Escondido is settled in a long valley of coastal mountains of Southern California. Escondido means “hidden” in Spanish and lies about 18 miles inland. Surrounded by avocado and citrus groves, Escondido is a diverse community that has both small town friendliness and big-city buzz. There are attractive homes in a wide range of prices, two lakes, several parks, a sports center, golf courses, restaurants, wineries, shopping centers, and the nearby San Diego Zoo Safari Park.
Escondido generally has warmer summers and cooler winters than the coast due to the city’s location. Temperatures vary from an average of 56 degrees in December to an average of 76 degrees in August, with an average rainfall of 15.2 inches and 263 sunny days per year. Escondido’s climate is mild enough to allow cultivation of avocados, grapes, and oranges.
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