Our Fitness Center and Spa offers a delightful selection of Western amenities along with our full line of skin care and home decorations.
mountain biking, tennis, Yoga, Golf - 18 hole course, wagon rides, bird watching, Archery, Air-Rifle, Nature Walks
Water based Activities
outdoor pool, hot tub, lake water sports
relaxation massage, deep tissue massage, rock treatments, couples massage, scrubs, manicures, facials, pedicures, Exclusive Therapeutic Mud and Herb Wraps
Fishing & Wildlife
The Alisal lake is teeming with bass and bluegill ready to be landed by rod and reel or fly. We offer private guided excursions during early morning or late evening hours, since feeding habits of different fish vary. If you wish to hone your angling skills, our lake staff is glad to provide traditional fishing and fly fishing pointers or lessons Fishing
Fishing on Alisal Lake is reserved for guests of the Ranch exclusively. All bass are natural spawn wild fish and fishing is "catch and release." This combination keeps the lake and the fish unstressed and provides some of the best bass fishing in the state.
Fishing on offer
spin, fly, lake, equipment available, guided non-inclusive, unguided, instruction available, BYO equipment
Deer roam the hillsides and golf courses throughout the Ranch. A family of bald eagles have called Alisal Lake their home for over 10 years.
Alisal is among the West’s most sought-after destinations for group meetings and corporate retreats. Our secluded locale and excellent facilities make meeting here both a relaxing and productive experience.
Please contact our Wedding Sales Manager directly for wedding guidelines at (805) 686-7618.
City of Solvang
The quaint village of Solvang is just three miles away dotted with building straight from Denmark and authentic Danish Food and Collectables. Solvang is the home to the Old Mission Santa Inez. Visiting Solvang is like taking a vacation to Denmark with no passport required. It has been named one of the 10 best Historic Small Towns in America by USA Today and was named by Trivago as one of the best "Hidden European Towns in America.
Solvang means "sunny field" in Danish; and was founded in 1911 by three Danish-American educators who discoved a place in the central coast jof California where land was plentiful and their culture could prosper.
Festivals are traditional parts of Solvang's charm. Danish Days annual celebration emerged in 1936 and continues to commemorate Solvang's heritage every September with artisans, folk dancing, three parades, aebleskiver breakfasts and free entertainment for the whole family.
3 miles miles / 15 mins