Things to do in Fallbrook.
What it's like to live in Fallbrook, CA.
You might be asking, what is Fallbrook all about. Take a look at this short video from Scott Kennedy showing a little about Fallbrook,
a unique small town located in North County San Diego. Fallbrook is one of the last hidden gems left in San Diego County and a place
you definitely want to check out while on your home search.
Go for a Hike- Santa Margarita River Trail
In 2018, The Wildlands Conservancy acquired five miles of the oak and sycamore shaded Santa Margarita River in Fallbrook, one of the last
free-flowing wild rivers in Southern California and the southernmost range of steelhead trout. This 1,384-acre water-blessed
property is part of the vulnerable South Coast Ecoregion that is recognized as one of the Earth’s 25 global hotspots of threatened biodiversity.
For several decades the Fallbrook Trail Council has maintained 18 miles of equestrian and hiking trails on this former water district property.
The Fallbrook Trails Council and The Wildlands Conservancy are now partners in maintaining this trail, which was voted the number one trail of
the best 50 trails in San Diego County. Visitors are often surprised to see so many broad water impoundments along the river that are the industrious
work of the California golden beaver.
Address: 4251 River Edge Road. Fallbrook, CA 92028
Wine Taste Locally- Fallbrook Winery
Hang out at the #1 Voted Local Winery in San Diego for the day.
Since the mid 1990s, the family-owned Fallbrook winery has been dedicated to crafting balanced and elegant estate wines that reflect the territory.
The Fallbrook Winery opened in 1981 and was used primarily for champagne production through the late 1980s.
In the mid 1990s, the winery property was purchased by the current owners and replanting of the vineyards began.
The Fallbrook winery is currently for sale and is a piece of Fallbrook Real Estate you could own yourself!
Address: 2554 Via Rancheros. Fallbrook, CA 92028
The Ridge- New Construction in Fallbrook
The Ridge in Fallbrook is a new private luxury gated community that consist of 14 single story custom homes, each
unique in their own way. Inspired by European architecture with authentic vintage beam, natural stone finishes
and spacious covered outdoor living space, each home reflects old world charm.
At The Ridge you'll find that these new construction homes are built to the highest quality construction standards
and nowhere else will you be able to find more exceptional value than The Ridge.
With 2 lots still available, the possibility of building your perfect dream home can end here.
Contact Chad for more information on The Ridge.
Weddings in Fallbrook
The Grand Tradition
The Grand Tradition Estates and Gardens is a must see in Fallbrook. Take a walk around their beautiful gardens, have brunch at the
Veranda Restaurant or even purchase a Picnic Box or Basket to enjoy while sitting by the lake.
The Grand Tradition has been a staple of Fallbrook for decades.
Address: 220 Grand Tradition Way. Fallbrook, CA 92028
Places to Play Golf
Pala Mesa Golf Course
Pala Mesa Golf Resort is a California-Ranch style hotel and golf course located between Temecula Wine Country
and the scenic North County region of San Diego.
Nestled among the hillsides and rolling fairways this golf resort provides an urban escape with the perfect setting
for leisure getaways, executive meetings, weddings and championship golf where personalized service, attention
to detail and exceptional cuisine blend to create memorable experiences.
The Golf Club of California in Fallbrook
The Golf Club of California was created to provide an extraordinary golf experience serving both members and
public golfers of all levels. Designed by Wade Cable and Johnny Potts, the course was designed to naturally
integrate with ancient oaks, majestic sycamores, towering eucalyptus tress and beautiful red-top grasses that
line the manicured fairways and greens. The course provides a variety of elevation changes with tranquil
Meandering creeks and acres of natural open space enhance the experience, ensuring that the design provides
a challenge for the most experienced of golfers, as well as an enjoyable experience for those just
beginning their golf journey.
The Fallbrook Airpark was created in 1963 when the U.S. Navy accepted a deed for the local airport. The
airfield consisted of a 2,200 foot dirt landing strip and the first operations occurred in 1964. The airport has the
average traffic of 98 aircraft operations per day with the majority being single engine personal aircraft.
Fallbrook Coffee Shop
The Fallbrook Coffee Shop is a unique and fun hidden gem of Fallbrook. You'll
find that this is a place where the locals go for their daily coffee. Under new
ownership as of June 2020, this is a must visit place.