6200 Flying LC Lane
Carlsbad, CA 92009
Aug. 18th 2017 - Early Park Closure
Leo Carrillo Ranch Historic Park will be closing at 3 p.m. on Friday Aug. 18th due to a special event. Please call (760) 476-1042 for more information.
13th Annual Leo Carrillo Film Festival
Advance reservations are required to attend the film festival. Reservations may only be made online by visiting www.carlsbadconnect.org starting August 11, 2017. Tickets are limited to 4 per person. Movie starts promptly at sunset, with a showing of The Cisco Kid before the main feature.
For more information, please see the program flyer or call (760) 476-1042.
Discover the history and tranquil beauty of this former working ranch, once owned by actor Leo Carrillo. Secluded in the heart of a magnificently landscaped 27-acre canyon, this historic park contains and protects romantic hand-crafted adobe buildings, antique windmills, a reflecting pool and many other beautiful historic structures where visitors can explore and experience California history. Nature-lovers delight in gorgeous agave, bougainvillea, Birds of Paradise, plentiful trees and the company of dozens of brilliant peacocks who call the ranch home. The unique entry gate was created specifically for the park through the city's public art program.
Leo Carrillo Ranch is a designated Historic National Landmark that was opened to the public in August 2003. It is connected to the citywide trails system via the 4-mile long Rancho Carrillo trail.
Dinner and a Movie Fundraiser, August 18th, 2017
Be our guest at the annual Dinner and a Movie Fundraiser benefiting the California History and Art Program at the Leo Carrillo Ranch Historic Park. Enjoy live music, hosted bar, expansive silent auction and the outdoor movie screening of “What’s Cookin” (1942). All-inclusive tickets to attend the fundraiser start at $60 with other exclusive dining options available. Tickets may be purchased online or by mail in request before July 28, 2017. Please see the program brochure for additional details.
Carrillo Ranch Film Festival – Starts August 25th!
(ALL MOVIES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE)
Leo Carrillo Ranch Historic Park is pleased to
announce the schedule for the 2017 Carrillo Ranch Film Festival:
August 25, 2017
Hotel Haywire (1937) (run
time: 66 minutes)
September 1, 2017
Moonlight and Pretzels (1933)
(run time: 83 minutes)
September 8, 2017
Manhattan Melodrama (1934)
(run time: 93 minutes)
Advance reservations are required to attend the film
festival. Reservations may only be made online by visiting www.carlsbadconnect.org starting
August 11, 2017. Tickets are limited to 4 per person. Movie starts promptly at sunset, with a showing of The Cisco
Kid before the main feature.
For more information, call (760) 476-1042
For information regarding weddings, special events or other park rentals click here.
Self guided walking tours of the building exteriors and park grounds are available during normal park operating hours. The interior of many buildings are not accessible during self guided tours. A free, self guided walking tour brochure is available in the parking lot, Visitor Center, and Hacienda. We recommend that you begin your tour by first stopping at the Visitor Center to view our 13 minute introductory film on the history of the ranch and the life and career of Leo Carrillo.
Free guided walking tours are offered on Saturday at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. and on Sunday at noon and 2 p.m. These guided tours allow access to the interior of many of the historic structures, including the hacienda, as well as Deedie's house. Allow approximately 90 minutes for the entire tour. Wear comfortable walking shoes or boots. Tours depart from the parking lot. Reservations are not required.
Tours are also offered by special advance arrangement for persons with special needs or mobility requirements, groups and organizations. Tours may be modified without notice due to special events, weddings, conservation, or maintenance issues.
Visitor advisory: Leo Carrillo Ranch is a 27-acre historical park with irregular earthen and paved surfaces, including without limitations, stairs and trails. It is recommended that visitors wear appropriate shoes for the uneven terrain within this historic park. Be prepared to walk extended distances up and down moderately sloping hillsides on uneven decomposed granite trails. Wear cool, comfortable clothing and sturdy walking shoes or hiking boots. Wear a hat and sunscreen. Bring drinking water.
No pets allowed. Dogs are prohibited in Carlsbad's parks.
It is unlawful to vandalize, damage, destroy, cut, injure, or remove any of the park's historic, cultural, and natural features. Carrillo Ranch is a designated local, State, and National Historic Landmark.
Children must remain under adult supervision at all times.