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Welcome to San Louis Rey, Oceanside.
Situated in the beach community of Oceanside, San Louis Rey is home to two most popular, historically significant North Country attractions: the Mission San Luis Rey and the Heritage Park Village and Museum. The Mission San Luis Rey was founded in 1798 and at one time it covered over 950,000 acres of land in the area. Today, the Mission functions as a religion center and museum, offering retreats, classes and tours throughout the year. Mission San Luis Rey is also home to the oldest operating cemetery in North County San Diego. The Heritage Park Village and Museum was once Oceanside's town center, and is today a popular gathering place for the community. In its park, you'll find a number of historic buildings, such as a jail, blacksmith shop, general store, stables and the Blade newspaper building. To learn more about Oceanside's rich history, visit the museum with its terrific exhibits. Aside from its historic attractions, San Louis Rey is your typical Oceanside neighborhood with a vibrant blend of shops, restaurants and residences; featuring a family-friendly community with a higher percentage of residents in the military than most cities in the U.S, which largely depends on the close proximity to Camp Pendleton. When living in San Louis Rey, you have the perk of being just minutes from Oceanside's beautiful beaches and the many inland recreational opportunities, parks, shopping centers and dining places. Convenient amenities like Albertson, Ralphs, Starbucks, Walgreens and Lowe's are situated along Mission Avenue and Old Grove Road, and residents can get most of their errands completed at the Old Grove Marketplace. With a diverse range of housing options, it's easy to find just the right place to call home. While the average rents are slightly higher than other Oceanside neighborhoods, it is still cheaper to buy a house here than in many other areas in the city.
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