Wildomar

Wildomar is located along Interstate 15 in Riverside County, a growing community comfortably nestled in a valley bordered by a mountain range on the west and rolling hills to the east.

Its boundaries take in some 24 square miles. Wildomar is a community of old and new, mature homes and acreage with horses and other livestock mixed with modern housing tracts. Nestled between the cities of Murrieta and Lake Elsinore, Wildomar officially became a city on July 1, 2008, at that time home to about 28,000 residents.

The name Wildomar was coined from the names of its three founders — the WIL from William Collier, the DO from Donald Graham and the MAR from Margaret Collier Graham.

Wildomar was an outpost for the Pony Express for the Butterfield Stage, and in the early part of this century, a stop for the Southern California Railroad. After the tracks washed out, growth in the area slowed and Wildomar remained a farming and ranching area, including a large number of horse ranches.

Construction of the Interstate 15 freeway brought urban-type growth to Wildomar.

Wildomar Incorporation Now, commonly known as WIN, led the effort to incorporate. Its office was in a small, unassuming historic building near the corner of Mission Trail and Corydon. It is one of the oldest public buildings in the area.

Currently leased by the Wildomar Chamber of Commerce, the building has served the community in one capacity or another for over 100 years. Originally on Lemon Street, the building was moved to its present location in 1895 — selected because the railroad tracks ran behind the building. The building was to be a stop for the railroad. Once the railroad no longer ran through Wildomar, the building found other uses. In 1993, the Animal Friends of the Valleys and the chamber brought the building back into a serviceable condition. These two agencies have shared the building ever since.

Neighborhood Info

Things to do in Wildomar include:
  • Amusement parks
  • Aquarium
  • Batting cages
  • Bowling
  • Cycling
  • Dance classes
  • Golf driving range
  • Fishing
  • Horse racing
  • Horse riding
  • Ice skating
  • Laser tag
  • Mini golf
  • Paintball
  • Paragliding
  • Racing
  • Roller skating
  • Scuba
  • Shooting range
  • Skydiving
  • Snorkeling
  • Tours
  • Trampoline & bounce houses
  • Water sports
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Population
37,807
up 71% since 2000
Households
11,501
45% with children
Ownership
76% Owned
24% rented, 8% vacant
Average Home Value
$296,970
Average Year Built
1993

Communities



Remember, the city of Wildomar is sometimes misspelled as Willdomar, Wildamar, Wildemar and Wildomark. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in any of these fine communities, call Brian Bean and Tim Hardin, Your Local Homeowner Advocates, The Dream Big Team.

Things to do in Wildomar include:

  • Amusement parks
  • Aquarium
  • Batting cages
  • Bowling
  • Cycling
  • Dance classes
  • Golf driving range
  • Fishing
  • Horse racing
  • Horse riding
  • Ice skating
  • Laser tag
  • Mini golf
  • Paintball
  • Paragliding
  • Racing
  • Roller skating
  • Scuba
  • Shooting range
  • Skydiving
  • Snorkeling
  • Tours
  • Trampoline & bounce houses
  • Water sports

Wildomar California | Things to do in Wildomar | Wildomar Homes for Sale | Wildomar Real Estate | Wildomar Realtors | Wildomar Real Estate Agents | Brian Bean and Tim Hardin Dream Big

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