It has been raining in San Diego County this holiday season, however we did not have any snow fall until Christmas Day Eve on December 25th, 2019. The town of Julian, Ca got its share of son and as of writing this post, the roads are closed to Julian. The weather forecast looks like it will warm up later this week. The local authorities are pretty good about clearing the roads as well, so if you go to the mountains, check first if the roads are open and if they are requiring chains for your tires. If you want to stay longer than a day trip, check out this 1 bedroom vacation rental located at 1455 Hollow Glen Road, Julian, Ca 92036, which is close to Main Street Julian as an option for lodging. More information, availability and rates can be found at https://www.vrbo.com/913482. To view the real time 24 hour webcam of Main Street Julian and for more information about Julian Ca and its shops, restaurants and activities, visit this webpage for all the latest details: https://visitjulian.com/julian-ca-webcam/
Pictures of the Hollow Glen Julian, Ca 920361 Bed Vacation Rental. For booking go to: https://www.vrbo.com/913482
1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 4
One bedroom second story A-frame vacation rental. Features room for parking trailers/motor home & land for horses. Views of the Volcan Mountains & a seasonal pond. Within walking distance to the Historical Gold Mine town of Julian (.06 mile & 1 minute drive). Central to day trips to Cuyamaca fishing lake (9.2 miles & apprx. 15 minute drive), Borrego Springs (30 miles approximately 43 minute drive) & shopping, gold mine tours, wineries, & hiking trails. Fully furnished with separate bedroom, kitchen with refrigerator, stove, & cooking utensils. futon in living room kitchen. Small second story deck. Distance from other San Diego attractions are: San Diego Airport 64 miles, Mission Beach 64 miles, Viejas Casino & Outlet 31 Miles, & Ramona 23 miles. Filming location sight of the 2019 “Beneath the Leaves” movie staring Mira Sorvino . Many people ask what to do in Julian, below is a list of local attractions for you to consider & research during your stay:
Gold Mine Tours
Eagle and High Peak Mine
End of C St, Julian, CA 92036
Smith Ranch – Julian Train & Gold Mine
Witch Creek Winery
2000 Main St, Julian, CA 92036
Blue Door Winery
Tasting room in the heart of Julian.
2608 B Street, Julian, CA 92036
J. Jenkins Winery
A family owned winery located in a picturesque valley overlooking Volcan Mountain.
1255 Julian Orchards Drive, Julian, CA 92036
Julian Hard Cider
Our 1670 Colonial American recipe is handcrafted and made from one ingredient…the world’s finest, freshest, hand-picked apples.
4468 Highway 78, Julian, CA 92036
Drive down a two-lane country road leading you to the local winery where you can bring a lunch and sample a variety of locally produced wines.
1150 Julian Orchards Drive, Julian, CA 92036
Nickel Beer Company
We have 12 draft taps of house beer and serve tasters, pints, pitchers and sell beer to go in 32 oz and 64 oz growlers. Our large outdoor beer garden is dog friendly.
Our tasting room is located just 1/2 mile east of Julian.
1485 Hollow Glen Road, Julian, CA 92036
Kenner Ranch Riding, Discovery and Development Center
17550 Harrison Park Road, Julian, CA 92306
William Heise County Park
4945 Heise Park Road, Julian, CA 92036
Volcan Mountain Wilderness Preserve
Farmer Road outside of Julian, Julian, CA 92036
Cedar Creek Falls (permit req’d)
Palomar Ranger District Office
1634 Black Canyon Road
Ramona, CA 92065
California Wolf Center
Behind the KQ Campground on Highway 79, Julian, CA 92036
Fishing and Boating
15027 Highway 79, Julian, CA 92036
Julian Tea & Cottage Arts – Tea is served daily in a charming turn-of-the-century home. Afternoon Tea consists of finger sandwiches, scone with whipped cream, homemade jam and dessert.
2124 Third Street
Apple Alley Bakery – Serving a variety of homemade apple pies, pastries and cookies. Lunch menu includes potpies, calzone, soup, sandwiches and salad.
2122 Main Street
Julian Pie Company – Locally owned family business specializing in apple pies and cider donuts. Some 17,000 trees provide apples for pies at our Julian and Santa Ysabel locations.
2225 Main Street, Julian or 21976 Highway 79, Santa Ysabel
Mom’s Pies – Through the front window, watch Mom’s bakers lovingly prepare pies and baked goods for you. Steaming soups and sandwiches served on freshly baked whole-wheat buns.
2119 Main Street
Banner Queen Gallery – Artwork by Robert Freeman and Julian artists. Open Fridays through Sundays, 1 to 5 p.m.
36766 Highway 78, P.O. Box 575, Julian, CA 92036
Falcon Gallery – Limited edition prints books, jewelry, home accents and gifts. Our children’s room features educational supplies and books.
2015 A Main Street
Santa Ysabel Art Gallery – Exhibiting regional contemporary and traditional artists in all media with emphasis on California style plein air painting and local artist James Hubbell. Located in historic and picturesque Hillyer house.
30352 Highway 78, Santa Ysabel
The Skagen Ranch Studio – Housed in a historic barn, the Skagen Ranch Studio offers fine art from Africa, India, Romania and other countries around the world. Please call for directions.
P.O. Box 1557 Julian, CA 92036
R & B Bicycle Club – Bicycle events in the beautiful San Diego County back country. Both road and mountain bike events. Presently we offer four events per year.
Electric Bicycle Tours are now available Click Here for more information.
Lake Cuyamaca – Open 7 days a week from 6 a.m. until sunset. Fishing permits – $6 for adults – $3.50 for kids (8 through 15) You will need a California State Fishing License if you are 16 years of age or older. Motorboat rentals – $40 all day – $30 after 1 p.m. Rowboats – $15 all day – $12 after 1 p.m.
15027 Highway 79, Julian, CA 92036
Oasis Camel Dairy – PRODUCTS: Hand-crafted camel milk soap, lotions and camel milk chocolate.
VISIT: Tours, camel rides and events. Located between Ramona and Julian on Highway 78.
26757 Old Julian Highway, Ramona, CA 92065
Main Street Carriage Company – Historic 15-minute narrated tour of downtown Julian on a horse-drawn surrey. Corner of Main and Washington.
Desert & Town Tours
California Overland, LLC – Adventure calls! Explore the Anza-Borrego desert on 2 and 4 hour tours, overnight camping trips or full 30+ hour excursions aboard ex-military troop carriers. Private jeep tours also.
1233 Palm Canyon Drive, Borrego Springs, CA 92004
David Lewis Historic Tours of Julian – Guided tours, Julian history, Julian Cemetery History, Black History, and custom tours.
P.O. Box 32, Julian, CA 92036
Enthrall, Inc. – Provides Julian 1870s Gold Rush Tours and field trips, town site guided tour, Eagle Mine tour & lunch.
Thomas Norman Stephan
I will provide the public with prospecting opportunities, by taking groups, families and school children looking for gold, dressed as period prospector.
Julian Historical Society
2133 Fourth Street, Julian, CA
Julian Cider Mill
2103 Main Street, Julian, CA 92036
The Bird Watcher
2775 B Street, Julian, CA
The Candy Basket
2116 Main Street, Suite 2B, Julian, CA 92036
Country Village Yarn West / Kat’s Yarn & Craft Cottage
2112 Fourth Street, Julian, CA 92036
Pistols & Petticoats
2116 Main Street, Julian, CA 92036
Julian Market and Deli
2202 Main Street, Julian, CA 92036
30250 Highway 78, Santa Ysabel, CA 92070
Rentals for Julian, California 92036
Homes for Sale in Julian, California 92036
Julian is an historic gold mining town located approximately an hour east of San Diego. It is the premier mountain retreat in the county and is unique in that it has four seasons. Spring brings the blossoming of many flowers including daffodils, summer is perfect for hiking and star gazing, fall is famous for our apples and fall colors, and winter brings snowfalls and bright, crisp, “Christmassy” days. Although famous for apples and our superb apple pie one can enjoy all year round, Julian has become the center for visitors who wish to stay in the mountains but take day trips to the nearby casinos, the Anza Borrego Desert State Park and the coast. It has always been the B&B capital of Southern California, known for its romantic atmosphere, but is now fast becoming a great destination for families, hikers, weddings and corporate retreats. Specialty shops line our streets, our attractions are unique, ranging from wineries to wolves. From the old time melodrama to the Grape Stomp Festa, Julian events are great for couples, families and groups.Climate & Weather At 4,235 feet, Julian’s high elevation provides clean air, blue skies and four distinct seasons. Spring is generally mild and wild flowers decorate the back country in and around Julian while a profusion of daffodils is evident throughout the town site.Average summer temperatures fall in the 80s with occasional summer rains in July and August. The fi rst cold spell of fall prompts a blanket of color as the trees prepare for a winter of gentle snowfalls. Sledding and snowball fun in the surrounding mountains add to the season’s activities