Boulder Oaks County Preserve

Located approx. 3 miles south of Ramona between State Route 67 and Mussey Grade Road
Phone: (760) 788-3326
Hours: Currently closed to the public

With sweeping views, Boulder Oaks Preserve consists of 1,268 acres of meadows and hills, just south of Ramona and north of the San Vicente Reservoir – extending east from Iron Mountain and north of Fosters Canyon. San Diego County acquired the Preserve in 2003 for inclusion in the County of San Diego’s Multiple Species Conservation Program (MSCP) preserve system.

The Preserve consists of natural vegetation communities including open coast live oak woodland, open Engelmann oak woodland, southern mixed chaparral, scrub oak chaparral, non-native grassland, southern willow scrub and freshwater marsh. Seasonal pools within rock outcroppings are sighted, as well as vernal pools within the meadows. The Preserve supports a diverse number of animal species, including those that are protected.

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