El Rancho Loma Serena Homeowners Association

"The Ranch on the Peaceful Hill"

"Special Meeting of the ERLS HOA Board of Directors, August 25, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. at the Ranch House"

El Rancho Loma Serena

Welcome to the El Rancho Loma Serena
Homeowners Association Website

This web site has three purposes.  First is to provide a place where the members of the homeowners Association can stay informed on activities and proceedings of the Association.  The second is to provide potential property owners with information about the Association. The third purpose of this website is to provide Title Companies with the correct board member contact data to process their escrow demands.  

El Rancho Loma Serena HOA was established in 1969.  We are a non-profit organization.  There are 148 lots in the development.  All lots are privately owned.  69 percent of the lots are developed.  The homes are not the "cookie cutter" variety.  The homes range from cottages to very large exquisite homes.  The Association has common areas including the Ranch House and creek frontage.

Ranch House

Ranch House

The Ranch House facilities are available to all members of the Association.  Reserve a bedroom for an overnight stay or reserve the kitchen/yard for a group activity. Suggested donations are Each Bedroom $20.00, Shower Only $3.00 and Kitchen/Yard $75.00/group day use*.  The grounds would be a perfect setting for a wedding and/or reception.  Dry camping on the grounds at the Ranch House is also available.  (Dry camping defined as a camper/trailer, no electrical or sewer hookups)  Maximum of 2 dry camp reservations allowed during the same period with a maximum of 1 week stay without special permission from the Board of Directors.  Recommended donation for dry camping is $10/night (approved 7/2006).  Contact the caretaker to make your reservations at 754-4654. *Plus Insurance

Horse Shoe Pits 

Spend a fun afternoon at the horse shoe pits located across the street from the Ranch House.  While playing horse shoes you will hear the sound of the creek flowing (at least in the winter and spring). Take a load off your feet on one of the benches overlooking the creek.  Wild black berries grow along the banks of the creek. They are usually ripe in July/August.   The properties in the Association have many varieties of oaks, cedar and pines.  Most properties are 5 acres parcels.  View the parcel map on this website for further details.   Check the Events Calendar for other activities happening here at the Ranch.  A favorite saying around here is "If you're lucky enough to live in Mountain Ranch, you're lucky enough".

After your first rainy winter in Mountain Ranch, you may wonder where did I move?  Is this the rain forest of Calaveras County?  Two members of the Association have been keeping rain statistics for many years.  How does your rain gauge compare with these annual rain statistics?   


This page was last updated on August 19, 2018

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