Category: Life in Idyllwild
Just like the desert Cahilla Indians centuries ago, San Jacinto mountains’ summer residents and visitors are slowly making their way from the desert’s three-digit temperatures to a much milder climate. But it isn’t just the climate that makes part-timers and visitors return to the Hill. Once exposed to Idyllwild and the surrounding areas, most people […]
By Nancy Borchers District Review Board member & Marshall Smith Assistant Editor Idyllwild’s downtown business core is now the only historic district in the unincorporated area of Riverside County. With the appointment of a local review board in Jan. 2013, the downtown district is now protected by architectural guidelines designed to preserve its mid 20th […]
The Museum of the award-winning Idyllwild Area Historical Society is located in a charming cabin at 54470 North Circle Drive, and the quaintness of the surroundings encourages you to step right in.