Before Ramona, California was established as a town in San Diego County, it was inhabited by the semi-nomadic people called Diegueno. They’ve left behind etchings, rock paintings, and grinding stones that visitors can see. Helen Hunt Jackson’s novel Ramona, written in 1884, discusses the plight of the natives and was an instant success. Lying in the Santa Maria Valley, it’s surrounded by the steep Laguna Mountains. There are lots of options for outdoor activities for all types of glampers. To the west is the Pacific Ocean with some of the best surfing waves in the world. Cleveland National Forest lies to the north with lots of trails for hiking and biking. East is the beautiful Anza Borrego Desert State Park with unique vegetation to admire. Don’t miss your chance to explore Ramona, California.


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