Cimarron is a community of homes in Escondido California
Cimarron is a community of homes in Escondido California

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About Cimarron

Cimarron is a beautiful community in the northeast region of Escondido, California that offers peaceful mountain living. Residents are also close to freeways, services, and recreation.

Cimarron is comprised of 256 single family homes of varying styles and floor plans. The Home Owners Association maintains the community swimming pool, tennis court, and trail. The clubhouse is also available to homeowners to rent for special occasions.

This community is served by the Escondido Union School District and the Escondido Union High School District. Students may attend facilities such as Conway Elementary School, Rincon Middle School, and Escondido High School. If you are interested in private schooling there are several schools in this area like Calvin Christian Elementary, Ascension Lutheran, St. Mary’s School, and Summerhill School. There are many higher learning facilities nearby such as Westminster Seminary California and California Pacific University.

To the west is the Reidy Creek Golf Course which offers 18 unique holes, beautiful water features, and challenging bunkers designed by Cal Olson. This venue also hosts weddings and other special events. To the east you will find the Dixon Lake Recreational Area which features camping, hiking, fishing, and boating. Escondido has fifteen parks including Daley Ranch, El Norte Park, and Grape Day Park.

Around the area by Interstate 15 and the 78 Freeway are several shopping centers like Westfield North County, Escondido Village Mall Shopping Center, and Escondido Promenade.

Escondido is one of San Diego County’s oldest cities and was incorporated in 1888. Its name means “hidden” in Spanish and is thought to refer to “hidden water” or “hidden treasure.” Top employers include the Palomar Medical Center, the local school districts, the City of Escondido, and the North County Transit District. This is also the most recent home of the Stone Brewing Co.

Cimarron Schools

School Districts

Grade Levels

  • Elementary Schools: 44
  • Middle Schools: 33
  • High Schools: 27

Types of Schools

  • Public Schools: 31
  • Private Schools: 23
  • Charter Schools: 7

* Data courtesy of Greatschools.org