Temecula Things to Do
Temecula is a hillside community and home to Southern California’s best vineyards. The rolling hills are surrounded by a beautiful wide-open space of land affectionately called wine country.
Old Town Temecula
The county’s railroad system first came out west to Temecula Valley in 1882, and it didn’t take long for settlers to build a city around the tracks. Old Town Temecula is home to a number of historical spots, plus a variety of art galleries, antique stores, and quality restaurants.
CrossCreek Golf Club
Located off the grid, CrossCreek Golf Club offers a challenging afternoon for golfers at all skill levels. The fairways are lined with oak and sycamore trees that set a beautiful scene for golf. The front-nine has very little hazards, which makes for a fast-paced game, but the back-nine is known for an array of elevated tees that could leave a golfer in the rough all day long.
Temecula Valley Museum
If you’re looking for a history lesson on the importance of Temecula to the region, then spend a day at the Temecula Valley Museum. The exhibits feature antique farming equipment, obscure artifacts, and photographs that provide a historical account of how the city has transformed into one of Southern California’s thriving communities.
Ponte Family Estate Winery
The Ponte family has called Temecula home since 1984, and invite all to enjoy their beautiful property. Guests love strolling on the different paths off the garden trail, while others enjoy an afternoon exploring different wines in the tasting room.
Old Town Temecula Farmer’s Market
The farmer’s market is one of the most popular weekend attractions in Temecula. People love browsing through the different booths to see what products are available. Usually, an eclectic group of artists, farmers and restaurateurs set up shop each Saturday morning.
The Leoness Cellars is located high atop a hill that overlooks the winery’s twenty-acre vineyard. The view offers a perfect background for wedding photos as the property is home to marriage ceremonies each weekend. Plus, it’s a great location for a corporate retreat.
The Golf Club at Rancho California
Golfers suggest the scenic view of this golf club make up the for challenging opening holes. The course wraps around a number of lakes and ponds located on the property.
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