Home to 80’s icons like Linda Blair and tennis champion Vic Braden, Coto De Caza has always been a somewhat exclusive community; nowadays to just slightly more than fourteen-thousand residents. Local actor and cowboy, John Wayne, was known for making Coto De Caza one of his preferred watering holes. He often entertained myriads of his friends at the Coto Valley Country Club.
Coto De Caza, which means hunting preserve in Spanish, has stayed true to its reputation as an ecologically oriented recreation community. For the 1984 Summer Olympics, the community served as host to the riding, running, shooting, and fencing portions of the modern pentathlon events. Princess Anne of England attended the event to support Richard Phelps, who finished fourth at the Olympic event.
Some of the most notable points of interest in Coto De Caza include the Coto Valley Country Club, the Coto Equestrian Center, Thomas F. Riley Wilderness Park, and the private community of Los Rancho Estates.
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