Baywood is a small community of people who care about their surroundings.
We love the plants that were here before we were born, but also nature as it is today. Both are part of Baywood. Trees take many years to grow and cannot be replaced.
Los Osos has a little treasure called Sweet Springs. Not many people know about it, and we like to keep it that way. It is a place you go when you want to be alone. There are no roads to it—only a five-minute trail, and you are there alone with nature. Where can you find a place like that in this busy world?
Turn off your cell phone, forget your computer, and be very quiet. Listen to the birds as you sit under the majestic eucalyptus trees and look at the butterflies hanging in the trees. Look around you at the squirrels and other little creatures. Maybe a deer will stare at you from behind a bush. Please do not disturb this special place, and preserve it for the people of Los Osos who want to keep this little spot to be alone with their Maker.
-- Ybi Van Ekeren - Los Osos