Fallbrook, California is a treasure of open spaces filled with trees, wildlife and agriculture in a mountainous region 30 minutes inland from the Pacific Ocean. Its rich, natural beauty and diverse San Diego history is the framework of small town charm that has been preserved by its residents and captivates every visitor. Fallbrook is an ideal year-round retreat far away from “city-life” in a great relaxing atmosphere.
Greater Fallbrook provides numerous opportunities for golfers or aspiring golfers including five full golf courses, all sanctioned by the USGA and the SCGA.
Numerous equestrian properties and businesses abound in the area. Horse enthusiasts can be seen regularly enjoying the Santa Margarita River trail, meandering through nature’s bounty.
Enjoy nature from Fallbrook Land Conservancy’s preserves, trails, and open spaces.
Los Jilgueros Preserve is a popular walking and bird-watching destination just south of town.
Fallbrook and Bonsall are renown as a rigorous training ground for serious cyclists who enjoy riding in a mild climate with oak-draped roads, winding streams, and in some cases, ocean views.
- Organized Sports
A wide variety of team and individual sports are offered in the community for youth, adults, seniors, and the disabled.
- Shopping Downtown
Downtown shops offer a wide variety of new collectibles such as Fenton glass and Lladro, estate antiques, fine jewelry, homemade items, and a potpourri of other items.
- Restaurants and Bars
After a shopping trip you may want to take time to enjoy a delectable meal at any one of Fallbrook’s delightful restaurants, many of which you will find housed in the venerable buildings of the past.
- Coffee Houses
If you just want to hang out or get coffee, you can visit one of several coffee shops around town.
- Shopping Greater Fallbrook
Many interesting Fallbrook shops, are located outside of the downtown three-block commons area.
- Fallbrook Historical Society
Museum featuring exhibits on the first people to inhabit the Fallbrook area, and early Fallbrook businesses, including the two railroads, and the development of groves and fruit production.
- Gem and Mineral Society
Exhibits and supporting collections of gems, minerals, jewelry, geology, paleontology, and the related earth sciences and lapidary arts.
- Live Oak Park
One of the most beautiful parks in the county, Live Oak Park covers 16 square miles and features a rich canopy of ancient oaks.
- Mission Theater
Originally Fallbrook's first movie house, this 1940's era, art-deco theatre on Main Street now produces live musicals and plays.
- Myrtle Creek Nursery
A stroll through the lush gardens, which visitors are encouraged to do, reveals that Myrtle Creek is much more than a place to buy plants. Trails meander past cascading fountains, blooming flowers, and eccentric garden art…all under a canopy of live oaks.