The City of Rancho Santa Margarita is famous for its Summer Concert Series, with many residents arriving early and setting up beach chairs early so they are guaranteed a good seat. The city promotes these for the residents in a safe and positive environment, and opportunity for people to celebrate the RSM lifestyle. Live music, picnicking and dancing is all found under starlit nights. The Rancho Santa Margarita condos for sale are all close to these concerts where are normally held on Sundays between 6:00 – 8:00, and this past summer there was a tribute to Bruce Springsteen, Person to Person, Stone Soul, Silverados, and Identity Theft (an 80’s band). All concerts are alcohol and smoke-free events.
The Rancho Santa Margarita Dog Park is located at Canada Vista Park on Antonio Parkway, and it is free of charge and is open 7 days a week from dawn to dusk. The rules of the park are pretty simple; you are responsible for you own dog, clean up after him, all dogs must be licensed, they must be leashed and no food allowed. The Rancho Santa Margarita properties are all close to the Bell Tower Regional Community Center which is a central meeting place for RSM residents. The ballroom is over 4,500 square feet and is perfect for celebrations of any kind. There is a plethora of community events held here throughout the year, including weddings, bar mitzvah’s and other senior citizen programs.
The Rancho Santa Margarita condos for sale are all in close proximity to numerous county wilderness parks including Thomas F. Riley Wilderness Park, O’Neill Regional Park, Starr Ranch Sanctuary and Whiting Ranch Wilderness Park. Audubon’s Starr Ranch Sanctuary is a 4,000-acre nature preserve adjacent to Dove Canyon and Coto de Caza. O’Neill offers a true wilderness experience among its 3,100 acres of scrub-covered hills, oak and sycamore trees and grassy meadows. Riley is a 523-acre wilderness park has miles of trails offering outdoor enjoyment for hikers, equestrians and mountain bikers, including two seasonally flowing creeks plus groves of sycamores and oaks. Whiting has dramatic 100-foot sandstone cliffs and coiled red-rock formations distinguish this 1,800-acre park. Tree creek beds wind along a canyon floor densely forested with sycamore and oak trees inhabited by diverse wildlife.