This Oceanside – Oceana Condos Real Estate Spotlight focuses on the Oceanside community and the Oceana Condos.
Oceana Condos in Oceanside
The Oceana Condos located in Oceanside offers everyone 55+ years old a retirement community with many benefits since 1984.
Numerous activities for its retirement-aged residents’ makes the Oceana Condos stand out. Keeping you busy with swimming, golfing, reading, workshops, playing cards, and even a doggie park.
As you will read below, Oceanside also offers many activities to keep you busy.
Oceana Condos Community Features
Active adults 55+ enjoying the following community features:
- Swimming pools
- Community BBQ grills
- Golf course
- Spa/Hot tub
- Exercise room
- Clubhouse with an art room, wood shop, card rooms, computer center, billiards, lapidary shop, and a golf course
- Concierge services
- One story structures
- 932 Homes with a variety of floor plans featuring spectacular ocean and/or mountain views
- Less than 10 minutes from Pacific Ocean beaches
- North County Bus System (BREEZE) stops near the clubhouse to take you to restaurants and shopping. The BREEZE also stops near the Coaster and Sprinter commuter trains to quickly enjoy all the attractions in San Diego.
Oceana Condos Community Activities
Many activities to choose from at the Community Center Complex offers a clubhouse with an auditorium (concerts, recitals, lectures, and dancing), a stage for plays and events, a library/reading room, a computer center, a card room, a billiards room, and a fully equipped kitchen.
The Community Center also includes two solar-heated pools open year-round, a beautiful patio, and a Jacuzzi.
In addition, the Community Center provides a billiards room, a lapidary shop, a wood shop, an arts and ceramics building, and easy access to the community golf course.
Join the many clubs ranging from activities stating with A to Z. Their monthly newsletter and website provide a calendar filled with activities.
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Oceanside, California located on the northern section of San Diego County nestled between Los Angeles and San Diego. Year-round sun and warm weather await you.
Offering a 1,000 boat slip harbor and 3.5 miles of beautiful sandy beaches. Plus, several regional museums and the largest California mission. Also, located near the Marine Corps Base of Camp Pendleton.
The history of Oceanside began with the arrival of the first European explorers in 1789 after the original inhabitation by Native Americans. Father Junipero Serra established the San Luis Rey de Francia Mission on behalf of Spanish missionaries. The Spanish introduced farming and grazing in the early 19th century.
By the 20th century, Oceanside became a popular beach town after residences built in the 1890s established its downtown area.
The development of the Interstate 5 freeway system after World War II increased housing and population growth.
In 1942, the establishment of the Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base created a U.S. armed forces community for Oceanside.
Visitors often describe Oceanside as the most authentic beach town in Southern California.
Wide sandy beaches, a historic wooden pier, a quaint New England style harbor, with charming bungalow homes make O’side (as locals call Oceanside) uniquely charming.
A fun, playful, and diverse community on the beach and in the sun awaits you.
Watch the local O’siders boating, snorkeling, bike riding, skateboarding, and surfing year-round.
Oceanside Beaches and Water Activities
Oceanside Beaches with over 3.6 miles of beautiful white sandy beaches makes Oceanside perfect for swimming, snorkeling, surfing, sunning, and sandcastle building. Strolling along the beach and surf fishing (bring or rent your pole) rounds out the beach activities. Harbor Beach provides more than 15 acres of clean sand and lifeguards with plenty of parking areas.
Oceanside Pier, a historic 1,940-foot wooden pier boasts as the West Coast’s longest wooden pier. Great place to stroll and take in the views of nearby Oceanside Harbor, sandy beaches, clear ocean, and big waves. The sunsets present marvelous sights. A required fishing license for surf fishing on the beach. However, no license required to fish from the pier.
Oceanside Harbor offers a 1,000 boat port where you can see them all while driving on a two-lane asphalt drive around the shoreline. The harbor offers picnic tables, great restaurants, and the Harbor Village with eateries, shops, and a lighthouse. Ideal spot for sports fishing, boating, and whale watching. Its marina contains 25 to 50-foot sloops to marvel visitors. Limited RV beach camping and transient mooring available too. Plan to attend the annual Oceanside Harbor Days events during the fourth weekend in September.
Oceanside Recreational Activities
Oceanside offers many recreational activities for all ages. Includes 4 golf courses, over 6 miles of beachfront roads to bike, jog, and rollerblade. Many tennis courts scattered throughout the city.
Check out these links to discover the many Oceanside recreational activities:
Oceanside provides great bicycling sites for enthusiasts.
Oceanside contains two bike trails:
Coastal Rail Trail starting at Broadway and Vista Way offering 44 miles of bicycling into San Diego.
San Luis Rey Bike Trail winds around the San Luis Rey River from downtown Oceanside to College Blvd.
The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce recommends the following restaurants in Oceanside:
Hunter Steakhouse of Oceanside – Famous for their “Santa Maria Style” BBQ. Another popular menu item of tri-tip and chicken grilled over red oak wood in an old-fashioned barbeque pit.
Golden Corral – Their 150 items all you can eat buffet.
Don’s Country Kitchen – Homestyle cooking includes chicken fried steak with biscuits and gravy, eggs benedict, cinnamon swirl French toast, plate-sized pancakes, and more.
Stratford at the Harbor – Waterfront breakfast and lunch cafe providing a gorgeous view from their outdoor patio located inside Harbor Village. Locals love their biscuits and gravy, pancakes, omelets, fish tacos, and fish & chips. Craft beer, bloody Mary, and mimosa as locals drink favorites. Includes a dog-friendly patio too.
That Boy Good – Famous soul food and southern BBQ meals.
Beach Break Cafe – Since 1988, great breakfasts in Oceanside. Features Banana Crunch French Toast dipped in crunchy honey bunches of oats and topped with bananas and whipped cream. Their cinnamon-laced coffee cake oozing with frosting is a local’s favorite. Stuff yourself with their 4 egg omelets and scrambles.
Panda Express – Chinese cuisine since 1983. Try their famous Orange Chicken and their “Wok Smart” healthy meals too.
Saint Tropez Bistro and Beyond – Blends the sophistication of Europe with a relaxed California attitude in a cozy and friendly atmosphere. Situated inside a charming historic 1888 building. Fabulous cakes, home-baked bread, pastries, and desserts daily made in their “Gourmet Artisan Bakery”. Live music starts at 5:30 pm every Friday and Saturday.
Fratelli’s Italian Kitchen – Locals claim it’s the best Italian food in Oceanside. Family run with an Italian family atmosphere.
Lighthouse Fish and Seafood Market/Oyster Bar – Daily fresh fish ranging from Seabass, Halibut, Swordfish, Mahi Mahi, Yellowtail, Ahi and Ono Tunas. Ceviche mad on site every day. Also, serves fresh Clams, Oysters, and Mussels. Served with specialty wines and craft beers.
The local public school district known as the Oceanside Unified School District contains 23 schools from Kindergarten through high school.
Oceanside – Oceana Condos Real Estate Spotlight offers 55+ retirement community with many activities and features.
Oceanside city provides lots of beautiful beaches, unique eateries, and fun-filled activities for all ages.
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Steven Rich, MBA – Guest Blogger
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