Welcome to Hemet

WHY HEMET?

THE WEATHER

Located in Southern California, Hemet and the surrounding areas get, on average, 271 sunny days per year. Source: Sperling’s Best Places.  It gets warm in the summer months, but you’ll most likely never have to worry about driving in the snow or shoveling your driveway (and you’re less than an hour from the beach).

LOCATION

Southern California.  Need we say more?

 

There are endless activities in proximity to the City of Hemet, from surfing to snowboarding, the San Diego Zoo to Disneyland.  We are in close proximity to:

 

San Diego – 88 miles

Los Angeles – 86 miles

Palm Springs – 42 miles

Big Bear – 71 miles

Joshua Tree National Park – 67 miles

And so much more!

ACTIVITIES

 

The closer, neighboring cities of Temecula, Murrieta and Menifee offer a wide variety of activities, many of which are family friendly, as well as countless restaurants, shopping, and a vibrant night-life.  Temecula is also known as Southern California Wine Country and is currently home to 36 wineries, many award winning, with more currently being established.

 

Temecula is also home to Pechanga, the largest casino in the Western United States.  Pechanga is nestled in Temecula’s picturesque Southern California Wine Country and offers the ultimate destination setting as the winner of AAA’s Four Diamond award six years running. Guests are treated to 1,090 luxurious guest rooms and suites and 13 exceptional restaurants amid 24-hours of gaming excitement.

OUTDOORS

 

There are 97 miles of bike lanes and 22 miles of trails in nearby Temecula (Source: https://temeculaca.gov/hikebiketemecula).  Running, hiking and camping are other activities are enjoyed by locals and visitors alike, as well as snow skiing, surging, horseback riding, hot air ballooning, and golfing all within driving distance.

 

A particularly popular local outdoor destination is the Santa Rose Plateau which offers 9,000 acres of Ecological Reserve with over 40 miles of trail systems. (Source: https://www.rivcoparks.org/santa-rosa-plateau-ecological-reserve/)