Located halfway between Banning and Idyllwild in the San Jacinto mountains on Hwy 243 at 5,100’ elevation, Skyland Ranch covers more than 190 acres in the transition from chaparral to pine forest. The history of Skyland Ranch from transitional land for native inhabitants to early private apple ranch through the dedication of the property to use as a Girl Scout camp beginning in 1951 the beauty and diversity of the property continues to be evident. Currently the property can house a little over 100 guests in a variety of rustic cabins.
Future plans include the growth of capacity for guests and staff and dedicated program areas such as a challenge course, horse barn and riding area, native garden, music garden, visual and performing arts center, STEM/Makers space, apple orchard, ranch house, leadership training center, museum, nature center and canoeing and kayaking lake. Find out how you can get involved in making these visions a reality by visiting our Camp Skyland Ranch website.