Growing by leaps and bounds, San Diego County’s North County Inland continues to add fun and enjoyment to our day-to-day.
From new construction in San Marcos’ San Elijo Hills to mature living in one of Rancho Bernardo’s 55+ communities, North County Inland offers California living to everyone.
Set amongst mountain views, our cities and neighborhoods like Escondido, Carmel Mountain and Lake San Marcos enjoy a temperate climate and larger property acreage and yet still remain just miles from the Pacific Ocean. Easy commuting and major shopping offerings keep San Diegans heading north as a place to call home.
Since opening it’s gates in 1972 the San Diego Zoo Safari Park has attracted visitors near and far to it’s 1,800 acre zoo. Filled with an array of wild and endangered animals from continents around the world the Safari Park will get you up close and personal with antelopes, giraffes, buffalo, cranes, and rhinoceros.
If in the mood for conversation and imbibing, North County Inland is becoming a destination for locally grown micro breweries. Our County is home to 96 breweries and counting with several making Vista, San Marcos and Escondido home. Brewer names like Stone, Mother Earth, Prohibition and Iron Fist are quickly becoming household names throughout the country.
Schools & Education
North County Inland has some of our leading schools in San Diego. Notable is our Poway Unified School District, an accomplished district with 36 schools (K-12) serving over 33,000 students per year.
Poway Unified has six high schools, five of which received gold, silver or bronze medals in the U.S. News Best High Schools rankings.
The San Marcos Unified School District is trailblazing itself as well. With 19 schools (K-12) and nearly 18,000 students, San Marcos Unified is getting academic acclaim for it’s State of CA API scores and distinguished schools.
Nestled nicely between the water and the mountain, North County Inland is a short drive to a number of day trip destinations.
To the north sits the budding city of Temecula, now home to over 3,000 acres of beautiful wine country. Relax outside at a local vineyard and bask in the glow of Southern California sun and warmth. Take a hot air balloon ride to see get a birds-eye view, hit links on a championship golf course or stroll Temecula’s historical downtown district.
To the east escape the everyday in Julian. Resting in the Cuyamaca Mountains, Julian is a preserved step back in time. A bustling Main Street is lined with buildings, some dating back to the 1870’s. Horse driven carriages carry visitors to and from. Scents of fresh Julian apple pies line the air, with apples picked from producing apple orchards just down the street. It’s pure simplicity in it’s finest form.