Whether you spend your stay enjoying nature and outdoor recreation at the campground or sampling Temecula wineries and restaurants, there's so much to do! So be sure to book an extra day to your stay to get it all in.
Turn Old Town Temecula into a giant game board with this fun scavenger hunt adventure. Combine the excitement of the Amazing Race with a three-hour tour. Guided from any smart phone, teams make their way among well-known and overlooked gems of the town, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. Available 365 days a year.
Opened in 1968, this expansive property located in the beautiful rolling hills of Temecula Valley Wine Country spans 242 acres and a lifelong legacy of Equestrian excellence. The sprawling grass polo fields are home to numerous equestrian, endurance and sporting events year around. Here is where lifelong memories come to be made. We invite you to come on out and feel it.
Temecula Valley Wine Country spans more than 33,000 acres – the largest viticultural area in Southern California – yet is one of the state's best kept secrets. First planted in 1968, the region is now home to more than 40 wineries, from boutique to large-production, rustic to modern.The Mediterranean-like climate is marked by long, warm days moderated by the ocean breeze that blows through the mountain range, creating cool nights. It's a grape grower's (and vacationer's!) dream.Visitors to Temecula Valley will find the majority of wineries clustered east of I-15 along and around Rancho California and De Portola Roads, with some located along Calle Contento as well. Each wine trail boasts its own unqiue personality, but all tasting rooms are warm and welcoming, inviting wine lovers of all kinds – from the novice to the aficionado – to uncover the story of Temecula Valley Southern California Wine Country.