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10 Off-Leash Dog Parks in Temecula, CA You Can Visit in 2024

Temecula is one of the most dog-friendly cities in America. And it’s no wonder that it has one of the highest numbers of dog owners per capita.Consequently, the city boasts some of the best dog-friendly destinations. Among these are off-leash dog parks.Choosing the best off-leash dog park in Temecula can be confusing, with many available options in and near the city. Luckily, we investigated and compiled this comprehensive list on your behalf.You don’t need to look hard to find a fenced-in area where your dog...

Temecula is one of the most dog-friendly cities in America. And it’s no wonder that it has one of the highest numbers of dog owners per capita.

Consequently, the city boasts some of the best dog-friendly destinations. Among these are off-leash dog parks.

Choosing the best off-leash dog park in Temecula can be confusing, with many available options in and near the city. Luckily, we investigated and compiled this comprehensive list on your behalf.

You don’t need to look hard to find a fenced-in area where your dog can enjoy running around any longer. Read on to find an off-leash dog park in Temecula and the surrounding areas that suits your fancy.

The 10 Off-Leash Dog Parks in Temecula, CA

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We hope you have identified a few dog parks you would love to visit in Temecula. Our list is in no way exhaustive. But, as you may have noticed, there is no shortage of fun activities you and your pup can enjoy in these parks.

Apart from dog parks, Temecula has a lot more in store for your pet. There are pet-friendly restaurants and bars, dog walkers, groomers, vets, and boarding services. At least 24 wineries also allow dog companions.

But before you get on the road, remember to pack all the necessary supplies you might need during the trip. Also, keep an eye on your pup lest it gets into trouble, and don’t forget to clean up after it.

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Minutemen add Temecula, CA WR Zak Simon to 2017 recruiting class

On Saturday afternoon the Massachusetts Minutemen used one of their available scholarship spots on a late-qualifying 2017 wide receiver, Temecula, CA/Temecula Valley's Zak Simon: Time to take off #umassnation pic.twitter.com/XrqpF...

On Saturday afternoon the Massachusetts Minutemen used one of their available scholarship spots on a late-qualifying 2017 wide receiver, Temecula, CA/Temecula Valley's Zak Simon:

Time to take off #umassnation pic.twitter.com/XrqpFAMZJa

— zak (@zak_simon4) June 17, 2017

Simon, a 3-star wideout per the 247Sports Composite, held FBS offers from San Diego State, Wyoming, and Idaho, but he appeared headed the JUCO route with the Saddleback College Gauchos (Mission Viejo, CA) before ending up cross-country with the Minutemen.

Simon was kind enough to speak with Fight Massachusetts on the heels of his decision to commit to UMass.

"With me being a late qualifier, I got on UMass' radar earlier this month," Simon said. "It started with graduate assistant Matt Schell reaching out to me after he saw my film; he said that they had been looking for a receiver. From there [wide receivers] Coach Spencer Whipple took over with setting me up for a visit. What really drew me to UMass was the atmosphere surrounding the program and the school itself. It says a lot when you have multiple members on staff who have come back to work under [Head Coach Mark Whipple].

Simon had previously decided in April to attend Saddleback College, a junior college in California, as at the time he was not qualified academically for a four-year school. He kept working in the classroom however, and managed to successfully complete the necessary coursework in order to be eligible at the FBS level.

"For me it wasn't a problem of getting looked at, I had many schools come out to my school to see me after I had announced my decision to go to Saddleback," Simon said. "It simply was me having to take care of business in the classroom and finish strong. It depended on me getting the right grades in my last semester of senior year and coaches were unsure. For the UMass staff to believe in me and give me an opportunity is just a great feeling."

Simon took an official visit to UMass on the days prior to his commitment, and he came away extremely impressed with the school and the football program.

"Well obviously the athletics stood out to me, with us being a young, talented group there are many older guys that have played this schedule that I can learn from," Simon said. "The academics blew me away. Just from touring around campus and seeing all the prestigious buildings and their history of having strong academics, it just ensures that the degree I can obtain at UMass is something I would be proud to carry for the rest of my life."

Simon is rated as a 3-star wide receiver in the 247Sports Composite, and is among the higher-rated recruits that UMass has landed since the move up. He's a very versatile athlete, having played wide receiver, running back, and at times quarterback in high school. He was recruited to play his primary position wide receiver for the Minutemen.

"I get separation off of routes and am able to make the hard catches look easy," Simon said. "[UMass is] going to get a player who is unselfish and will make those blocks down the field. I simply try to make plays happen that seem like a loss actually go for a short gain, not only for myself but for my teammates. The staff really likes how versatile I am."

Simon told us he will come in ready to compete from day one, and the chance to potentially see the field early, in the end, is up to him.

"The chance of me getting time is up to my development," Simon said "We have a very talented receiver core, so with a good group of guys surrounding me I can pick things up fast and I'm just excited to learn and step my game up."

Simon is the fourth Los Angeles-area native to commit to the Minutemen in the 2017 class, joining Jacoby Herring, Xavier Steele, and Jaylen Larry. He told us it was exciting to know there would be other native Californians coming in with him, and that he was looking forward to experiencing some new things that were different from SoCal.

Simon is certainly a talented player to bring in for late June, though the argument could be made that UMass has more pressing needs at other positions as far as 2017 additions are concerned. The fact remains however that you always want to have the most talent you can in the program, and Simon is a significant addition in that regard. He joins and adds to a wide receiver group that is young but gaining in capability every year. It may be harder than in years past for freshmen to see time early at the wide receiver position, but Simon is ready to challenge right away.

Our sources indicate that he should be enrolling at UMass in July for the second session of summer classes.

Governor Newsom Announces Contract to Secure Textbooks for Students in Temecula

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: California is entering into a contract to secure textbooks for students in Temecula following the local school board’s failure to provide adequate instructional materials.SACRAMENTO – Following the Temecula Valley Unified School District’s failure to adopt an updated social studies curriculum, today Governor Gavin Newsom announced the state is entering into a contract to secure textbooks to ensure students in the district begin the school year with access to up-to-date books an...

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: California is entering into a contract to secure textbooks for students in Temecula following the local school board’s failure to provide adequate instructional materials.

SACRAMENTO – Following the Temecula Valley Unified School District’s failure to adopt an updated social studies curriculum, today Governor Gavin Newsom announced the state is entering into a contract to secure textbooks to ensure students in the district begin the school year with access to up-to-date books and materials that comply with state law. Elementary students in Temecula are slated to begin the school year on August 14, 2023, without proper instructional materials – in violation of state law – because of the school board’s 3-2 majority’s repeated decision to reject an updated curriculum.

“The three political activists on the school board have yet again proven they are more interested in breaking the law than doing their jobs of educating students — so the state will do their job for them,” said Governor Newsom. “California will ensure students in Temecula begin the school year with access to materials reviewed by parents and recommended by teachers across the district. After we deliver the textbooks into the hands of students and their parents, the state will deliver the bill — along with a $1.5 million fine — to the school board for its decision to willfully violate the law, subvert the will of parents, and force children to use an out-of-print textbook from 17 years ago.”

Due to the board majority’s inaction, students in the district are forced to use a textbook published in 2006. According to the district’s own documents published online, the district is out of compliance with at least three separate state laws and frameworks with its current curriculum. Last week, the Governor and state leaders demanded the school district follow the law and adopt an updated curriculum. Yesterday, July 18, 2023, the school board again voted by a 3-2 majority to reject the adoption of a new social studies curriculum that was recommended by teachers representing every elementary school in the district and reviewed by parents and community members.

The textbook the state is securing on behalf of the school district is part of one of the four standard programs approved by the state and is routinely and widely used across hundreds of school districts in California. During the last academic year, the curriculum was piloted by nearly 1,300 families in Temecula classrooms and was recommended by teachers representing every elementary school in the district and overwhelmingly supported by parents and community members. Materials were available for public and parent review for months. According to the school district, during the community feedback period, 98.8% of parents, educators, and community members expressed being supportive or impartial to the adoption.

The Governor is working with the Legislature and Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond to enact legislation to impose fines on any school district that fails to provide adequate instructional materials. California provides instruction and support services to roughly 5.9 million students in grades transitional kindergarten through twelve in more than 1,000 districts and over 10,000 schools throughout the state. Under Governor Newsom’s leadership, education funding is at a record high in California, totaling $129.2 billion in the 2023-24 budget.

13 Cool Things To Do In Temecula

Temecula oozes with opportunities for thrilling adventures. Located north of San Diego, this beautiful tourist destination is known for its great resorts, golf courses, wineries, and incredible panoramas. But that’s just the beginning. Adventurers, art lovers, shopaholics, history buffs, and people of any an...

Temecula oozes with opportunities for thrilling adventures. Located north of San Diego, this beautiful tourist destination is known for its great resorts, golf courses, wineries, and incredible panoramas. But that’s just the beginning. Adventurers, art lovers, shopaholics, history buffs, and people of any and every interest can build an itinerary of things to do in Temecula for the perfect weekend getaway.

1. Wander Through Old Town Temecula

Old Town Temecula is the heart and soul of the city. Offering a large collection of cool boutiques, specialty food purveyors, antique dealers, souvenir stores, and various independent restaurants, this is a great destination to explore with your family. Start off your trip by checking out all the things to do in Old Town Temecula and you’re destined to have a great time.

2. Pet Alpacas at a Local Farm

If you’re traveling with children, pay a visit to The Alpaca Hacienda. One of the best places to go in Temecula for family-friendly fun, this awesome farm will let you get up close with alpacas and learn all the interesting facts there is to know about them.

3. Head to the Temecula Farmers Market

The Old Town Temecula Farmers Market held on Sixth Street every Saturday morning is one of the most popular weekend events in the valley. Visit this awesome Temecula attraction to check out stalls set up by more than 40 California-certified farmers, florists, artists, and craftspeople.

4. Plan a Day to Go Strawberry or Pumpkin Picking

Depending on when you’re visiting Temecula, you’ll be able to check out U-pick farms in the area that the kids will love to explore. Strawberries in spring and pumpkins patches in fall, visiting these abundant farms are some of the best things to do in Temecula with your family.

5. Show off your Line Dancing skills at the Temecula Stampede

Visiting the city with your friends? Head over to the Temecula Stampede. The West Coast’s biggest country music venue offers live performances, line dancing, mechanical bull rides, karaoke, and other fun activities that make visiting it one of the most fun things to do in Temecula.

6. Camp at Temecula’s Vail Lake

Vail Lake is a popular Temecula attraction known for fishing, mountain biking, hiking, and camping. If you’re spending the night in Temecula, do consider booking a tent or an RV by the lake for an unforgettable stay.

7. See the Valley from a Hot Air Balloon

Fun fact: Temecula is one of the best places in California to go hot air ballooning. There’s even a hot air balloon festival that happens here every May. Book a ride, get a bird’s eye view of the valleys, and snap some super cute pictures for a quintessential thing to do in Temecula with your besties.

8. Hike the Beautiful Dripping Springs Trailhead

Couples who like spending time in nature will love hiking the beautiful Dripping Springs Trailhead. A challenging trek with incredible views of Vail lake, Temecula Valley, and the open countryside, this hike is one of the best activities in Temecula to bond al fresco.

9. Lounge Poolside at the BOTTAIA Pool Club

Is your ideal romantic couples’ vacation more leisurely than adventurous? Reserve an Italian-style cabin at the pool cub at BOTTAIA. Perfectly luxurious and relaxing, this is one of the best things to do in Temecula if you're willing to indulge in the dolce vita lifestyle.

10. Listen to an Incredible Performance by the Temecula Valley Symphony

The Temecula Valley Symphony comprises a talented group of musicians that regularly put on incredible performances. Learn about upcoming performances on their website, purchase tickets for two, and spend an evening enjoying a very romantic Temecula thing to do.

11. Explore the Temecula Valley on horseback

If you’re heading out to Temecula alone, have a friendly animal join you on a day of leisurely exploration. Wine Country Trails by Horseback offers unforgettable 90-minute guided tours through the beautiful valleys of Temecula. Docile horses, rolling hills, great company, and incredible views—what could be better than this thing to do in Temecula?

12. Treat Yourself to a Spa Day at Pechanga

Pechanga is a mega hotel in Temecula rivaling some of the best in the world. This popular Temecula attraction also happens to host one of the best spa resorts in California on its premises. Treat yourself right on your solo escapade and book a healing and relaxing experience.

13. Uncover the history of the city at the Temecula Valley Museum

Visiting the Temecula Valley Museum to learn about the history of the area—it’s a must-try activity on any list of things to do in Temecula. Check out old photographs, equipment, and artifacts, and learn about the Luiseno Indian era, the Mission San Luis Rey period, the establishment of the ranches, and more.

How Much Rain Did Temecula Get: Rainfall Totals For Jan. 2024 Storm

TEMECULA, CA — Dry weather moved into Southern California Tuesday after a series of storms drenched the area and created slippery conditions on freeways. Some parts of the Inland Empire received more than an inch of rain Monday during the first significant storms of 2024.While San Diego County was hammered with rainfall totals in some areas topping 5.25 inches, Riverside County and San Bernardino County also saw a fair share of rain due to the storm.As of Tuesday morning, the National Weather Service released the four-day...

TEMECULA, CA — Dry weather moved into Southern California Tuesday after a series of storms drenched the area and created slippery conditions on freeways. Some parts of the Inland Empire received more than an inch of rain Monday during the first significant storms of 2024.

While San Diego County was hammered with rainfall totals in some areas topping 5.25 inches, Riverside County and San Bernardino County also saw a fair share of rain due to the storm.

As of Tuesday morning, the National Weather Service released the four-day rain totals for the area in a new report. Several troughs of low pressure swept across the region over a roughly three-day period, producing rain and thunderstorms, the National Weather Service said. Those totals varied across the Inland Empire, according to the NWS report.

In Murrieta and Temecula, the National Weather Service recorded approximately 2.13 to 2.17 inches of rain.

Nearby Lake Elsinore recorded approximately 1.77 inches of rain.

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To the north, Beaumont saw approximately 1.66 inches of rain due to the recent storm series, while Cabazon reported approximately 1.18 inches.

In the mountains, Pine Cove Dutch Flat saw nearly 3 inches of rain in the storm, while Poppet Flat and Pine Cove Rocky POint saw between 2.33 and 2.42 inches. Lytle Creek saw 3 inches of rain during the storm, and the Oak Glen area reported just under 2 inches of rain.

See the complete Monday rainfall totals for the Inland Empire here.

"While intermittent rounds of showers look likely through much of the weekend, there appear to be two favored time frames for heavier and more widespread shower activity ... Monday," according to the NWS. "Preliminary rainfall totals through the duration of this event look to be a broad swath of 1 to 2 inches across the coasts and inland valleys, 2 to 4 inches across the mountains and roughly .25 to 1 inch across the deserts."

Forecasters said any major snowfall will be above 7,000 feet during most of the storm series although temperatures may come down enough "for snow to fall down to as low as 5,500 to 6,000 feet, though any accumulations would be very light and confined to grassy surfaces."

Highways through the San Bernardino National Forest, including state Route 243 through Idyllwild-Pine-Cove, remained passable.

The weather started to clear Monday night, followed by mostly sunny and drier conditions going into midweek.

In the Riverside metropolitan area, the highs will generally hold in the low 60s for the weekend, with overnight lows in the low 50s.

In the Coachella Valley, the daytime high will creep toward 70 on Sunday, and lows will be in the low 50s, while in the Temecula Valley, the temperature band will be virtually identical to Riverside metro.

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