Welcome to Inland SD
Everything core to the culture of San Diego remains intact as we experience the inland communities that lay north and east of downtown. These dynamic neighborhoods widen your options and bring the amenities to you.
As the “Jewel of the Hills,” La Mesa maintains a quaint and sophisticated image. True to its history but modern with its times, La Mesa’s downtown is called “The Village,” and hosts seasonal festivals, including Oktoberfest and Christmas in the Village. Charming spots like Centifonti’s, a restaurant-bar that serves a blend of American and Italian dishes, gives “The Village” a charisma you can’t help but embrace. The Walkway of the Stars is a popular pedestrian area that’s been shaped into an urban park.
Become surrounded by mountains in the valley of El Cajon, a district known for its mountain views and hiking trails. Close by is Crestridge Ecological Reserve Trail, a 1.6-mile loop that welcomes hikers of all skill levels and acts as an ideal place for wildlife sightings.The hilly and upscale neighborhood of Del Cerro holds an annual block party with food, amusement, and family activities. The dog-friendly parks in Allied Gardens provide a casual way to meet your neighbors. San Carlos offers hiking trails via Mission Trails Regional Park, and Santee is home to a recreational rock-climbing venue.
These neighborhoods keep your property options abundant—your choices will include a single, split, or tri-level property; a gated or non-gated community; and Spanish, Colonial, or Art Deco architecture.
Interstates 8 and 15 make everything San Diego has to offer—from the ocean, beaches, events, and job opportunities—close by.