The residents of The Promontory can access services, dining, and major shopping such as Murrieta Plaza, Rancho Temecula Town Center in less than 15 minutes. This prime location is also close to Murrieta Hot Springs, the Lake Skinner Recreation Area, and Temecula Wineries.
The city is a tourist destination, with Old Town Temecula, the Temecula Valley Polo Club, its championship golf course, and just south of Temecula, the Pechanga Tribe of American Indians operates the Pechanga Resort and Entertainment Center where visitors can enjoy gaming, boxing, or concerts.
Visitors and residents alike enjoy the Old Town Parade, car shows, Western Days, taking a jaunt in horse-drawn carriages, strolling the Old Town district filled with historic buildings and over 640 antique dealers, unique shopping, and restaurants, exploring the farmer’s market, touring the Temecula Valley Museum to discover the city’s historical treasures, enjoying the wacky inventor Professor Phineas Pennypickle’s home workshop at the Imagination Workshop Children’s Museum or experiencing an evening out at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater.
Great weather and fresh air also encourages hikes on the Santa Rosa Plateau Wildlife Preserve, or delight in a day of boating and fishing at Lake Skinner, the site of the annual Balloon and Wine Festival, or nearby Diamond Valley Lake.