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Escondido is one of the oldest cities within the San Diego County, and is considered a historical landmark in its own right. Sitting to the northeast of downtown San Diego, Escondido is a beautiful area that is surrounded by lush California flora and rocky hills. It was established officially in 1888 and the name Escondido comes from the Spanish word meaning “hidden”. Originally, the Escondido area was settled by the Luiseno who had campsites and villages running along the creek. By the 18th and 19th centuries, Spain controlled much of the land and had established a slew of missions in California to convert indigenous peoples. Over the years, Escondido would go through many name changes, changes of ownership, and massive growth as the agricultural prospects grew. Today, it is a beloved city in the North County area of San Diego and one that residents and visitors alike can enjoy.
Escondido experiences the typical Californian weather, as well as the swells, heat and light breezes off of the Pacific coast, with higher heats in the rocky hill areas. Temperatures stay fairly consist throughout the year with higher heats, precipitation and humidity involved, especially in the summer months. Residents and visitors alike can expect occasional rainstorms, thunderstorms and high wind velocities associated with storms off the Pacific coast, especially during hurricane season.
Escondido is in just the right location to get out and experience all the natural beauty and wonders of California. With beaches aplenty, lots of local recreational spots, wildlife and other attractions, it is easy to get yourself and the rest of the family out for a day of fun.
San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum – 320 N Broadway – (760) 747-8702
Queen Califia’s Magical Circle Garden – 3333 Bear Valley Pkwy
Kit Carson Park – 3333 Bear Valley Pkwy – (760) 839-4691
Elfin Forest Recreational Reserve – 8833 Harmony Grove Rd – (760) 632-4212
With its rich history and expansive location, Escondido has plenty in the way of shopping for the whole family, especially for the fashionistas out there.
The food in Escondido blends in the Spanish spice with an urban mix of cultures coming together to satisfy every craving a hungry diner might have. One certainly doesn’t have to worry about going hungry in Escondido.
Vincent’s - 113 W Grand Ave - (760) 745-3835
Mirin Cafe - 1555 E Valley Pkwy - (760) 735-8888
Burger Bench – 237 E Grand Avenue – (760) 294-2001
Sunny Side Kitchen - 155 S Orange St - (760) 294-4450
Chicken Lisa’s - 555 W Country Club Ln - (760) 849-8227
Bellamy’s Restaurant - 417 W Grand Ave - (760) 747-5000
Chan Dara Thai Cafe - 330 W Felicita Ave - (760) 317-4455
Vintana Wine + Dine - 1205 Auto Park Way - (760) 745-7777
The Wooden Spoon Restaurant - 805 E Valley Pkwy - (760) 745-0266
Ali Baba Mediterranean Cuisine - 201 W Mission Ave - (760) 233-8717
After a day of work, surf or California play, the night can get you wound up for more. Fortunately, Escondido has plenty in the way of pubs, breweries, wine bars and live entertainment. Those who want to go out and really get a taste of the night scene will find no shortage of things to do.
Escondido is highly praised for its school systems throughout its many suburbs. Those looking to raise a family, or to further their own education, need not worry about a shortage of schools, both conventional and unconventional; it’s the perfect opportunity to learn how to surf and further your career at the same time!
Escondido Adventist Academy – 1301 Deodar Rd – (760) 746-1800
Trapeze High – 2470 Melru Ln – (619) 318-0833
Reidy Creek Elementary School – 2869 N Broadway – (760) 739-5800
Lil’ Country Christian Pre-school & Kindergarten – 1087 W Country Club Ln – (760) 291-1100
Population density: 3,890.7
Median age: 32.5
Male / Female ratio: 1.0:1
For those who are looking to make the move to any area within the Escondido area, the local job market is not in short supply, nor is the income many residents can expect. There are a feature of many big names and hubs, as well as smaller boutiques, shops and restaurants that can make use of all kinds of varying talent residents might have to offer 5.
SeaWorld San Diego – 500 Sea World Dr – (800) 257-4268
The Classical Academies – 390 W Valley Pkwy – (760) 317-9147
Lexus Escondido – 1205 Auto Park Way – (760) 747-2300
It’s not often that people can say that they live in a landmark – residents of Escondido can! Of course, there is plenty to see besides the city itself, but much within its borders as well. Whether you want to get out and experience the locale or dig into some of the areas’ rich history, Escondido is the perfect place to explore.
Queen Califia’s Magical Circle Garden – 3333 Bear Valley Pkwy
Sikes Adobe Historic Farmstead – 12655 Sunset Dr – (760) 432-8318
City of Escondido – 201 N Broadway – (760) 432-0635
Old Poway Park – 14134 Midland Rd – (858) 668-4576
For those who want location, excitement, beaches, hills and the California beauty that so many crave, Escondido is your area. The luxury of having San Diego right down the corner is one selling point, sure, but living in one of San Diego’s oldest cities in a gorgeous home and with the sun on your shoulders speaks for itself, San Diego or no. The shopping, restaurants and general manner of living in Escondido are sublime. You get a blend of beach culture, California’s natural beauty and a quality of living that is worth craving. Travelers and would-be residents alike can get a phenomenal experience out of Escondido and its surrounding areas – enough that many who do come want to make their stay a permanent one. Whether you want the amenities of modern American living, or the rich, natural beauty of California all around you, house hunters and tourists alike should keep Escondido high on their lists.
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