Ramona is a census-designated place located in San Diego County, California. Ramona has a population of approximately 20.000 residents and an area of almost 39 square miles. Before the settling, the area where Ramona is today was inhabited by Digueno people. In 1775, Ramona was a small village named Pamo, which opened disputes between the Indigenous groups and the Europeans. The first building was raised in 1883 when the city was still called Nuevo. The present city of Ramona was finally settled in 1886. If you want to visit this sunny city, there are a few important points of interest you should not miss.
Top Attractions within Ramona
Guy B. Woodward Museum and Ramona Pioneer Historical Society is located in Ramona and incorporates a complex of historical buildings, the oldest in the city. The amazing history of the city is depicted within the area of this museum. Find out the connection between the Gold Rush and the city by visiting this great Ramona museum.
Oasis Camel Dairy is a small factory producing dairy and cosmetic products from camel milk. Tours are available, so that tourists who visit Ramona can find out more about the camels and the way in which the products are made. You can also visit the camels and the farm where they are raised. Especially for the kids, this is a great experience.
Dos Picos County Park is located in a peaceful and quiet area of Ramona. The park offers great recreational facilities and it great for a family day in the middle of the nature. This Ramona park also has a camping area for those who want to stay overnight and a lot of picnic areas.
Niko's Greek Cafe is located on the Main Street of Ramona and offers the best dishes of the Greek cuisine. The eatery is very appreciated by the locals which consider it one of the best places to eat in town. The best to try: the fresh Greek salad accompanied by pita bread..