Discover Rancho Del Oro

Are you looking for a North County community that has affordable real estate, great schools, and is close to everything? Then you need to check out Rancho Del Oro. Located within Oceanside, this prestigious neighborhood is comprised of newer homes, wonderful community parks, and one of North County’s top cultural destinations – Mission San Luis Rey.

Conveniently located

Situated southeast of downtown Oceanside, Rancho Del Oro is a great place to live if you commute. Its location between Highway 76 and State Route 78 makes it easy to get to the Interstate 5 freeway. From there, San Diego is only 35 miles south, while South Orange County is 15 miles north and Los Angeles is 80 miles north. It’s bordered by Vista to the east and north Carlsbad to the south. The Mira Costa College area is also located directly to the south of Rancho Del Oro.

Home to rich cultural attractions

Did you know that Rancho Del Oro is home to the largest of the 21 California missions? Mission San Luis Rey is a cultural gem founded in 1798 and is affectionately known as the “King of the Missions.” This National Historic Landmark is now home to a community of Franciscan Friars, and it’s open to the public for tours, meetings, retreats, and more. It also features a museum that houses artifacts from different periods of its occupation.

Another wonderful cultural destination that’s within walking distance of the mission is Heritage Park Village and Museum. It features buildings that are original to downtown Oceanside including the first General Store, the Portola Inn, the Blacksmith Shop & Livery Stable, and many more. It’s available to rent for special events, and the park offers guided tours on the weekends in the summer months.

Green spaces galore

Rancho Del Oro offers a wide variety of green spaces to its residents. Because of the excellent weather year-round, these spaces provide endless opportunities for homeowners to enjoy the great outdoors. Rancho Del Oro Park features five tennis courts for those who want to practice their game. The Martin Luther King Jr. Park is home to a skate park and offers vert, street, and tyranny courses. Palisades Park is a great place to take your dog and they offer a children’s playground as well as a paved track for walking and jogging. Guajome Regional Park is also located nearby and offers hiking, camping, and fishing as well as playgrounds and a basketball court. There are also plans in the works to build a community park called El Corazon, which will include bike trails, playing fields, and an outdoor amphitheater.

Excellent schools

Students in Rancho Del Oro are served by the Oceanside Unified School District. Schools include Ivey Ranch Elementary, E.G. Garrison Elementary, Christa McAuliffe Elementary, Nichols Elementary, San Luis Rey Elementary, King Middle School, Cesar Chavez Middle School, and El Camino High School.

Contact The Clark & Gilman Team today

Would you like to learn more about Rancho Del Oro homes for sale? Then please click here or call 760-758-1211 to speak with one of our expert agents. We’d love to help you find the Rancho Del Oro home that’s just right for you!

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