Rancho Mission Viejo, a 23,000-acre master-planned community in South Orange County, hosted a one-of-a-kind event in partnership with the Urban Land Institute Orange County/Inland Empire (ULI OC/IE) last week for a timely conversation about the role home and community development have on health and well-being

This was the first event to take place at Rancho Mission Viejo’s new state-of-the-art, Ranch Camp at Rienda. Ranch Camp is the centerpiece recreational amenity that features the 20,000-square-foot Ranch Cove, open-air fitness center/lap pool, trailhead and a three-acre visitor’s center that showcases The Ranch heritage, preservation of land, builder product and The Ranch lifestyle for all ages and 55+.

“We were honored to be able to host this ULI event at Ranch Camp, our new amenity that prioritizes well-being with outdoor experiences, improves our quality of living, and brings the community together,” said Paul Johnson, executive vice president of community development, Rancho Mission Viejo. “It’s crucial we continue to have conversations about how to enhance well-being for not only our residents on The Ranch but the Orange County community in general.”