Jonata Springs Ranch

 

Welcome to the Jonata Springs Ranch Association web site. The site provides information to members of the Association and introduces the Ranch to those who want to learn more.

JSR members may go to the Association minutes, members’ list, property map, or trails map. Login ID and password required. Members can obtain the ID and password by telephoning the Secretary. For older minutes, contact the webmaster.

The Santa Ynez Valley is renowned for its prestigious horse ranches and lovely country estates. For those seeking privacy, security, and the finest in country ranch living, Jonata Springs Ranch is the ideal location.

Whether members and their guests are serious equestrians or merely want a quiet weekend ride, or are hikers looking for a pleasant walk, the Ranch provides the finest trails of any association in Santa Barbara County. For those who simply want to enjoy tranquil country life, the Ranch offers the perfect setting.

Jonata Springs Ranch is a private gated community with 10.5 miles of developed bridle trails totally within the community. Set in gentle rolling hills, the Ranch comprises over 800 acres carefully divided into individual parcels of twenty or more acres. Jonata Springs Ranch sits just 15 miles from the ocean, between coastal hills and the higher San Rafael Mountains of the Los Padres National Forest. Santa Maria is 30 minutes away, Santa Barbara 45 minutes, San Luis Obispo one hour, and Los Angeles a little over two hours.

Jonata Springs Ranch has full-width paved roads and its own Bobcat Springs Mutual Water Company. Many of the parcels are dotted with oak trees and almost all offer beautiful views of the entire valley and mountain ranges.

Jonata Springs Ranch is aptly named, for it includes several year round springs. At dawn and dusk these springs provide a water source for the native animals and birds that live on the Ranch and on the adjoining 4,000 acre Mission Oaks Ranch. Red-tailed Hawks, Barn Owls, Meadowlarks, Bobcats, Coyotes, Acorn Woodpeckers, and Pacific Black-tailed Deer are just a few of the species that live with us. Click on the links above to see the variety of birds and wildlife on the Ranch.

7/9/2012

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