acre working cattle farm. The ranch has hundreds of…More Holstein heifers and Black Angus cows, and horse owners can ride on the cattle trails or set off on their own. The ranch is owned and operated by the Jaggi family and has several boarding options. The pristine property in rural Ramona has two arenas and a deep-sand round pen.
An attractive metal sculpture positioned at the…More southwestern end of town highlights Ramona's rural and equestrian lifestyle, setting the stage for visitors to the area. It was sponsored by the Ramona Trails Association, which is a volunteer, non-profit group that works to promote and maintain local trails for non-motorized use. Members coordinate with various government agencies to accomplish this, as well as organizations such as the Backcountry Horsemen of California San Diego Unit and Caballeros del Sol Unit, the San Diego County Trails Council and the San Dieguito River Park. The group leases land from the Ramona Parks and Recreation Association on Aqua Lane, near Community Park.