RSF Association Clubs and Amenities

The Rancho Santa Fe Association HOA provides various clubs and amenities for members. The Association is continually upgrading these facilities over time.

Trails, Fields & Open Spaces

The Covenant of Rancho Santa Fe boasts a unique and extensive network of private trails. Nearly 60 miles of equestrian and pedestrian trails are used exclusively by Covenant residents and their guests.

One of the most popular trail segments runs around the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Course, offering runners, walkers and horseback riders alike unparalleled views of the beautiful golf course and adjacent estate homes. Hikers and riders may order and pick up lunch from the Golf Club snack bar.

The varied terrain on other trail segments ranges from forested areas with overhanging tree canopies, to trails that run along local streams, and to segments with ocean vistas. In most areas, the trails are wide enough to allow two horseback riders to ride side-by-side. The extensive network has trail segments to suit horseback riders of all skill levels.

imgThe Trails & Recreation Committee oversees the Covenant trail system as well as parks and open spaces in the area. Looking for a great way to relax with friends? The Trails and Recreation Committee hosts a monthly guided trail walk for members and their guests. Walks are designed for all ages and last about an hour, with appetizers and drinks following at the RSF Golf Club. To sign up to receive monthly updates on trail walks, you may email or call (858) 756-1174. 

A trail guide is available exclusively to Rancho Santa Fe Association members. Please email Parks & Recreation for more information.


Rancho Santa Fe is made up of narrow, winding roads, often with trails along the shoulder. Please exercise caution and avoid parking vehicles on trails.

Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club

The RSF golf course was designed and built in the late 1920s and is considered one of the finest courses in southern California. It recently underwent an extensive renovation in 2021/2022 that replaced all fairways with higher performing grass (ie. better playability in the winter months) and replaced and reshaped all bunkers. Only members of the RSF Association HOA may become members. 


Nestled in the center of the historic and prestigious community of Rancho Santa Fe, our private Golf Club is available to homeowners within the boundaries of the Rancho Santa Fe Covenant. Our Max Behr designed golf course first opened in 1929 and is the original home of the Crosby Clambake, it has been recognized as one of the top 100 walking courses in America and described by a number of golf course architects as a rare blend of challenge and playability.

imgOur Ranch Clubhouse is both relaxed and casual. Whether it’s lunch on the patio after a horse ride, or a casual dinner in our restaurant after a friendly golf game, every community homeowner is able to enjoy the culinary and social pleasures of our very own Spanish- inspired, California-influenced, Ranch Clubhouse. Those who live here know that the lifestyle of our community is uniquely exclusive, casual, and special.

Club Hours and Contact

(858) 756-1182


5827 Via De La Cumbre
Rancho Santa Fe CA 92067

Ranch Clubhouse Restaurant

  • Monday: CLOSED
  • Tuesday – Sunday Lunch: 11:30 am – 3:30 pm
  • Wednesday – Sunday Dinner: 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
  • Sunday Brunch: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Snack Bar
  • Monday: CLOSED
  • Tuesday-Friday: 7:30 am – 6 pm
  • Saturday & Sunday: 7 am – 6 pm
Golf Shop
  • Monday: CLOSED
  • Tuesday-Friday: 7 am – 6 pm
  • Saturday & Sunday: 6:30 am – 6 pm

Helpful Links

For additional membership information, contact Shanon McCarthy, Assistant General Manager, at (858) 756-7463 or

RSF Tennis & Pickleball Clubs

Rancho Santa FeTENNIS CLUB

Named 2023 Club of the Year by the USTA San Diego Chapter, the Rancho Santa Fe Tennis Club offers members and their guests an unparalleled location and experience to play tennis, pickleball and to gather for social events. Established in 1962, it continues to provide first-class facilities for all levels of competition and skill level by a staff of highly qualified and enthusiastic teaching pros.

The Rancho Santa Fe Tennis Club is a private facility available to Rancho Santa Fe Association Members who are interested in joining. While not able to become members of the Tennis Club, non-residents are allowed to take lessons and clinics at non-member prices. Contact or (858) 756-4459 for more information,

Playing Fields


Youth sports are an important facet of life for many families with children and teens in the Covenant of Rancho Santa Fe. Two private sports fields are maintained in the Covenant for the exclusive use of residents and their guests. The fields are managed by the Rancho Santa Fe Association and are available for use by local, organized youth leagues such as Little League and Youth Soccer.

Rancho Santa Fe Field is the larger of the two facilities. It contains a full-size, regulation soccer field and a regulation baseball field with 90-foot base paths. A large play structure provides entertainment and exercise for younger children. The field is located at 16826 Rambla De Las Flores.

Richardson Field is designed for younger players and features baseball fields with 70-foot base paths. The complex also includes a youth-sized soccer field and is located at 16950 Rambla De Las Flores.

For information on field usage, visit RSF Park Permits.

Osuna Grille

Osuna Grille is your own private club restaurant available to all Association members and their guests. Stellar service, great food with private party availability and take out options. An outdoor seating snack bar is also operated for lighter, quicker fare. Latest information down the page here.

Osuna Ranch: Hunter/Jumper

Osuna Ranch is an equestrian barn providing training and show services for hunter/jumpers. It also has a lesson program for beginning riders, and is an information hub for the equestrian community. Also housing the oldest original Adobe ranch house in the area, Osuna ranch sponsors many community events and education seminars throughout the year. More info here.


Equestrian Trails: Riding and Walking

The Association maintains an extensive trail network over 60 miles long suitable for equestrian trail riders as well as walkers/hikers. Dogs are allowed as long as they are leashed. The trail network is truly a jewel in Rancho’s crown. More info here.

Baseball & Soccer Fields

Three baseball diamonds, one large soccer field and one small practice field comprise the Rancho recreation area. More info about the fields here, and scroll down this page for a list of local youth sports teams that use the fields.

Arroyo & Ewing Preserves

Camping in Rancho Santa Fe? Yes, a secluded nature preserve, the Arroyo, provides for that as well as fishing in the pond. The Ewing preserve is another nature preserve, both are great hiking spots.


imgCovenant residents may enjoy 68 acres of beautiful open space and nature at the Rancho Santa Fe Arroyo property. Located on the southeastern boundary of the Covenant of Rancho Santa Fe and along the San Dieguito River, the Arroyo provides a natural open space buffer from developments located further to the east. The property contains several different habitat types including wetland species, non-native grasslands, eucalyptus woodlands and upland areas.

The Arroyo features trails for hiking and horseback riding, a small fishing pond, and an area for overnight tent camping, which is popular with residents who have younger children. The Coast-to-Crest Trail, a 70-mile connection between Del Mar and Julian, runs through the Arroyo property.


The Arroyo is open to members and their guests daily from 7:00 am to dusk. A permit is required for camping and is available at no cost to Association residents. Please visit RSF Park Permit to reserve today. In order to have a camp fire, a separate permit is required with the Rancho Santa Fe Fire Department.


The Ewing Preserve is a 24.6-acre parcel of protected land in the southeast section of Rancho Santa Fe between Linea del Cielo and Via del Alba. It features several miles of popular walking and equestrian trails, and a beautiful limestone and eucalyptus landscape. The preserve is home to a variety of native plants, including endangered species, such as the Scrub Oak, Del Mar Manzanita and Southern Maritime Chaparral, one of California’s most endangered plants. The Association maintains and protects this land for use by its members. 


RSF Connect: Symmetrical Gigabit Fiber Internet

Perhaps the most used Association facility is right under your feet. In 2017, the Association built an all underground fiber network giving all Association members access to a fully symmetric gigabit Internet service. This is a highly reliable system intentionally overbuilt to afford zero bottlenecks at any time of the day. Contact the Internet Service Provider, Race to get connected.

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