Mt. Woodson Golf Club, the impressive 27-room, 12,000-square-foot stone mansion was completed in 1921 on the original ... More
Mt. Woodson Golf Club
Mt. Woodson Golf Club, the impressive 27-room, 12,000-square-foot stone mansion was completed in 1921 on the original 320-acre homestead of Dr. Marshall Clay Woodson. A Confederate surgeon, Woodson settled in this North County area in 1875. Begun in 1916, this combination of California Craftsman and Mission Revival architecture cost a then unheard of $50,000 to build. Unique during its time for luxuries such as hot running water, a telephone and electricity, this monolithic home now hosts weddings, receptions and private parties. It is also very famous for the golf tournaments that take place here on a large scale.
Animal lovers of all kinds will want to make the trek to this beautifully designed park and refuge for endangered
species, including a renowned display of extremely rare California Condors. Thirty two miles north of downtown San Diego, you'll ...
This little diner on Oceanside Pier combines the essence of the 1950s with an atmosphere of pure "Southern California." Patrons
walk down a wooden bridge to get to this diner, a singular building located at the end of the ...
Driving along the Pacific Coast Highway, visitors to San Diego are bound to notice a string of beaches. Be sure
to stop at this beach, found along the Encinitas coastline. This state beach offers both swimming and surfing, although ...