Nestled in California's beautiful Diamond Valley, Golden Village Palms RV Resort puts you close to infinite outdoor adventures and exciting attractions such as Diamond Valley Lake and the De Portola Wine Trail. Enjoy hiking, wine tasting, and family fun in sunny Southern California.
Diamond Valley is where nature is unbound. Surrounded by mountains on all sides and yet close to coastal Southern California, the location is ideal for a quiet vacation in excellent weather throughout the year.
Diamond Valley is not entirely rural either. Like Hemet, cities in the valley offer enough opportunities to maintain an urban connection. Enjoy dining, shopping, nightlife, and entertainment near the Golden Village Palms RV Resort.
Enjoy the perfect spot for fishing or boating within a short distance of your RV resort stays. Located only 10 miles southwest of Golden Village Palms RV Resort, Diamond Valley Lake is Southern California's largest human-made reservoir, spanning over 4500 acres.
Savor the proximity to nature while biking along the scenic 22.7 miles long Lakeview Trail. The 260-feet deep lake offers prized catches like Trout, Bass, Striper, Sunfish, Catfish, and more. We highly recommend all our guests to take a day trip and experience the beauty of Hemet's prime attraction.
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Enjoy the splendid views of Mt. Jacinto while sipping exquisite wines at the Temecula Hills Winery. Located about ten miles from Golden Village Palms, the wine country falls on the famous De Portola Wine Trail route.
Temecula wineries offer the finest Rhone varietals, planted across acres of lush green fields. Hike from the resort to the scenic Temecula Wine Country for a romantic weekend getaway. Enjoy fabulous dinners at the underground wine caves of Oak Mountain Winery, or enjoy wine tastings at Temecula Hills Winery, Wilson Creek Winery, and more.
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Take your kids on a short drive from Golden Village Palms for a fun learning experience of history and science. Discover Hemet's deep-seated roots in Native American history at the Western Science Center.
During the excavation of Hemet's Diamond Valley Lake in 1995, the site unexpectedly turned into an archaeology and paleontology dig, unearthing artifacts from early Native American settlers. There were bones and skeletons of extinct mammoths, mastodons, camel, sloth, and long-horned bison among the discoveries. The Western Science Center curates ancient archeological wonders from the region and more.
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Hemet's 9-hole miniature golf course is a well-kept secret amongst beginners and seasoned golf lovers. Teach your strokes to the young ones and try to hit one yourself. The Echo Hills Golf Course can be surprisingly challenging.
It is an easy trip to and back from the course just five miles from the Golden Village Palms. Enjoy your daily games and improve your swings simultaneously at this well-maintained course. Don't be fooled by the size. The link style provides enough challenges for budding golfers like water crossings, sand hazards, and more.