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10 Things To See and Do at Alisal Ranch The Jackson FamilyCharles Pete Jackson, Jr., purchased the Alisal, located in the Santa Ynez Valley in 1943 as a working cattle ranch. He converted some of the cattlemen's quarters for dude ranch guests who came to the ranch to help round up the cattle. He opened in 1946 the Alisal Guest Ranch during the summer season for up to 30 guests. The Jackson Family still own Alisal Guest Ranch and Resort. There are more than 50 miles of horseback riding trails, two 18 hole championship golf courses, a 6500 square foot spa and fitness center, six tennis courts and a 100 acre spring fed lake with water sports, including fly fishing, canoeing and kayaking. The Alisal Guest Ranch and Resort has long been considered the premier full service guest ranch for couples, families, and conferences since it opened in 1946. This secluded hideaway is one of the few places where time seems reluctant to move forward. They have families who have visited the resort for over 60 years as a family tradition. They request the same rooms, dine at the same table inside the main restaurant and know each wrangler by first name. Year after year, they come back with their kids and grandchildren. Celebrities at Alisal Guest RanchThe Alisal attracts a multitude of VIP's and celebrities with its laid back low profile vibe. President Ronald and Nancy Reagan enjoyed coming to the Alisal, as did Clark Gable and his bride Lady Silvia. They were married in Alisal's old library. Doris Day was a regular guest. Recently Billy Crystal enjoyed a hayride to the Old Adobe for breakfast. The Ronald Reagan Ranch helipad is visible from horseback at Alisal Ranch. Staying at Alisal Ranch must have inspired President Reagan to purchase his own ranch. It is now part of the Young America's Foundation. 1. Check into Your RoomThe property offers 73 telephone and television free guest cottages and suites. If you must watch television, the library has one television and phone service to contact the reception area. Cell phones do not call out if you have AT as your carrier. WIFI does work in your room and common space with AGR as the code. Rooms range from one room studios (My room 18) to deluxe two room suites. Each room has a King or CA king bed, coffee maker, refrigerator, blow dryer, iron and safe. I stayed another night in the lovely room 33. It had a large living area with fireplace and two sofa/beds. The newly renovated room had two bathrooms and a separate bedroom with a large King size bed. The master bath has a separate tiled show and Kohler bathtub. 2. Schedule of ActivitiesEach day and during turndown service, you will receive a schedule for the day. The highs and lows of the day's weather will be listed to inform you how to dress appropriately. A shuttle takes guests to Alisal Lake for those who would like to practice their archery skills, fish for Big Mouth Bass or learn air rifle skills. Adults are encouraged to visit the Oak Room for a cocktail and appetizers (Excellent salsa and guacamole) before dinner. Live music by Patrick provides evening entertainment. 3. Dining at AlisalThe Executive Chef Pascal Gode oversees all culinary operations at the Alisal Guest Ranch Resort, including the Alisal's open to the public restaurant, the River Grill. Born in France, Gode began assisting his family at the age of 11 in their patisserie and boulangerie business in his hometown of Epinal. In 1994, Gode accepted the position of Executive Chef at the Alisal Guest Ranch Resort, where he specializes in hearty American cuisine with French and Mediterranean accents. In the heart of Santa Barbara County wine country, he has many opportunities to prepare elaborate wine dinners and showcase his expertise in haute cuisine. He likes to include one or two items that are unfamiliar to his guests to try new things. There the Alisal Tortilla soup and two salads for starters. Hot and cold sandwiches include 8 oz. ground sirloin cheeseburger, a Dr. Praeger's California Veggie burger and grilled chicken Caesar salad wrap. Every night of the week is a different menu. Save room for the desserts. The cheesecake, flan and chocolate delights are excellent. 4. Saddle Up for a RideThe best ride is in the early morning when it's cool to explore the rugged hill country and picturesque canyons. The ride by horseback or hay wagon is three miles. A wrangler arrives in the dining room during the dinner hour to sign up guests. There are three groups Novice, Intermediate and Advanced. An experienced wrangler will lead the group on the morning and afternoon rides. During the morning group ride we rode the horses to The Old Adobe and enjoyed a ranch style breakfast with a campfire, cowboy singing (with an iPad attached to a music stand) and amazing buttermilk pancakes, fresh fruit, pastries, eggs, quesadillas with fresh salsa, bacon and sausage. Coffee, tea, hot chocolate and juice are provided. Guests should wear long pants, cowboy boots or tennis shoes, a hat and smile. During the months of September and October, hairy tarantulas are seeking mates out in the open canyons. We saw quite a few on our ride to the lake and back. They are quite a sight!