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This page was last updated: November 22, 2017

Weekly Schedule
Farm hours: 
Open daily from 9:00-5:00.

Country Kitchen and farm store: 
Open daily 9:00-5:00 
  • Country gift shop 
  • Bagged Apples Available
  • BBQ and Deli 
  • Bakery
  • Wildlands Conservancy Nature Trails 
  • Little Seedling ranch (select days)
  • Public events
Our U-pick fruit has concluded for the season. 

​(909) 797-1005
39611 Oak Glen Rd. 
Oak Glen Ca. 92399

Historic Los Rios Rancho
Circa. 1936
------- Riley's at Los Rios Rancho  -----

(909) 797-1005
39611 S. Oak Glen Rd. Yucaipa CA. 92399

Pleasantly situated in the scenic agricultural community of Oak Glen, Los Rios Rancho is southern California’s largest Apple Farm in operation since 1906. We specialize in historic entertainment and traditional farming using our agricultural heritage as backdrop for our many public events and living history field trips. Venture up the mountain and join us year round for our slow cooked meats, fresh baked goods, artisan crafts, mountainous nature trails, 
seasonal fruit picking, and country dances. 

As we will be celebrating with our families, the ranch will be closed on Thanksgiving Day

Apple Butter Festival Activities:
November 24, 25, and 26
​Apple Butter Making 
Cowboy Encampments 
Pioneer Crafts
Corn Run 
Wagon Rides 
Little Seedling Ranch: Petting Zoo and Horse Back Rides 
Cider Pressing 


Harvest Dinner and Dance 
Saturday November 25
As the Harvest Season comes to a close, we invite you to join us in a supper of Thanksgiving. Seated in true feasting style you will dine on a hearty beef stew cooked in our farm grown pumpkins.

Following the meal we will pull back the tables and make room for festive called dances!