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Alpine is one of San Diego’s preferred suburbs. A 30 minute drive from the taciturn tantrum expletives of an animal that never sleeps, that never calms down, that never stops and smells the roses. Alpine is that safe haven, that fortress of heavenly solitude your sprit needs and your body desires. That place your mind runs to after a hard day’s work. Nestled on the outskirts of the Capitan Grande Reservation, Alpine is a breath of fresh air in an otherwise stuffy metropolis.
Its chalet like atmosphere, its close knit community and, overall, its shunning of big city ways, constantly presents its many hosts and residents with a miasma of opportunities and pleasures.
Alpine is the sort of place that inspires and cultivates. That creates titans and notable celebrities. This is the place where the stressed out and those in need of unwinding flock to at moment’s notice.
This is the city that has inspired poems and novels. That has captivated the mind of bestselling authors (K. Bromberg, NYT bestselling author) and birthed in him an idea that would end up inspiring millions. Where off-road racing aficionado and professional driver, Sheldon Creed, grew up. Where Duncan Hunter, a United State’s Representative, went to school. Where Major League Baseball legend, Marcus Giles first stole a base.
Alpine is the perfect community to help foster a dream and to give you that spark of inspiration that will fuel along the rest of your life.
East San Diego's environment, has been described as a semi-arid microclimate No matter the season, this particular area has mild and dry weather. Almost all the annual precipitation occurs between the months of November and March. Summers are mostly cool and brisk, with only four days averaging over 90ºF while winters are tepid and gentle.
Alpine acquired its name on account of its natural vistas. The residents of the area suggested the title to the community council due to the rocky terrain. The general idea was that it had much in common with the Swiss Alps. Alpine residents like to take advantage of the many natural activities that the land has to offer. Trekking over the numerous gravel paths (Anita's Way, Boundry Truck Trail, Sequan Truck Trail, etc). Bird watching, trying to catch a glimpse of the native falcons and hawks. Fishing in the various creeks, rivers, and the Loveland Reservoir. Alpine's true spirit lies in its natural bounty. Plus, as an added bonus, Alpine is close to multiple Native American Reservations.
Alpine has all the necessary haberdasheries, boutiques, general stores and bargain basement fiascos most towns have grown accustomed to. Meanwhile, out by its outskirts, you'll discover a heavenly array of outlets and malls waiting patiently to swipe your Amex and all other plastics.
Alpine is a relatively small community with deeply ingrained roots in old native American customs. The local fare, aside from the obligatory Pizza Hut and McDonalds, harkens back to culinary delights of that proud body of people. Nonetheless, over Alpine Boulevard, the savvy entrepreneur has heard the clarion call of gentrification and progress and installed a small smorgasbord of culinary options.
Alpine's after hour entertainment has mostly migrated to the terrain of San Diego proper, nonetheless, its locals still know how to have a good time. Community events abound on weekends, bartender lacquered up their stools come five o' clock, and just a bike ride away a Casino offers shows, discos, and slot machines.
Alpine has a population density of about 531.5 people per square mile; 87.3%, Whites, while the second majority being divided between Native American's and Hispanics.
Alpine has an upsurge of academic institutions. Its diverse racial makeup has instilled in her a need to accommodate all creeds. As such, aside from the average High School and Elementary School, you'll also discover an array of specific establishments catering to a selected few.
Joan MacQueen Middle School - 2001 Tavern Rd - 619-445-3245.
Julian Charter School - 1832 Alpine Blvd.
Creekside Early Learning Center - 8818 Harbison Canyon Rd - 619-659-8250.
Shadow Hills Elementary School - Alpine, CA 91901.
Alpines has dozens of landmarks and iconic spots to stop and feel wowed by the vistas. There’s a reason why lodges and hotels have flown to the area in order to get a taste of its tourist trade. Aside from the Casinos and Native American Reservations, Alpines wealth comes from the land itself. Mountains and natural points of interests abound in the Capitan Grande Reservation.
Sycuan Casino - 5485 Casino Way.
Mountain Of Christ - 58-,98 Boundary Truck Trail W.
Sky Falconry - 595 Anderson Rd - 619-722-0092.
Viejas Casino & Resort - 5000 Willows Rd - 619-445-5400.
Alpine is a unique, one of a kind, town. The sort of place where just outside your doors a panorama of beauties beckons your attention. Where falcons roam the sky, prairie dogs walk the land and your neighbors might very well pass along the peace pipe and invite you in for a puff, the second they meet you. A magical land of infinite possibilities, amazing weather and local hues.
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