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Rancho Days Fiesta Returns to Heritage Hill Historical Park May 4

Rancho Days Fiesta

(Lake Forest, Calif.) - Immerse yourself in the rich history of Orange County’s rancho era at the annual Rancho Days Fiesta on Saturday, May 4 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Heritage Hill Historical Park. This event commemorates the unique history of rancho and Native American cultures through interactive activities, live music, dance performances and more in a family-friendly setting.

Free to attend and fun for all ages, Rancho Days Fiesta features a variety of activities including engaging exhibits, cultural performances, craft workshops, piñata breaking and more. Attendees will enjoy vibrant Folklórico and Native American dances, witness educational Charro horseback riding and roping demonstrations and explore the historic buildings at Heritage Hill Historical Park with guided tours provided by Amigos de la Colina docents. Pets are welcome in outdoor areas only and must remain on a leash no longer than six feet. 

“Rancho Days Fiesta is the perfect way for visitors of all ages to glimpse into Orange County’s storied past,” said Chairman Donald P. Wagner, Orange County Board of Supervisors. “This annual event is a testament to our community’s history and to the dedication of the County of Orange in preserving and sharing this important legacy with future generations.”

Heritage Hill Historical Park spans 4.1 acres and includes four fully restored and furnished historic buildings that span the early history of the Saddleback Valley and El Toro area from the Mexican Rancho era to the founding of the town of El Toro through the citrus farming days of the early 20th century. Join OC Parks at Rancho Days Fiesta to experience the charm and excitement of the rancho era.  

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May 4 - Rancho Days Fiesta 
Time: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. 
Admission: Free  
Parking: Free 
Location: Heritage Hill Historical Park, 25151 Serrano Road, Lake Forest, CA 92630  
Contact: (949) 923-2230


OC Parks

OC Parks manages nearly 60,000 acres of parks, historical and coastal facilities and open space for the County of Orange as part of OC Community Resources.