Top 15. Tourist Attractions & Things to Do in Riverside, California
Top 15. Tourist Attractions & Things to Do in Riverside, California: March Field Air Museum, Mount Rubidoux Park, Riverside National Cemetery, Mission Inn Museum, Fox Performing Arts Center, Victoria Avenue, California Citrus State Historic Park, University of California Riverside Botanic Gardens, Van Buren Drive-In Theatre, Riverside Metropolitan Museum, Whitewater Preserve, Lake Hemet, Castle Park, Riverside Art Museum, Fairmount Park
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Mount Rubidoux Park
March Field Air Museum
Mission Inn Museum
California Citrus State Historic Park
Riverside National Cemetery
University of California Riverside Botanic Gardens
Jurupa Mountains Discovery Center
10 Best Hikes Around Southern California You Gotta Try!
From San Diego to the Sierra Mountains, Southern California has some incredible hiking trails! Desert hikes in Joshua Tree National Park, the Hollywood Sign in LA, to waterfalls in Yosemite National Park, I don't think I'll ever get tired of exploring this incredible state!
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5 Best Hidden Swimming Holes of Southern California
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Golden Village Palms RV Resort Review - Hemet, CA
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Lake Elsinore, Riverside County, Southern California, United States, San Jacinto Peak,
City of Lake Elsinore
View of Lake Elsinore
View of Lake Elsinore
Official logo of City of Lake Elsinore
Motto(s): Dream Extreme
Location of Lake Elsinore in Riverside County, California
Location of Lake Elsinore in Riverside County, California
City of Lake Elsinore is located in the USCity of Lake ElsinoreCity of Lake Elsinore
Location in the United States
Coordinates: 33°40′53″N 117°20′43″WCoordinates: 33°40′53″N 117°20′43″W
Country United States
Incorporated April 9, 1888
• Mayor Robert Bob Magee
• Treasurer Allen P. Baldwin
• Total 43.44 sq mi (112.50 km2)
• Land 38.02 sq mi (98.47 km2)
• Water 5.42 sq mi (14.03 km2) 13.14%
Elevation 1,296 ft (395 m)
• Total 51,821
• Estimate (2016) 64,205
• Density 1,688.72/sq mi (652.02/km2)
Time zone PST (UTC−8)
• Summer (DST) PDT (UTC−7)
ZIP codes 92530–92532
Area code 951
FIPS code 06-39486
GNIS feature IDs 1652704, 2411601
Lake Elsinore is a city in western Riverside County, California, United States. Established as a city in 1888, it is on the shore of Lake Elsinore, a natural freshwater lake about 3,000 acres (1,200 ha) in size. The city has grown from a small resort town in the late 19th century and early 20th century to a population of well above 60,000 as of 2016.travel,
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 41.7 sq mi (108.0 km2) of which 36.2 sq mi (93.8 km2) of it is land and 5.5 sq mi (14.2 km2), or 13.14%, is covered by water.
Lake Elsinore, originally Laguna Grande, is the largest natural freshwater lake in Southern California and is situated at the lowest point within the 750-square-mile (1,900 km2) San Jacinto River watershed at the terminus of the San Jacinto River, where its headwaters are found on the western slopes of San Jacinto Peak with its North Fork, and Lake Hemet with its South Fork. Lake levels are healthy at 1,244 feet (379 m) above sea level with a volume of 30,000 acre⋅ft (37 Gl) that often fluctuate, although much has been done recently to prevent the lake from drying up, flooding, or becoming stagnant. At 1,255 feet (383 m), the lake would spill into the outflow channel on its northeastern shore, known properly as Temescal Wash, flowing northwest along I-15, which feeds Temescal Creek, which dumps into the Santa Ana River just northwest of the City of Corona. It then flows to Orange County, out to the Pacific Ocean just south of Huntington State Beach.
Lake Elsinore is bordered by the Elsinore Mountains to the west, which are a part of the larger Santa Ana Mountain Range, and receive a few inches of snowfall a few days each year. Included in the Santa Ana Mountains is the Cleveland National Forest and the community of El Cariso. Lake Elsinore is northwest of Wildomar and the northern portion is part of the Temescal Canyon. To the east of the lake are the much older and more eroded slopes of the Temescal Mountains.
Lake Elsinore is a city which encompasses a large geographical area. To better distinguish the wide range of neighborhoods, the city is organized into 11 districts. Each district beholds its own unique geography, culture, age, and history which together make Lake Elsinore a very diverse and culturally rich city. They are the Alberhill, Ballpark, Business, Country Club Heights, East Lake, Historic, Lake Edge, Lake Elsinore Hills, Lake View, North Peak, and Riverview Districts.tourism,
Birds on Lake Elsinore, 2007
Lake Elsinore Hills
The Lake Elsinore Hills District encompasses a large and varied terrain including broad plains, rolling hills, bronie zones, steep slopes, sensitive habitats, and watercourses, with elevations ranging from 1,300 to 2,170 feet (400 to 660 m) above the sea level. Many areas of the Lake Elsinore Hills District are not readily accessible or able to be developed, so have remained vacant. Two large bodies of water located within close proximity of the Lake Elsinore Hills District are the City's lake to the southwest and Canyon Lake to the east, which is located within the city of Canyon Lake. Some of the higher elevations offer beautiful panoramic views of the City's lake and the Santa Ana Mountains. The neighborhoods in this district include Tuscany Hills, Canyon Hills, and Rosetta Canyon.hotels,
452-Sage CA, Little Known Ghost Town in the Inland Empire
Sage, CA is a small sparsely populated rural suburb of Hemet. While not technically a ghost town, it does have elements of abandonment and ghost town like features. The most prominent historic ruin, is that of a late 1800’s, early 1900’s adobe structure.
The story behind the old adobe appears to be lost to history. The adobe is now protected by a barbed wire fence.
Next to the adobe building were at least two wooden buildings that stood along-side the structure. There is speculation that this may have been a stage stop during the 1849 California Gold Rush and route from Winchester, San Jacinto and Hemet to Warner Springs and onto San Diego or Yuma Az.
Ranchers from Auld to the west, would pass through Sage when the Rawson grade was impassable due to the rains.
South of the adobe ruin lies a large open field. A closer look will reveal a large number of concrete foundations, stone walls, a well, and collapsed buildings.
There is no factual details surrounding these ruins. Walking through the rubble brings to mind a small one time thriving business district.
A turn of the 19th century newspaper article reported, “Sage was said to be advancing with rumors of a store and blacksmith shop coming in the near future”.
By the looks of Sage today, this little town is but a nearly lost memory, of the distance past.
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Idyllwild, Pine Cove, and Fern Valley are three adjacent unincorporated communities, of which Idyllwild is the largest, located in the San Jacinto Mountains in Riverside County, California, United States. The Idyllwild community also generally includes the hamlets of Mountain Center and Garner Valley, though individual residents embrace this association to varying degrees. Mile-high Idyllwild is a popular southern California mountain resort about one mile (1.6 km) in altitude. Idyllwild is flanked by two large and one smaller rock formation, Tahquitz Peak (with nearby Lily Rock) and Suicide Rock, which are famous in Southern California rock climbing circles, and Mt Atlas. One of Idyllwild's attractions is that it offers all four seasons, yet in winter is only an hour's drive down to the desert on the Pines to Palms Scenic Byway. It currently offers no skiing; thus the Hill has been minimally developed over the years and remains a center for hiking, mountain and rock climbing, mountain biking, and horseback riding.
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Hanging Out at Dana Point Beach California | With my Drone
Dana Point Beach. This my closest and one of my favorite beaches to go to in Southern California. It takes me about an hour and a half to get there from the Hemet area where I stay. Filmed on a Canon XC10 and a DJI Phantom 4 drone.