“It does good also to take walks out of doors, that our spirits may be raised and refreshed by the open air and fresh breeze.” — Seneca
According to the “Project:Time Off State of American Vacation 2017” study, vacationers were less stressed, more likely to have received a raise or bonus in the last three years and more likely to have been promoted in the last year.
Historic Rankin Ranch
Chosen as the location for the first episode of the Travel Channel’s show, “Life’s a Trip,” Historic Rankin Ranch in California is the perfect place to recharge and raise your spirits by the open air and fresh breeze.
Spread over 31,000 acres in a mountain valley, the ranch provides a peaceful country atmosphere. Springtime is beautiful with wildflowers and green hillsides. Summer is a great time for families with fun for all ages. Autumn brings the start of fall foliage.
With hardy ranch-style meals, horseback riding, supervised children’s programs, swimming, square dancing, bingo, horseshoe tournaments, hay wagon rides, outdoor barbecues, hiking, fishing, archery, ping pong, shuffleboard, or simply being able to read a book under a tree, Rankin Ranch is a great place to recharge and raise your spirits by the open air and fresh breeze.
Located between San Francisco and Los Angeles to the east of Bakersfield, historic Rankin Ranch has been family-owned and operated since 1863.
If you’re flying in from outside the United States, Rankin Ranch is a great way to experience an American guest ranch as a weekend getaway. And if you’re within driving distance, its a great place to refresh and recharge, as everything is taken care of and included such as meals and ranch activities. The best time to visit is between March and October.
23500 Walker Basin Road, Caliente, California
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