Hidden in a scenic hillside setting, discover the neighborhood you have been searching for at Spring Mountain Ranch. Nestled at the foot of the mountains yet close to city life, it’s the kind of place people dream about. This new home community promotes the active lifestyle that Southern California is known for, where paths lead to parks, open spaces and a network of trails for hiking and biking.
And Spring Mountain Ranch’s ideal location connects you to everywhere you want to go. From culture to cuisine, you’ll enjoy the theaters, museums and wide variety of restaurants located in historic downtown Riverside, only four miles away. Experience a neighborhood with room to breathe, a welcoming environment, privacy and countless outdoor activities.
The Outdoors Await
Set among inspiring hills and granite outcroppings, this stunning landscape is your destination for recreation and relaxation. Head to the six-acre Spring Mountain Community Park where you can play basketball and sand volleyball, gather by the barbecues or relax in the shady picnic spots. Over 6 miles of pedestrian trails wind through the community, letting hikers, cyclists and meanderers connect up to the Springbrook Wash multipurpose trails. Add to that a trio of pocket parks and there’s plenty of space to have fun.
A Class Act
Access to award-winning education leads students to success, and Spring Mountain Ranch is surrounded by great schools.
And graduating students don’t have to travel far to continue their education. Acclaimed colleges and universities are close to home when you live here.
Spring Mountain Ranch is in the Riverside Unified School District.
Art, Culture and Lifestyle
A Cultivated Life
When you call Spring Mountain Ranch home, you’re just minutes from shopping, dining, entertainment and outdoor recreation. You can get your fill of art, culture and history at Riverside’s many galleries and museums, including the Heritage House Museum, March Field Air Museum, Riverside Art Museum and the California Citrus State Historic Park Museum.
Riverside is also home to many National Historic Landmarks and architectural showpieces, like the breathtaking Mission Revival-style Mission Inn Hotel & Spa and the Beaux Arts-style Riverside County Historic Courthouse. The Fox Performing Arts Center is not only a great example of Spanish Colonial Revival-style architecture but also hosted the first screening ever of Gone with the Wind in 1939.