A beautiful north & south running canyon is dotted with Oak trees and lined with mature Pine trees. If you are looking for the perfect winding road, this would be it! It is often occupied with families of deer grazing on the pasture grasses.
Named after the “Adventures of Toby Tyler” where Walt Disney shot this TV show back in the late 50’s early 60’s this charming little country bridge is perfect for a country stroll, bicycle ride or anything you can imagine!
A pristine smaller meadow located at the eastern end of the Ranch with a charming oak grove and a beautiful creek that divide it from the Insert Road, perfect for picnics.
A tall and detailed waterfall cascading straight down into a pool which then flows down into smaller falls until pouring into Pine Lake.
Depending on time of year, the Bottom Meadow is either freshly tilled soil; tall, green alfalfa; or newly mowed alfalfa.
Larger than the Old Lake, Pine Lake is nestled among lofty pine trees and thick grasses. Some areas around the lake are flat and have shorter grass.
A long, straight dirt road lined on either side by grassy meadows and massive oak trees.
Two pastures used for growing crops, grass and sunflowers set high on a hill, partially divided by a wooden fence and overlooking Insert Road.
A large meadow covered in lush, green grass surrounded by a variety of tree species, brush and hills.
Tall pine trees grown densely, creating a blanket of pine needles and cones for a genuine forest look and feel.