- TripBuzz found 49 things to do with kids in or near Julian, California, including 32 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Borrego Springs, Ramona, Poway and Escondido.
- From Smith Ranch - Julian Train & Gold MIne to Lake Cuyamaca, the Julian area offers 98 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, Farms & Ranches, Parks and Horseback Riding.
- Julian is a historical small town located in California's San Diego County. Famous for its apple pie and downhome hospitality, it's a quaint mountain resort town located an hour east of San Diego in the beautiful Cuyamaca mountains. Julian hosts an annual Fiddle Camp and Daffodil Festival and offers extensive lodging, dining and shopping selections.
Located within the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Alcoholic Pass is a hiking trail commonly visited by nature enthusiasts. The trail spans a length of 1.7 miles out and back and has elevation changes of 675-feet in total.
An equestrian facility and show barn, Elite Show Stables offers training for both horse and rider in a competitive, focused environment. The stable offers care and coaching both under show circumstances and otherwise.
Car and racing enthusiasts may enjoy spending the day at Canyon Raceway, a go-kart park. Along with a slick track, the park provides only motor cars for racing. Consequently, the track requires some training and/or driving experience.
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San Diego Zoo Safari Park allows the visitors to observe a wide range of animals such as giraffes, rhinos and cheetahs in their natural habitat. The park organizes safari tours, educational programs and also maintains a petting zoo.
Poway Fun Bowl offers typical aged bowling alley, without high end bar, good-looking staff, hipsters, or high-end pool tables for use. But, it has cheap beer and drinks, karaoke on Friday and Saturday nights in the bar, and the hourly pool tables in the arcade for those with minors.
Nearly 8 miles in length, the Mount Woodson Trail offers views of Lake Poway, waterfalls and wildlife with access to Potato Chip Rock which provides a top-down view. The trail can be used for hiking and dog walking.
Originally founded as a recreational site in 1972, Lake Poway Park focuses mostly on water-based activities in the lake like boating and fishing. The surrounding mountain areas in the park also feature hiking trails, picnic tables, and an archery range.
The Maderas Golf Club offers an 18-hole course that boasts three lakes, five waterfalls and over forty acres of native wildflowers. Commonly used for weddings and business meetings, there is also an on site clubhouse that features a restaurant and catering services.