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Where is the Christen love? I have been raised a Christian and as far as I remember the trademark of Christians is the love they have and show for one another. In John 16:34-34 Jesus says to his disciples ''A new commandment I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so also you must love one another. By this all men will know that you are My disciples, if you love one another. '' All that being said, I would like to invite my Christian brothers and sisters not to go to Rancho Ybarra as long as the camp ground operator works there.

My family and I have a bad experience with this guy. I went to this place with my family. It was my dad's birthday and we decided to go
 
    somewhere in the nature and celebrate it with some food. The 4 of us got there and since every seating area was taken, we sat down under the shade of a tree. The guests in that area seemed nice and engaged in small talk which was
 nice. It wasn't 10 minutes past since we sat down that this guy (the camp operator) pulled up his van and gestured to us from his window, and in an unpleasant tone said to us ''did you pay?'' We had no idea we needed to pay so we said we were sorry and immediately proceeded to pay him. He asked us if we were members of a church, claiming that only members of Christian church could enjoy that area. We tried explaining that we are Christians and we do go to our church but he made a snide remark to us, mocked us saying ''don't come back here. '' My uncle thought he was asking us not to come back on that day and asked for clarification to which that guy said ''No! Don't you ever come back  
here!'' with a threatening attitude.

We were shocked to hear that! He had a big dog too that was scaring my mom and he was not doing anything to keep it away from her. Even when I asked him if he could call his dog, he said ''I will get him to go in the water then come shake his body on you guys!'' I love dogs but this guy's attitude was horrible! I was scared to complain since he could have grabbed a weapon and shoot us! So we paid the unfair money and that guy drove away with a threatening attitude. This guy was Claiming to be a member of a church and only letting church members to be there, never thinking that his horrible behavior was sending the most negative message about his church and Christians in general. My family and I are Christians but this guy's bad attitude made me think again about religious people and whether or not it stands for anything good in our society. Please join me in boycotting this place otherwise people like this guy will continue to take advantage of people. Says ZORBA (Sun, 23 Jul 2017) (see picture)

Very bad experience with guy on the desk. For him if you don't go with a church you are not a christian. I was planning to go alone to pray. The person denied to give me information. very religious. very dissaponited. Says Joe (Thu, 26 Apr 2012)

 





Where is the Christen love? I have been raised a Christian and as far as I remember the trademark of Christians is the love they have and show for one another. In John 16:34-34 Jesus says to his disciples ''A new commandment I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so also you must love one another. By this all men will know that you are My disciples, if you love one another. '' All that being said, I would like to invite my Christian brothers and sisters not to go to Rancho Ybarra as long as the camp ground operator works there.

My family and I have a bad experience with this guy. I went to this place with my family. It was my dad's birthday and we decided to go somewhere in the nature and celebrate it with some food. The 4 of us got there and since every seating area was taken, we sat down under the shade of a tree. The guests in that area seemed nice and engaged in small talk which was nice. It wasn't 10 minutes past since we sat down that this guy (the camp operator) pulled up his van and gestured to us from his window, and in an unpleasant tone said to us ''did you pay?'' We had no idea we needed to pay so we said we were sorry and immediately proceeded to pay him. He asked us if we were members of a church, claiming that only members of Christian church could enjoy that area. We tried explaining that we are Christians and we do go to our church but he made a snide remark to us, mocked us saying ''don't come back here. '' My uncle thought he was asking us not to come back on that day and asked for clarification to which that guy said ''No! Don't you ever come back here!'' with a threatening attitude.

We were shocked to hear that! He had a big dog too that was scaring my mom and he was not doing anything to keep it away from her. Even when I asked him if he could call his dog, he said ''I will get him to go in the water then come shake his body on you guys!'' I love dogs but this guy's attitude was horrible! I was scared to complain since he could have grabbed a weapon and shoot us! So we paid the unfair money and that guy drove away with a threatening attitude. This guy was Claiming to be a member of a church and only letting church members to be there, never thinking that his horrible behavior was sending the most negative message about his church and Christians in general. My family and I are Christians but this guy's bad attitude made me think again about religious people and whether or not it stands for anything good in our society. Please join me in boycotting this place otherwise people like this guy will continue to take advantage of people. - says: ZORBA


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Marinas near Rancho Ybarra, San Gabriel Mountains, California:

   Lake Powell Resorts & Marina, Los Angeles, 14 miles away

   Jones Step & Marina, Van Nuys, 15 miles away

   Bluvband Marina, Sherman Oaks, 16 miles away

   Marina Sports, Los Angeles, 16 miles away

   Westrec Marina, Encino, 19 miles away


Paddling Rivers Near Rancho Ybarra, San Gabriel Mountains, California:

   Whitewater Outfitter - American Whitewater Expeditions, Los Angeles County, 5 miles away
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Public Lands near Rancho Ybarra, San Gabriel Mountains, California:

   Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, Thousand Oaks - CA, 43 miles away
      
   Verdugo Mountain Park, California, 7 miles away

   Angeles National Forest, California, 15 miles away

   Placerita Canyon State Park, California, 17 miles away

   Kenneth Hahn State Park, California, 19 miles away

   Los Encinos State Park, California, 19 miles away


Trails near Rancho Ybarra, San Gabriel Mountains, California:

   Stone Canyon Trail, Los Angeles County, 1 miles away
       4.6 hiking miles, 3351 feet elevation difference

   Gold Canyon Trail, Los Angeles County, 2 miles away
       3 hiking miles, 1151 feet elevation difference

   Condor Peak Riding and hiking Trail, Los Angeles County, 4 miles away
       8.6 hiking miles, 3552 feet elevation difference

   Yerba Buena Trail, Los Angeles County, 4 miles away
      1.6 hiking miles, 1394 feet elevation difference

   Oak Spring Trail, Los Angeles County, 5 miles away
      4.4 hiking miles, 2140 feet elevation difference

   Dagger Flat Trail, Los Angeles County, 8 miles away
       2.6 hiking miles, 1319 feet elevation difference

   Idlehour Trail, Los Angeles County, 12 miles away
      6.2 hiking miles, 2028 feet elevation difference


Golf Courses Near Rancho Ybarra, San Gabriel Mountains, California:

   Verdugo Hills Golf Course, Tujunga, 4 miles away

   Rotary Club Of La Canada Flintridge, La Canada Flintridge, 6 miles away

   Angeles National Golf Club, Sunland, 6 miles away

   Debell Golf Course, Burbank, 7 miles away

   De Bell Par 3 Golf Course, Burbank, 7 miles away


Lakes Near Rancho Ybarra, San Gabriel Mountains, California:

   Pacoima Reservoir, Los Angeles County, 10 miles away

   Little Rock Reservoir, Los Angeles County, 19 miles away


Current weather conditions at Rancho Ybarra, San Gabriel Mountains, California
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Local climate location: DRY CANYON RESERVOIR 4 miles away


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