Hello everyone! This is a friendly reminder that any of these fun places we may visit, we are a guest at. Please treat both businesses and trails with the utmost respect. We here at Hidden San Diego follow the 'Leave no Trace' mantra, meaning whatever you bring with you comes back with you. If you see trash on a trail, please do your part to help remove it. Remember, we are not picking up trash from another person but instead cleaning up for Mother Nature. Happy adventures!
Warner Springs, CA 92086
Hikes: There are many hiking trails in Warner Springs Level: Each hike varies in level of difficulty
Dog-Friendly: Yes Kid-Friendly: Yes
Warner Springs is a small unincorporated community in northern San Diego County, California. It is associated with two National Historic Landmarks, the Oak Grove Butterfield Stage Station and Warner's Ranch, both connected to the Butterfield Overland Mail stagecoach line. It is also near the Palomar Observatory
and Warner Springs Ranch. It is also a popular area for Gliding due to the topography of the area.
Juan Jose Warner received the 26,689-acre Rancho San Jose del Valle Mexican land grant in 1844, and renamed the area Warner Springs. He established a trading post that served travellers between New Mexico and Los Angeles.
Visit the St. Francis of Assisi Chapel:
Rent an Air bnb and enjoy yourself!
We saw some wild dogs out here:
Hike to the majestic Eagle Rock!
Visit the historic Warner-Carrillo Ranch House which used to be a stagecoach stop for the Butterfield Stage line!
Warner-Carrillo Ranch House where John Warner lived
Then take the drive up Indian Flats Campground to get one of the best views around! It gets colddddd in the wintertime so bundle up if you go during this time!
If you get a cabin you get to enjoy all the magic of the night!
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