Pala is located just East of Bonsall and Camp Pendleton. Primarily an Indian Reservation, Pala offers a unique area to call home. It used to be a mining town in the early 1900s and there are still a couple mines active in the area. With great weather all year round, many people in Pala have the benefits of a nice ocean breeze mixed with a little desert air. This keeps the temperature very mild no matter what the season.
Pala has many different types of real estate available. It is growing in size due to the opening of the Pala Casino Resort and Spa. This casino has paved the way for many different types of employment and investment properties in the area. Tourism has greatly increased in Pala as the casino is allowed to have slot machines. Pala has everything from large lots to small houses and businesses available so you are sure to find what you are looking for. There is real estate available either in the city or a little further away in the hills and grasslands.
Pala is close enough to Los Angeles that it would be easy to work in Los Angeles and live in Pala. There is very close freeway access and Los Angeles is less than 70 miles away. Downtown San Diego is just over 40 miles away and many people make that commute daily. People like to live in Pala because it is a smaller city and they can escape the pressure of their daily hectic lives. Nothing is greater than working 9 to 5 then being able to sit on your front porch and listen to nature. Close to good schools and recreation, Pala shouldn't be overlooked.
Pala is located within the county of San Diego, approximately 45 minutes drive to Downtown San Diego.