The historic Highland Springs Ranch & Inn in Cherry Valley is lit up with twinkling holiday lights this holiday season.
As part of the January 9th Christmas Eve celebration, lights sparkle from 123 Farm’s organic lavender field to a century-old olive grove, tall oak trees and historic buildings.
Holidays run from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm from Tuesday to Sunday and are closed on Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Last admission at 21:00.
Festive meals include sourdough soup bowls and hot coca lavender. It also has vendors, a gingerbread fair, a holiday maze, and more.
Horse-drawn carriage rides, pits for the s’mores are organized on certain nights, and Santa Claus also appears.
Formerly known as Highland Springs Resort, the former stagecoach stop was founded in 1884 and is located at 10600 Highland Springs Ave. It is the first registered landmark in Riverside County.
Admission for adults – $ 9; $ 8 for seniors 65 and over and students 13 to 17; $ 7 for children 6 to 12 years old; children under 5 years old stay for free. Public parking costs $ 10 and preferred parking is $ 20.
Info: 951-845-1151 or hsresort.com.