Rancho Days Fiesta Returns to Heritage Hill Historical Park May 4th!

Explore the rich history of Orange County’s Ranchos and Native American cultures with activities and performances for the whole family

The County of Orange and OC Parks invite you to experience the 23rd Annual Rancho Days Fiesta at Heritage Hill Historical Park on Saturday, May 4 from 11:00 a.m. to 3 p.m. Travel back in time to explore Orange County’s rancho era, and enjoy activities, music, dance, and more in a family-friendly atmosphere.

Rancho Days Fiesta will feature a wide variety of activities, exhibitors, and vibrant performances and demonstrations for the whole family including piñata breaking, butter churning, and candle dipping. The celebration will also feature Charro horse riding and roping demonstrations, along with Native American and Folklórico dancing.

Historic buildings including the Serrano Adobe, El Toro Grammar School, the Harvey Bennett Ranch and St. George’s Episcopal Mission will be open and available for tours, courtesy of Amigo de la Colina docents.

“Rancho Days Fiesta is a long-standing tradition at Heritage Hill Historical Park and we are honored to bring another year of learning and fun to our community,” said Orange County Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Lisa Bartlett, Fifth District. “It’s a wonderful day celebrating the history of Orange County’s Ranchos and Native American cultures through fun, educational activities for all ages.”

Heritage Hill Historical Park preserves some of Orange County’s rich cultural heritage and represents distinct eras in the early development of Saddleback Valley and the town of El Toro.Experience the rancho era with OC Parks during Rancho Days Fiesta! Admission is $5 per person ages 3 and over, no cost for parking.

May 4 – Rancho Days Fiesta

11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Event Cost: $5 per person ages 3 and up

Parking: Free

Location: Heritage Hill Historical Park, 25151 Serrano Road, Lake Forest, CA 92630

Website: www.ocparks.com/historic/heritage

Contact: (949) 923-2230

The County of Orange and OC Parks.

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