The Reserve at Rancho Mission Viejo is nestled in the coastal foothills of southern Orange County. Protected creeks, wetlands, woodlands, native grasslands and chaparral cloak the hills and valleys—providing a rich mosaic of habitats. It is a goal of The Reserve to share this richness of California’s biodiversity with The Ranch community.
A full calendar of educational events means new ways to connect and learn each month. Ranch residents can take docent led wildflower walks and bat walks, or take a look at the night sky during astronomy talks.
There are all kinds of ways you can help preserve this precious native land. Volunteer some of your time to assist with programming for local schools, help restore degraded habitats and so much more. Prefer to donate? Giving a monetary gift is another great way to support The Reserve at Rancho Mission Viejo.
The Rancho Mission Viejo Visitor Center is now permanently closed to the public. Please refer to the Neighborhoods section of our website for all current information on remaining new homes and to contact our neighborhood builders directly for appointments.