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Ramona is known as the Gateway to San Diego North County’s Inland Mountains is also known as “The Valley of the Sun.”; located above the fog line and below the snow line.

Ramona citizens lined Main Street years ago with these beautiful eucalyptus trees. They were hand-watered when first planted during the summer months to keep them alive. Current Ramona citizens and visitors are reaping the beauty and shade of these magnificent trees. If you plan to stay the weekend consider taking advantage of the local lodging and dining options.

Ramona’s own Guy B. Woodward Museum is open to the public. If you are interested in the Old West and/or the history of Ramona (once known as the “Turkey Capital of the World”) spend an afternoon looking around this wonderful hometown museum. Geneva passed away last July, her son Ken W. is now the director and he may tell stories about Ramona and the people who added to this town’s history.

Ramona is one of the oldest established communities in San Diego County and has become a magnet for Antique shops in the past few years. This phenonomen has caused many to call Ramona the Antique Capital of San Diego County.

Sources:

http://www.ramonachamber.com/community-information-2/