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California, U.S.A.
Welcome to Murrieta, California.
This city of around 103,500 people is located in southwestern Riverside County, bordered by Temecula to the south and Menifee and Wildomar to the north. Murrieta has grown rapidly over the past decade; between 2000 and 2010, the population increased with 133,7%. Murrieta is predominately residential in character and characterized as a commuter town; many residents travel to jobs in San Diego County, Orange County, Los Angeles County, Temecula and Camp Pendleton. Murrieta hasn't always been heavily populated, and it took a long time before the area turned into some sort of community. What began as a small sheep-raising business on one of the Mexican land grants, started to flourish as a small town at the arrival of the railroad depot in 1882. By 1890, around 800 people lived in Murrieta. In modern day, most of the old depot site is home to the Bible College and Conference Center, which is owned by Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa. The focal point of the city is the Town Square, which is home to the Murrieta Police Department, Murrieta Public Library, City Hall and a senior center. The Town Square has recently received a new addition, the Veterans Memorial. The memorial features an honor garden, a memorial obelisk and a World War II memorial wall. For a bit of outdoor leisure time, head to one of the three golf courses in Murrieta. The Bear Creek Golf & Country Club is situated within the upscale gated residential community of Bear Creek, and features an 18-hole course at which Presidents Ronald Reagan and Gerald Ford have Played. The Colony, a retirement community, is home to the California Oaks Golf Course and offers a public 18-hole course, and the SCGA Golf Course offers further challenges on the east side of the city. Athletic youth can find plenty of programs in Murrieta, which offers extra-curricular sports options like football, basketball, soccer and cheerleading. The Southern California Golf Schools even feature a Junior Golfer's Player's Club. A place to go with family is the Mulligan Family Fun Center, where visitors can try their luck at miniature golf or arcade, and engage in go-kart racing and laser tag. When you're up for some car culture, attend the Rod Run, an event that showcases hundreds of classical cars. When you're done perusing the many beautiful automobiles and ready for a few laughs, stop by one of Murrieta's most recent additions; the Aces comedy club.
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