The Irvine Ranch is home to the largest network of urban open space in the nation.
Stretching from the Pacific Ocean to the Cleveland National Forest, The Irvine Ranch includes some of the most beautiful and diverse land in the world.
Orchard Hills residents enjoy convenient access to natural open space and hiking trails.
Irvine Regional Park’s heritage trees and picnic ground have made it a family favorite for 123 years.
The berries on the lemonade berry shrub are a significant food source for birds and small animals.
Beautify your own open spaces by planting succulents and other water-wise plants.
Irvine Company recently presented its 14th annual $2 million check to the Irvine Unified Schools District for its Excellence in Education Enrichment pProgram.
Plein-air painters capture the beauty of The Irvine Ranch’s 57,500 acres of preserved open space.
Trinity Brewer of Irvine Troop 157 appears on the front of millions of Thin Mints boxes.
Second-generation owner Lori Reich Rowe chose Walnut Village Center to open her second Little Onion Mexican Restaurant.