Ramona, a relatively average-sized area to live in, but with the benefit of a smaller population relative to its size, boasts of being a nicely well-rounded place to live. Ramona consists of seven neighborhoods, most of which are less dense in terms of population, meaning there is more land for would-be residents looking to buy property here. The neighborhoods here range from rural, like the Sutherland Dam Road area, to more suburban residential areas like the c.
The rural areas in Ramona mostly have medium to large homes as a result of the larger land area vs. population, while the more suburban neighborhoods offer small, to medium-sized homes.
The mix of suburban and rural areas in Ramona affords residents fantastic access to plenty of outdoor space for them to enjoy. Ramona has two highlight outdoor features that both serve the community at large, the Ramona Community Park and the Ramona Grasslands County Preserve.
The Ramona Community Park has been a great location for day hikes, nature explorations, and camping for years now. The area has also been developed to add to its convenience. Several water fountains, picnic, parking areas, and bathrooms can be found in the park ready to serve guests.
The Ramona Grasslands County Preserve contains 3,000 acres of pristine wilderness that is a go-to for cyclists, horseback riders, and hikers. Unlike Ramona Community Park though, the preserve only offers specific areas for the public to enjoy.
For families with children, Ramona has its very own school district and has several schools that are highly rated.
All in all, Ramona offers a nicely well-rounded living experience, so any potential resident will not be disappointed.