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Great Staycations for Spring and Summer

Take advantage of one of the most desirable destinations in the country — San Diego county.

Sometimes we need a reminder that our home is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. People save for months just to be able to spend a day in San Diego county, and when they get here, they envy those of us who live here year-round.

It’s easy to get caught up in the grind and forget all the cool and free activities right in our own back yard. Next time you get a break in your schedule, you can save money and the hassle of flying somewhere else to have fun. Check out some of these great one-day staycation opportunities right outside your door.

A game of golf at with its beautiful lakes and mountain views and its newly renovated Par Lounge with outdoor patio.

With tall ancient oak trees, huge boulders, sparkling lakes, a Dutch windmill and a wooden bridge, this course provides golfers with the opportunity to step out of reality and into a scenic postcard for an afternoon.  The course was voted “Best Scenery” by Southland Golf Magazine and promises a unique and fulfilling golf experience.

Take a Sunday excursion to this family-owned Mediterranean-style winery and not only will you get to taste double gold award winning wine, but also mouth-watering wood fired pizza and Italian entrees made by Herman Salerno himself.

Calling all history buffs!  Step back in time to the Olld West and see what Ramona was really like, way back when. The museum is home to a complex of historical buildings, shops, special artifacts and exhibits including archaeology, archives, basketry, costumes, furniture, history and photography.

With horseshoe pits, nature trails for hiking, a large children’s playground and a soccer field, what better place to spend some quality outdoor time? Take a basket for a picnic or your camping gear to stay the night in this beautiful 78-acre nature escape.

For a high energy outdoor activity, Velocity Paintball Park’s got you covered … in paint!  This park offers 14 playing fields on 40 acres and a full day of fun, rain or shine.

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