- TripBuzz found 233 things to do with kids in or near Ramona, California, including 225 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like La Mesa, Poway, Santee and Escondido.
- From Vineyard Trail Rides to Velocity Paintball Park, the Ramona area offers 101 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Farms & Ranches, Parks and Golf.
- Resting in the center of San Diego County, Ramona is home to several wineries and vineyards. Antique lovers also frequent Ramona looking for treasures and hidden finds. Other attractions in the area include a nature trail, helicopter museum and the Amy Strong Castle (home of a famous dress designer). Ramona further offers an annual rodeo, county fair and art show.
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Players navigate challenging playing fields, alternatively taking cover and aiming at opponents during open-play
Take a memorable horseback ride though the vineyards with Vineyard Trail Rides. Guests enjoy a scenic, hour-and-a-half ride through Milagro Farm, then are offered wine tastings and chocolates upon completion.
Velocity Paintball Park provides 14 playing fields with a variety of terrain and obstacles for paintball. They offer separate walk-on games for beginner and advanced players and host a variety of private groups such as family outings and birthday parties.
Hosting racing events, Barona Speedway hosts sprint cars, dwarfs, stock cars, and a variety of other race cars competing against each other. The concession stand serves favorites like nachos, churros, hamburgers, and more.
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645 Main Street, Ramona, CA 92065 MoreLess Info
Operated by the Ramona Historical Society the Guy B Woodward Musem maintains collections and archives pertaining to the culture of the old West. The museum has a variety of exhibits, including antiques and artifacts, and has a gift shop.
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Situated at the top of Mount Woodson, Potato Chip Rock is a thin rock formation in the shape of a potato chip. Hikers often use this rock as a place to relax after the challenging hike up the mountain.