Ramirez Canyon Park is a public park owned by the state of California. Barbra Streisand donated this estate to the state-run Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy in 1993. The estate has 22.5 acres (9.1 ha) of lush vegetation, streams, and bridges. There are five homes on the estate. An access trail from Kanan Dume Road was approved in 2015. Trails to connect Ramirez Canyon with Escondido Canyon and Corral Canyon parks are being planned.

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  • Ramirez Canyon Park is a public park owned by the state of California. Barbra Streisand donated this estate to the state-run Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy in 1993. The estate has 22.5 acres (9.1 ha) of lush vegetation, streams, and bridges. There are five homes on the estate. An access trail from Kanan Dume Road was approved in 2015. Trails to connect Ramirez Canyon with Escondido Canyon and Corral Canyon parks are being planned. The park was renamed Ramirez Canyon Park in 2009. In May 2011, Governor Jerry Brown announced a plan to sell the park as part of a budget he has put forward. The sale of the park was opposed by the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy, which owns and manages the park. (en)
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  • Ramirez Canyon Park is a public park owned by the state of California. Barbra Streisand donated this estate to the state-run Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy in 1993. The estate has 22.5 acres (9.1 ha) of lush vegetation, streams, and bridges. There are five homes on the estate. An access trail from Kanan Dume Road was approved in 2015. Trails to connect Ramirez Canyon with Escondido Canyon and Corral Canyon parks are being planned. (en)
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  • Ramirez Canyon Park (en)
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