Rancho Santa Fe has a rich history and was established in 1928 as a country residential community with an emphasis on agriculture and on preserving the rural landscapes.
The Rancho Santa Fe Association facilities include the beautiful and historic Osuna Ranch Adobe and grounds. The Osuna Adobe is one of the oldest existing structures in California. The grounds are perfect for a family photoshoot, or a lovely summer picnic.
The community has two sports field areas: Rancho Santa Fe Field, which is the larger field, and Richardson Field, as well as two baseball diamonds, and a T-ball diamond. Rancho Santa Fe Field contains a full-size, regulation soccer field and a regulation baseball field with 90-foot base paths. A large play structure provides entertainment and exercise for younger children. The Rancho Santa Fe Sports Field is located at 16826 Rambla De Las Flores.
Richardson Field is designed for younger players and features baseball fields with 70-foot base paths. The complex also includes a youth-sized soccer field and is located at 16950 Rambla De Las Flores.
The Arroyo features trails for hiking and horseback riding, a small fishing pond, and an area for overnight tent camping, which is popular with families who have younger children. The Coast-to-Crest Trail, a 70-mile connection between Del Mar and Julian, runs through the Arroyo property. The Arroyo preserve is located at 17621 El Vuelo.
The Arroyo is open to members and their guests daily from 7:00 am to dusk. A permit is required for camping and is available at no cost to Association members. In order to have a camp fire, a separate permit is required with the Rancho Santa Fe Fire Department.