Deals in Mead Valley


3-Lap Ride-Along or 10- or 15-Lap Driving Session with Kenny Wallace Dirt Racing Experience (Up to 55% Off)

Kenny Wallace Dirt Racing Experience

Multiple Locations

Ride along with a dirt-track driver or take the wheel for a 10- or 15-lap experience in a Dirt Late Model car

$129 $64

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Two Indoor Jumps with DVD for One or Two at Skydive Perris (Up to 42% Off)

Skydive perris

Perris Valley Skydiving

Following a training session, guests don included gear to practice jumps in an indoor skydiving simulator

$90 $55

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Hot Air Balloon Ride for One or Two with Breakfast and Champagne from Adventure Balloon Rides (Up to 46% Off)

Adventure Balloon Rides

Perris

Help set up and launch the balloon for a 30- to 45-minute flight before touching down for breakfast at Bomb Shelter Cafe

$260 $142

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Two-Hour SUP Rental for One, Two, or Four from Inspiration Paddleboard (Up to 59% Off)

Inspiration Paddleboard

Inland Empire

Balancing on standup paddleboards, renters enjoy two hours cruising California’s fabulous Lake Perris

$40 $18

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Three-Hour Painting Lesson at Wine and Java Paint Hive (46% Off)

Wine And Java Paint Hive

Perris

Painting classes expose you to non-traditional painting techniques and processes; expressive exploration

$100 $54

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$12 for $25 Worth of Horseback Riding — Rock Valley Ranch

Rock Valley Ranch

Rock Valley Ranch

From the merchant: Professional trail guides take you on a horseback riding adventure through the beautiful nature trails of Perris, CA

$25 $12

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Sunrise Hot Air Balloon Ride for 1 or 2 from California Balloon Rides (Up to 56% Off). 4 Options Available.

California Balloon Rides

California Balloon Rides

Become the envy of the earthbound masses on a sunrise flight that affords panoramic views of the ocean and desert

$260 $116

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One- or Two-Hour Trail Rides at Rancho Bravo (50% Off)

Rancho Bravo

Perris

Guided trail rides suitable for beginners take riders across mild terrain and a gentle river in search of picturesque views

$50 $25

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WineGreeting.com offers two types of wine: a smooth California merlot and a California chardonnay. That might sound a little odd?an online wine boutique with only one red and one white??but when you factor in the custom packaging options, such as hand-dipped wax tops available in four colors, the site's selection skyrockets into the thousands. They provide clients with amenities such as: Themed wine labels: The selection of personalized wine labels runs the gamut from a graduation label that depicts mortarboard-tossing students to a Fourth of July label emblazoned with an American flag. Personal message suggestion: Each label reserves a space for a personal message from the sender. Stumped clients can also source words from this handy quote bank, which is hundreds of quotes deep. Our poetic favorite? "Wine is sunlight, held together by water." Gift bags and boxes: Some of the wine bags come decorated with snazzy chevrons, while others come wrapped in decorative ribbons. All of them double as stylish ferret-holders.
14551 Oak Meadow Rd,Valley Center,Valley Center,Valley Center
Valley Center,
CA
US
Valley Center Brewery isn't just a place for beer-lovers?it's also for dogs, and even kids, both welcome on two large, airy patios. After all, the brewery's a family affair. Behind the scenes, Bob Marek and his son Alex are hard at work on an ambitious and always-growing lineup of beers, brewed with West Coast hops and a unique blend of multiple grains. The brews span just about the entire spectrum, ranging from blonde ales and IPAs to smoked porters and barrel-aged stouts. Customers are encouraged to give the Mareks suggestions on what styles to tackle next. They're also encouraged to bring snacks to enjoy with their tasting flights or full pours. Pool tables, cornhole boards, fish ponds, and a kids' play area encourage families to linger all afternoon.
28960 Lilac Rd.
Valley Center,
CA
US
Food lovers rejoice: rather than traverse the town in search of a variety of cuisine, they can save time and shoe leather by attending the Valley Center Gourmet Food Truck Festival. The second annual culinary extravaganza—sporting a Hawaiian theme this year—features mouth-watering platefuls from food trucks such as Crepes Bonaparte, Dang Brother Pizza, and Hoangie's Bahn Mi, dished out alongside pours from Hess Brewing and California Fruit Wine. While adults enjoy of-age libations, youngsters can partake of activities including pony rides and face painting. Live music and DJ performances underscore each sip, swirl, and perfectly tuned bite.
15954 Woods Valley Rd
Valley Center,
CA
US
Two and a half acres of California countryside sprawl before visitors at Heavenly Valley Retreat, setting the stage for the sublime relaxation sessions the team administers in the form of poolside and indoor massages and energy therapies. Counseling and nutrition services further unwind clients, ensuring each guest leaves free of emotional and physical tension.
31775 Tracy Lyn Drive
Valley Center,
CA
US
City Sushi & Grill offers two distinct menus filled with Japanese cuisine and grilled specialties, respectively. On the City Sushi side of things, guests can sample dynamite lobster rolls and salmon tempura rolls, or slurp up hot noodle soups. The City Grill, on the other hand, fires up flank steak, snapper, and whiskey-sauce-glazed chicken.
10366 Beaumont Avenue
Cherry Valley,
CA
US
The owners of Corona Pumpkin Farm weren?t setting out to build a business in the fall of 2009. They just wanted to cultivate fresh, healthy produce for their family. So they began sowing seeds in box gardens, nourishing the soil with compost from chickens that also bore fresh eggs, and the occasional golden one. Eventually, the chickens? bounty outgrew the boxed gardens, and the humble family endeavor flourished into Corona Pumpkin Farm, which sits atop more than an acre of land. Now the farmers nurture more than 50 types of pumpkins for eating and carving, as well as a cornucopia of fruits and veggies that includes three types of corn and pick-your-own boysenberries. Along with the produce, they raise chickens and turkeys for meat, gather eggs from the coop, and sometimes barter with neighbors for beef and pork. To show their respect for Mother Nature and their own health, they prefer to use organic solutions first, avoiding chemicals on their garden grub whenever possible. But visitors don?t flock to the farm just for the fresh, healthy fare; they come to pick their own pumpkins, meander through the 10-foot-high stalks that fill a half-acre corn maze, and enjoy other seasonal activities, such as cuddling baby chicks, zooming down an inflatable slide, painting pumpkins, and crafting personalized trick-or-treat bags.
19835 Gavilan Rd.
Perris,
CA
US
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