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Chandelier Springs

Valley Center, California

Signature campsite with year round stream and waterfalls. Hiking on site shaded with Sycamore, Oak, Cottonwood, and Willow trees.

Remote and picturesque campsite surrounded by Manzanita, Sage, and Live Oak trees. Hiking on property includes trails through a year round stream with waterfalls. World class biking opportunities. Pacific Ocean 30 minute drive. Wine country 30 minute drive. Downtown Los Angeles 1 hour drive. Downtown San Diego 1 hour drive. Palomar Mountain 30 minute drive. Groceries and restaurants 15 minute drive. 5 Casinos 20 minute drive. 1 eatery 20 minute hike (extra cool).


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