A haven for the artistic types, Fallbrook, California, is known as a friendly village with a lot to offer. Explore the wild, Wild West at the Rawhide Ranch Camp, see avocados galore at the Fullbrook Avocado Festival, watch flowers bloom at Myrtle Cre... see more »
A haven for the artistic types, Fallbrook, California, is known as a friendly village with a lot to offer. Explore the wild, Wild West at the Rawhide Ranch Camp, see avocados galore at the Fullbrook Avocado Festival, watch flowers bloom at Myrtle Creek Botanical Gardens and Nursery, and grab your binoculars for the Los Jilgueros Preserve. Take a look at our online camp directory for Fallbrook, to find the perfect for your child.
Is your child interested in an adventurous summer out in the old’ west? The Rawhide Ranch Camp offers endless fun to keep them entertained all summer long. Let your child choose from a wide variety of outdoor activities such as western horse riding lessons, riflery, roping, archery and much more! Weekly camp themes like taking a journey through the Jurassic times, digging for treasure with the pirates, and more classic games like tug of war and color the flag. Any child would be sure to come home asking to go right back next summer! Check out all of their camp offerings by clicking here.
Eat your weight in avocados at the Fullbrook Avocado Festival, which pays homage to this delicious fruit with fun events like guacamole contests and a best dressed avocado competition. Take your children to view avocado-inspired art made and displayed by the community for all to see. Enjoy live music as you dance with the kids, and of course, buy some fresh avocados from the local street vendors.
Smell the sweet flowers at Myrtle Creek Botanical Gardens and Nursery. Explore acres of gardens and oak tree forests for a unique time with your children. Cafe Bloom, next to a red barn and pond, is a nice place to relax and get a bite of organic, farm-to-table food, like fresh sandwiches and berry pie. The butterfly gardens and the wild bird sanctuary are a lively place for the kids to explore as well.
Loop through the winding paths of the wetlands in the Los Jilgueros Preserve and be on the lookout for some of the native bird species that reside here, like the American Kestrel. These forests and groves are perfect for first time bird watchers or children that want to go for a short bike ride. The two miles of trails, suitable for hikers of all ages, feature a lot of unique wildlife in the rainy season. Spring time is the perfect season to witness the gorgeous wildflowers blooming with color.
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