Quail Hollow Ranch County Park

Ranch House at Quail Hollow | Photo by Ryan Masters

Quail Hollow Ranch County Park

Aerial View of Quail Hollow | Photo by Ryan Masters

Quail Hollow Ranch County Park

Pond at Quail Hollow | Photo by Ryan Masters

Quail Hollow Ranch County Park

Trail at Quail Hollow | Photo by Ryan Masters

Quail Hollow Ranch County Park

Forest of Pygmy, or Dwarf Redwoods | Photo by Ryan Masters

Quail Hollow Ranch County Park

Located between Ben Lomond and Zayante, Quail Hollow Ranch County Park sits in a small, amphitheater-shaped valley ringed by sandy, teardrop-shaped ridges. At roughly 300 acres, it is home to a startlingly diverse array of plant communities, including revitalized grasslands, rare Santa Cruz Sandhills, and a mysterious pygmy redwood forest. From Awaswas hunter-gatherers to influential California trendsetters in the mid-20th century, this Santa Cruz Mountains Shangri-la has attracted humans for centuries. Read More

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