This popular attraction, formerly known as San Diego Wild Animal Park, contains an 1,800 acre wildlife preserve with more than 3,500 animals representing 260 species roaming around. It’s a fascinating visit for the whole family.
Castelli Family Vineyards, Correcaminos Vineyard, Eagles Nest Winery and Garci’s Vineyard and Winery are just a few of the wineries in Ramona. Many of the establishments have tasting areas.
From arrival guide: Ramona has emerged as one of California Wine Country’s more popular regions, for numerous winemakers have chosen to establish themselves amongst the town’s hills. Vineyards pair with the town center, which is rife with restaurants, antique shops, and historic buildings.
Julian is a superior mountain getaway in the beautiful Cuyamaca mountains. The town is rooted in the 1870s gold rush and buildings from that era still stand.
Enjoy riding our equine friends among the rolling vineyards in the area.
Like to gamble? Visit the tribal, 300,000 square foot upscale Barona Resort and Casino.
Tour the small historical museum at the mission site. It’s dedicated to finding the original bells for the mission originally established in 1818.
Shop at the many antique stores on Main Street in the quaint town of Ramona.
Head over to this water-based theme park based on the Lego toy brand and located in Carlsbad, California.
Take the time to visit SeaWorld San Diego, an awe-inspiring animal theme park, oceanarium, outside aquarium and marine mammal park.
See for yourself how The San Diego Zoo became world-renowned for housing more than 3,700 animals from over 650 species and subspecies.
Put on your swimsuit any time of the year and spend the day at one the world-famous San Diego beaches.
Drive over to this grand 1888 Victorian property housing a luxury beachside resort hotel on Coronado Island, just 10-minutes from downtown San Diego.
Watch American thoroughbred horse racing at the Del Mar Fairgrounds in the seaside city of Del Mar, California. Enjoy stadium seating, trackside dining and suites.
Found this great little spot. Feels like a real campground not a parking lot. Great price and I was here the first day the new owner took over so I imagine it’s going to get even better. I highly recommend this place!!!!
Best kept secret private park now open to the public. Sites are nestled in huge oak and pepper trees. Pool is huge and very clean as well as the spa. Children playground and huge dog run is just a few amenities this park offers. Near Julian and lots of wineries.
We stayed in a cabin memorial weekend. The fishing lake was beautiful, the barn with Wi-Fi and a pool table was clean and comfortable, fire pit, basketball, miniature golf, dog run, washer & dryers, clean warm pool and spa. Debbie who runs the front desk was so sweet and accommodating. Mark who runs the grounds was always available to lend a helping hand. I will definitely be back with some friends for a romantic weekend with local wine tasting!
Have been back for another stay since Sept. Amazed to see so much remodeling. Trees trimmed, clubhouse is beautiful with a turf landscaping, adding a kitchen, bocce ball, community propane fire pit. All cabins remodeled with new furniture. Enjoyed the spa with new friends. This park will be a great destination resort.