Quality Inn Temecula Valley Wine Country
27338 Jefferson Ave.
Temecula, CA 92590
Phone: (951) 296-3788
Fax: (951) 296-5188
Temecula Creek Inn offers a stunning 27-hole championship layout set within Southern California's picturesque wine country that received the coveted Four Star rating from Golf Digest Places to Play. Temecula Creek Inn Golf Course's 27 holes offer guests three distinct course options, perfect for a day of golf or an extended stay. From the traditional adjoining fairways of the Creek course, to the scenic beauty of the Oaks, to the dramatic elevation changes of the precision-demanding Stonehouse, this is golf at its purest, surrounded by nature at its finest.
The sweetness and vibrancy of the delicious vegetable is what Peltzer Pumpkin Farm strives to achieve in their produce. They have spent their years consistently delivering to the region, the freshest and healthiest specimens of this versatile ingredient.
While people of all ages enjoy playing here, Pala Mesa Resort Golf Course is especially attractive to many seniors during the week. Everyone who visits this place enjoys the rolling fairways and wonderful mountain view. As you approach the 11th hole, you will be treated to a 360-degree view of the beautiful surrounding area. This is a par-72 course, and it is 6,502 yards long. There are many tall trees on and around the course with leaves that change to a delightful array of colors during the fall months.
About an hour from the city's bright lights, you will find a free, self-guided tour of Palomar Observatory, one of the country's finest. With its 200-inch Hale telescope, this site has been credited with some of the most fascinating astronomical discoveries of last century. A small museum holds photos and videos of these discoveries. Picnic area, hiking trails and great panoramic views of the county are all worth the visit though the winding mountain roads may be a challenge. Special programs are offered during astronomic events, so call for schedules.
The small, residential community of Fallbrook is an ideal place for golfers to practice their swing in a peaceful environment. The par 72 course is 18 holes and over 6000 yards. Seasonal rates are charged. The golf club has power carts and clubs available for rent and hosts a restaurant, snack bar and golf shop. It's a golfer's paradise without the high-brow attitude.
This unusual western themed camp offers special programs for children throughout the year. Participants can sleep in covered wagons, explore nature, tend farm animals, ride horses and learn old-time crafts during seven-day or weekend camp outs. Children from ages seven through 16 can participate. Midweek and weekend overnight events run September through June, week-long camp outs are offered June, July and August, and during winter and spring school breaks.
While many golfers appreciate the challenge of a demanding course, be aware that this one includes numerous water hazards, tight fairways, deep bunkers and many large trees. The ocean breeze is outstanding, though it can make the game more difficult at times. This par-72 course is 6,750 yards long. The signature hole is the 15th; it is both long and narrow. One particular oddity; there is an actual caboose on the course with a resort sign hanging from it.
If free-falling at around 120 miles per hour is your kind of action, this drop zone is for you. Only 90 minutes outside of L.A., this is the largest skydiving center in North America and they welcome jumpers of all levels of experience. Safety is the number one priority here: students are outfitted with automatic parachute activation devices. If you go with your buddies you can all jump from the same plane with your choice of accelerated free falls or static-line jumps.
A perennial favorite in North County, this par 72, 6,396-yard course set amongst ancient oaks and sweeping views is a golfer's dream. The course is well-established, quiet and challenging. Golfers return to play this course over and over again. This is a popular course, so guests are advised to call ahead to reserve a tee time. Tee fees vary depending on the days and times.
With a location such as the charming Oceanside countryside, the Arrowood Golf Course has some excellent views. The 18-holes extend across 6,721 yards of challenging landscape designed by Ted Robinson Jr. This course is different from others because of the topography and the extent of the natural areas adjacent to the holes. A large club house and pro shop stocking latest golf equipment are located on site. Professional golf instruction services are also provided. Check the website for details.
Bell Gardens is a family-owned and operated farm that has opened its doors to the public so that all can see its workings and production. Wander through the fields and down rows of towering vegetable plants and fruit trees, then take the train ride that chugs around the perimeter of the farm. Be sure to stop off at the produce stand to sample some of the fruits. Group and educational tours are available with advance reservations.
Serious golfers have a home at this semi-private country club, an 18-hole course that holds a 71.1 rating with a par 71 and 130 slope. Spanning over 6,300 yards, the course offers variety, challenge and tranquility. Other facilities on the premises include a clubhouse, golf shop, locker room and tennis courts. Of course, the restaurant and snack bar are also frequented by golfers needing a moment to relax.