Designed by renowned course architect David Rainville—whose resumé includes famed courses such as Indian Wells Country Club—the 18-hole California Oaks course stretches across 5,218 yards of bucolic Southern California topography. Towering trees, intervening ponds, and immense bunkers conspire to kidnap wayward balls throughout the course, and the club's immaculate fairways provide a hospitable landing zone for pinpointed drives and golf-obsessed extraterrestrials. A stream flows alongside every hole, adding a sense of continuity to rounds as golfers contend with each on-course challenge. After 18-hole expeditions, players can replenish at Oaks Bar & Grill, which, like the course itself, affords customers splendid views of the Temecula Valley, the San Jacinto mountain range, and the cloud-like spirits of drowned golf balls trying to contact 9-irons from the beyond.
Course at a Glance:
Vital Climbing Gym combines the facilities of a rock-climbing center with the comforts of a coffee lounge, giving members a place to strengthen their bodies and relax their minds. The 24-hour gym entices members to climb at any time of day without concern for injury on rocky walls that are built for bouldering, a style of climbing that keeps climbers low to the ground and requires no safety equipment or backup support. Before or after climbing sessions, clients can relax on a comfortable couch, sip a hot beverage from the espresso machine, connect to the gym’s WiFi network, and talk technique with fellow climbers.
Kempo’s movement patterns may look beautiful—fluid, swooping kicks, graceful evasions, smooth takedowns—but underneath the beauty lies a tradition nearly 2,000 years old. Since 1968, the instructors at United Studios of Self Defense have armed students with these techniques, leading classes where participants of all ages and skill levels soak up fighting skill while galvanizing self-confidence.
But before they can share their tactics and Mortal Kombat cheat codes, the instructors themselves must be trained. Each instructor who cinches the black belt around their waist has graduated with honors from the Studio’s own rigorous training academy. The training doesn’t stop there; every week they meet with the founder himself, 10th-degree black belt Charles Mattera, who refines their strategies and instills them with advanced techniques.
Even after 25 years in the world of martial arts and fitness training, Ray Paulhus remains passionate about healthy living. At Trinity24 Fit Camp, he translates that passion into engaging, energetic boot camps designed to turbocharge heart rates and build lean, toned muscles. Ray designed each workout himself, drawing on his experiences as a 4th-degree black belt to imbue each with time-tested effectiveness. Scalable to any fitness level, all of Ray's workouts target different muscle groups, resulting in an all-over exercise session that leaves clients charged with endorphins.
Riders young and old gallop through the hills of La Cresta under the tutelage of Equine Experience's head trainer Shannon Pagliuso. An avid equestrian since she was six years old, Shannon draws upon experiences picked up while riding for her IHSA team in college, where she also earned a degree in horse ranch management. She doles out instruction in both English and Western riding styles to students as young as five, who can practice on their own horse, ride one of the ranch’s gentle lesson steeds, or pretend to learn while bobbing back and forth on a rocking horse.
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Average Duration of Services: 4+ hours
Brands Used: Atomic, Bare, Stahlsac, Zeagle, Oceanic, Mares
Pro Tip: We refuse to treat you like a customer, but more like a friend.