Casa De Las Campanas - San Diego, CA

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Casa de las Campanas offers a senior lifestyle focused on personal fulfillment and well-being. We’ve been bringing San Diego-area seniors a rewarding lifestyle, financial security and peace of mind for more than 25 years.

City Info


San Diego is famous for idyllic beaches and sunny weather year round, allowing for an active lifestyle.

- Walkability: Rancho Bernardo has a walkability score of 27 and most errands will require a car.

- Age: The median age of the Rancho Bernardo population is 35 years. Only 12% of the San Diegans are over 65.

- Weather: The winter average is 57.2 degrees Fahrenheit and the summer average is 69.3 degrees Fahrenheit. The average yearly rainfall is 10 inches, with only 43 rainy days each year.

- Veteran's Facilities: San Diego has a Vet Center and a Healthcare System.

Transportation


The Metropolitan Transit System manages a number of public transit options available to seniors at a discounted rate.

- Trains: The Coaster commuter train services the North County, with the Solana Beach Station a short 25 minute drive from Rancho Bernardo. Amtrak also connects San Diego with Los Angeles and beyond.

- Bus: A number of bus routes service Rancho Bernardo.

- Trolley: A trolley circles downtown San Diego.

- Taxi: San Diego has more than ten taxi companies, including San Diego Taxi Company, Yellow San Diego County and San Diego Silver Cab.

- San Diego is serviced by Uber and Lyft ride share services. Seniors can find a ride by downloading these apps to their phone.

Health and Safety


San Diego is considered a safe city to live, with excellent healthcare available.

- Hospitals: Rancho Bernardo is a ten-minute drive from a number of hospitals, including Pomerado Hospital and Scripps Urgent Care Clinic.

- Crime: Rancho Bernardo has a low crime rate of 12.68 crimes per 1,000 population.

Sports and Leisure


San Diego's sunny weather offers plenty of opportunities for leisure activities for seniors to enjoy.

- Hiking: San Diego has many hiking trails. The Piedras Pintadas Trailhead is only three minutes walk from Casa de las Campanas.

- Beaches: A number of beautiful beaches are only a short, thirty-minute drive away, including Solana Beach and La Jolla Beach.

- Golf: Close to Oaks North Golf Course and only twenty minutes from Torrey Pines Golf Course.

- Tennis: Close to Rancho Bernardo Community Tennis Club

Shopping and Entertainment


San Diego offers many options for dining, entertainment and shopping, from farmers markets to first-class restaurants to the world famous San Diego Zoo.

- Dining: Districts such as Little Italy and Gaslamp offer excellent dining options.

- Museums: Explore the museums of San Diego, including the Air and Space Museum and the Museum of Photographic Arts.

- Shopping: A number of shopping districts are close, including Fashion Valley and Little Italy. Nearby farmers markets include the Rancho Bernardo Farmers Markets and Poway Farmers Market.

- Sports Teams: San Diego is home to Major League Baseball team, the San Diego Padres. College teams are also popular, especially the San Diego State Aztecs which play in the NCAA Division 1.

- Family Entertainment: San Diego Zoo and Safari Park, SeaWorld, and Legoland.

Religious Activities


Rancho Bernardo is home to a number of places of worship for different religious affiliations.

- Temple Adat Shalom and Ner Tamid Synagogue.
- Bethel Baptist Church, St Mary's Catholic Church and St Bartholomew's Episcopal Church.
- Muslim Community Center of Greater San Diego.

Customer Reviews

Can't Do Better Than This

I have friends that are there now and I visit them at least once a month for dinner. It's Hyatt regency quality. Everyone complains about everything in every facility but when you get down to it you can't do any better than Casa De Las Campanas. That's a buy in and it's not for everyone because it costs several thousand dollars just to buy in. A friend of mine who is there complains that the trees are growing too high and she can't see the lake. If that's the worst thing that happens to you then you've got it pretty well wired. She's been there 20 years.