The summer vacation and recreation season began at Lake Hemet Memorial Day weekend with an estimated 2,000 campers occupying more than 300 improved campsites including 10 new six-person cabins. The campers also enjoyed the official opening of the expanded Splashing Eagle Water Park. “We are completely booked for the weekend,” said Jeffery Richter, Lake Hemet […]
At the sixth annual Yoga 4 Hope June 4, one can look forward to a morning of gentle yoga at the scenic Galway Downs in Temecula that also raises funds for the City of Hope for cancer resources and research. The donation is $35, which covers the event from 7-10 a.m., as well as a […]
Visit Temecula Valley Special to Valley News Take advantage of Temecula Valley Southern California Wine Country’s sunny skies, breathtaking views, and rolling hills by getting outside to explore the Great Outdoors in Temecula Valley. From relaxing hikes to championship golf courses, horseback trails through wine country to cycling to a bucket-list-worthy ride in a hot […]
TEMECULA – Beginning Sunday, April 9, Falkner Winery will restart their popular “FUNday, SUNday” games and barbecue food offerings on all Sundays from noon to 3 p.m. There is no charge to play any of the games with one series designed as tournament play with a prize awarded to the winner. Initial games will include Winepong – like Beer Pong, Cornhole, a beanbag […]
The collection of shops now open at Valley Fort Village, 3757 S. Mission Road in Fallbrook, is becoming a destination for fun family outings on Sunday afternoons. When the Valley Fort Sunday Farmers Market first opened in 2014, there were just a few shops in the little buildings that surround the open-air market. Now there […]
Carol Tice and her husband Jim have been teaching those ages three to adults the art of horsemanship since 1982 at Rocking T Ranch. Caring for horses has been Carol’s passion since she was a child and now she is sharing that passion with others in the Temecula Valley. “I love to share that passion, […]
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A Pacific storm is expected to hit Riverside County today with rain and potentially damaging winds.
It’s summer, time to get out and enjoy the great outdoors. There’s no better way to do that than by visiting one of our local State Parks. Though several of these gems are just an hour or so from home, a visit transports you to another world. The State Parks System has over 280 parks […]
The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in the Inland Empire dropped again, decreasing 1 cent to $2.736.