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The Area

So much to do in San Jacinto

Located at the base of the San Jacinto Mountains and adjacent to the San Jacinto River, the City San Jacinto has much to offer. Founded in 1870, you’ll find that the city has an eclectic combination of the old and the new.

The quaint and revitalized Main Street showcases historical beauty with a variety of shopping and dining. Residents of our beautiful city will enjoy gorgeous California weather that makes for a wonderful day of golf, nature walks, gardening, and more.

Hemet Maze Stone – The Hemet Maze Stone is a prehistoric petroglyph and an official historical landmark. It’s an ancient mystery.

Western Science Center – The Western Science Center is a museum located near Diamond Valley Lake in Hemet, California. The WSC is home to a large collection of Native American artifacts and Ice Age fossils that were unearthed at Diamond Valley Lake, including “Max,” the largest mastodon found in the western United States, and “Xena,” a Columbian mammoth.

Soboba Springs Golf Course – This course is beautiful. Nice fairways, nice greens and they’ve added new holes and a new casino. This course is a must play – clubhouse first class. Oh! The beer is ice cold.

Canyons Steakhouse Restaurant – Steaks, wine, noodle bar, happy hour menu and full bar all await!

J&J’s Diner – Breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days of the week. Yummy!

Regal San Jacinto Metro Movies – Sit back – all you need is the popcorn.

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