Garland Ranch Regional Park

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About Garland Ranch Regional Park, Carmel Valley

With such an incredible tale of history attached to, the Garland Ranch Regional Park is a must-visit while in Carmel Valley. Whether you love history or not, this park can be visited for myriad purposes. Hiking is one of the most commonly undertaken activities here. The hike is especially famous for its rewarding views of the colossal Pacific Ocean. The terrain is a diverse mix of altitudes ranging from 200 feet to 2000 feet in a lush vegetation. Make your way through dense oak woodlands, thick stands of chaparral and maple-filled canyon. A great place to bring the kids to, owing to a wide variety of insects found here; of course, for educational purposes. Horseback riding is another popular activity here.

Garland Ranch Regional Park Information

  • Access permit is required to enter the Kahn Ranch portion of Garland Park when entered via Hitchcock Canyon Road.

How To Get To Garland Ranch Regional Park by Public Transport

  • Carmel Valley Rd / Garland Ranch Bus Station.

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Address: 700 W Carmel Valley Rd, Carmel Valley, CA 93924, USA

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 06:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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  • I love this place. It's beautiful and you can walk your dogs offleash. People come here to play in the water on hot days to cool off.

  • Love love love this park!! It is beautiful with incredible hikes and views. Great map. Carmel Valley is really special.

  • Incredibly beautiful. If you want a more challenging hike, take maple to sage to sky trail (make sure to grab a map from the visitors center first). You'll eventually reach the top (it's pretty strenuous) and have an absolutely gorgeous view of the mountains, the valley, and all of Monterrey bay. Definitely bring water and snacks. Estimate about 6-7 miles round trip

  • The ridge hike was awesome. Good views. Not too crowded. Well maintained. Dog friendly.

  • Always have a good hike here. Bring water and a towel!

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