The senior neighborhood of Peacock Hills is popular for its climate and ocean breezes year round. Residents enjoy being close to parks, stores, restaurants, and services.
Peacock Hills was built between 1976 and 1980 in four phases. Today there are 920 condo homes that are attached by the one-car garages. There are a variety of floor plans and Home Owners Association dues are low. The backyards have fruit trees, flower trails, gardens, and plenty of storage. This community is known for its lush greenbelts, and beautiful landscaping.
This community is close to the Rancho Guajome Adobe Park and the Guajome Regional Park which has a 33-site campground with a basketball court, picnicking areas, trails, and playgrounds. There are two ponds here that hold a variety of fish and attract migratory birds. Many people come here to hold wedding ceremonies in the gazebo which overlooks the lake.
The beaches are about 15 miles to the west and the Del Mar Race Track is a 20 minute drive. Nearby attractions include Mission Bay, Old Town, and Sea World. There are many shopping centers in this region like Town Center North, The Shoppes at Carlsbad, and Mission Marketplace. Golfers also have plenty to do with venues like the Oceanside Golf Course, Emerald Isle Golf Course, and El Camino Country Club.
The beach city of Oceanside is San Diego County’s third largest. It forms a tri-city area with Vista and Carlsbad and is located south of the United States Marine Corp Base Camp Pendleton. Attractions include the Oceanside Pier, Mount Ecclesia, The California Surf Museum, and Race Across America, a 3,000 mile bicycle race. Every May, the city holds The Beach Soccer Championships which is the largest event of its kind of the west coast.
2111 Mission Avenue, Oceanside, CA 92058-2326
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