Rancho Maria & Sable Ranch:
Both locations share about a mile of a continuous boundary and then branch out into individual majestic canyons with trails.
Surrounding the two ranches on three sides is the Angeles National Forest, with its forbidding steep mountains and canyons, giving the ranches unequaled seclusion and privacy, unhampered by smog or coastal fog.
With their combined 400 acres of beautiful grassy meadows and canyons dotted with centuries-old oak trees, the Ranches offer unique opportunities for location filming within Los Angeles County only 30 minutes from Hollywood and major film studios.
There are two large water reservoirs, a vintage two-story ranch house, a chicken coop, a majestic big red barn with attached paddock containing always-green grass, a hacienda with a full-length covered porch, corrals, irrigated pastures, and a green screen facility.
There is a stationary four-car train sitting next to a train depot. There are several in-ground tanks that have been used recently by such shows at Wipeout and Holey Moley.