Just a second...
Delete this Post?

By deleting this post, you will permanetly lose the data. You also have the option to edit rather rhan delete.

Just a second...
The place was deleted successfully. Failed to delete, please try again.
Delete photo?

Are you sure you want to delete this photo?

Just a second...
California, U.S.A.
Welcome to Escondido, California.
Set in the San Diego County's North County region, Escondido is located approximately 30 miles northeast of Downtown San Diego. The city is home to around 144,000 residents and occupies a shallow valley ringed by rocky hills. Escondido was incorporated in 1888, which makes it one of the oldest cities in San Diego County. The name Escondido means hidden in Spanish, and sources claim that the name originally referred to agua escondida or hidden water. For a long time, Escondido was mainly an agricultural community growing muscat grapes and later avocados, but since the 1970s, Escondido has lost most of its agricultural land to housing developments. Today, Escondido is growing at a rapid rate with new residential constructions in communities like Hidden Trails, Hidden Meadows, Jesmond Dene and Felicita Park. Escondido is home to an increasingly vibrant downtown area, with new restaurants, cafes and galleries opening throughout. Every Friday night April through September, the Cruisin' Grand is held for car enthusiast. With both new and old cars, the event features everything from antique fire trucks to sprint cars, as well as a live DJ, bands and even a hula-hoop contest for children. Grand Avenue is filled with art galleries that fine art connoisseurs can peruse, and the California Center for the Arts features two theaters a visual arts museum, an educational complex and a conference center. Kids may want to check out the Escondido Children's Museum, while history buffs can explore the exhibits at Escondido History Center; both located in Grape Day Park. Residents in Escondido have access to lots of public open space with three lakes and fifteen parks. The lakes allow boating and fishing and include Dixon Lake, Lake Wohlford and Lake Hodges. Parks include the 3,058-acre Daley Park conservation area, the small El Norte Park, and the Grape Day Park.
Are you an agent?