Olivenhain | Established 1884
Neighborhood - This gorgeous ranch community is often referred to as the "hidden gem" of North County and sits west of the Rancho Santa Fe boarder and directly east from the Encinitas coast. Olivenhain is known for it's beautiful single family custom homes, fabulous country views, and spacious lots. The small town community feel is home to equestrian estates, horse enthusiasts, and residents with a small town attitude and pride in their community. The historical town hall hosts many seasonal festivals, movie nights, Octoberfest, and charity functions for the community to enjoy with family and friends.
Trails and Parks - You'll often see joggers, walkers, cyclist, dogs, and horses walking and running along the trails in Olivenhain. San Diego weather allows for the community members to use the 120 + trails that are offered year round. There are 3 developed parks within Olivenhain including; Wiro Park, Little Oaks Park, and Sun Vista Park. Little Oaks Park on Lone Jack Road is a horse park complete with picnic tables, parking for horse trailers, a riding ring and it provides access to the trails within Olivenhain. Wiro Park is a small community park on 11th Avenue west of Rancho Santa Fe Road and has picnic tables, barbecue grills, and a small playground. Sun Vista Park is community park at the southwest corner of Rancho Santa Fe Road and Avenida La Posta adjacent to Diegueno Middle School and across the street from award winning Olivenhain Pioneer Elementary School.
Local Schools - Olivenhain is within the Encinitas Union School District which feeds into award-winning schools of Olivenhain Pioneer Elementary, Diegueno Middle School, and La Costa Canyon High School. Olivenhain residents also have the ability to attend Torrey Pines High School, Canyon Crest Academy, and San Dieguito High School Academy. Please see our "schools" page for more information.