- Our list of the best things to do in Spring Valley, California, features the top 308 nearby activities — including 136 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Spring Valley, CA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Food & Drink, Entertainment & Shows, and Sports & Fitness.
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San Diego Distillery 2766 Via Orange Way, Ste H, at Austin Dr, Spring Valley, CA MoreLess Info
Independent distillery invites guests to learn about the “Grain to Glass” concept that guides each of its craft-beer-inspired whiskeys
Offering equestrian services, Bright Valley Farms provides visitors with riding lessons in both the traditional English and Western styles of horseback riding. The farm offers birthday party packages that include a group horseback ride.
Located in a private community, Hartfield Park offers many amenities. Along with a clubhouse for social events and gatherings, the park is equipped with basketball courts, an outdoor pool, tennis courts and playground.
Outback Adventures is a shuttle service company that provides bus transportation for Baja area bike rides. The company focuses on the Rosarito Ensenada Fun Bike Ride, for which it has been providing transportation since 1980.
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10463 Austin Drive, Spring Valley, CA 91978 MoreLess Info
Showcasing the history of Japanese Americans in the region, Japanese American Historical Society provides historical information with regular exhibits to the public. The society hosts community events such as swing nights, lectures, and craft classes.
Located in the oldest adobe in the county, Bancroft Ranch House Museum has visiting hours where visitors can tour the structure. The house is preserved and managed by the Spring Valley Historical Society.
Spring Valley Gymnasium is a 15,860 sq ft facility capable of hosting large tournaments, leagues, rentals or open play for basketball, volleyball, and indoor soccer. They offer league play for both adults and children.