San Pasqual Valley, San Diego

Map indicating places where the language is called castellano (in red) or español (in blue)

Northernmost community of the city of San Diego.

- San Pasqual Valley, San Diego
Map indicating places where the language is called castellano (in red) or español (in blue)

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San Diego Zoo Safari Park

The main Africa Enclosure, where many of the herbivores live free-range
Rhinos in the African Plains
A replica Congo fishing village in Nairobi Village
Tiger in San Diego Zoo Safari Park's Tiger Trail exhibit
A pair of African lions rest on an overcast day.
A California condor perches on the giant rock in its aviary.
A female nyala in an enclosure near the Africa Tram loading station

The San Diego Zoo Safari Park, originally named the San Diego Wild Animal Park until 2010, is an 1,800 acre (730 ha) zoo in the San Pasqual Valley area of San Diego, California, near Escondido.

Battle of San Pasqual, Charles Waterhouse

Battle of San Pasqual

Battle of San Pasqual, Charles Waterhouse
A map of the battle site
Captain Archibald H. Gillespie of the United States Marine Corps was attacked by lancers, front and rear, at San Pascual
Marker of reburied U.S. Servicemen who died during the Battle of San Pasqual

The Battle of San Pasqual, also spelled San Pascual, was a military encounter that occurred during the Mexican–American War in what is now the San Pasqual Valley community of the city of San Diego, California.

San Diego

Major city in the U.S. state of California on the coast of the Pacific Ocean and immediately adjacent to the Mexican border.

Major city in the U.S. state of California on the coast of the Pacific Ocean and immediately adjacent to the Mexican border.

The Kumeyaay, also known as the Diegueño, have inhabited the area of San Diego for thousands of years.
San Diego's namesake is the 15th-century Spanish saint Didacus of Alcalá.
José María Estudillo served as commandant of the Presidio of San Diego and founded the Estudillo family, a powerful San Diego clan of Californios.
The 1846 Battle of San Pasqual was a decisive battle between American and Californio forces during the U.S. Conquest of California.
The namesake of Horton Plaza, Alonzo Horton developed "New Town," which became Downtown San Diego.
Balboa Park on the cover of a guidebook for the World Exposition of 1915
Satellite view of San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico
Mission Valley facing Northwest, taken from Arista Street. Mission Bay can be seen in the distance.
Normal Heights, a neighborhood of San Diego
San Diego skyline, seen in January 2021
Surfers at Pacific Beach
Coastal canyon in Torrey Pines State Reserve
San Diego viewed against the Witch Creek Fire smoke
Map of racial distribution in San Diego, 2010 U.S. Census. Each dot is 25 people:
A U.S. Navy vice admiral and an intelligence specialist celebrating Hispanic American Heritage Month in San Diego
USS Midway museum ship
F/A-18 Hornet flying over San Diego and the USS John C. Stennis
View on Harbor Drive
Downtown San Diego, as seen from Coronado Island
Qualcomm corporate headquarters
Official portrait of Mayor Todd Gloria
San Diego City Council chambers
San Diego Police Department car in the city center
San Diego State University's Hepner Hall
University of California, San Diego's Geisel Library, named for Theodor Seuss Geisel ("Dr. Seuss")
The Museum of Us
Petco Park, home of the Padres since 2004
I-5 looking south toward downtown San Diego
View of Coronado and San Diego from the air
Cross Border Xpress bridge from the terminal in San Diego on the right to the main terminal of Tijuana Airport on the left

In the ensuing Battle of San Pasqual, fought in the San Pasqual Valley which is now part of the city of San Diego, the Americans suffered their worst losses in the campaign.

SR 78 in Oceanside at the El Camino Real overpass

California State Route 78

State highway in the U.S. state of California that runs from Oceanside east to Blythe, traversing nearly the entire width of the state.

State highway in the U.S. state of California that runs from Oceanside east to Blythe, traversing nearly the entire width of the state.

SR 78 in Oceanside at the El Camino Real overpass
SR 78 eastbound east of Escondido
Road leading to SR 78 and SR 79 in Julian
SR 78 in the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, looking east
SR 78 in 1947 before its freeway alignment was built

Turning east once again, SR 78 leaves the Escondido city limits and enters the San Pasqual Valley as it provides access to the San Diego Zoo Safari Park and San Pasqual Battlefield State Park.

Escondido, California

City in San Diego County's North County region, 30 mi northeast of downtown San Diego, 15 miles from the ocean, and 40 miles from the Mexican border.

City in San Diego County's North County region, 30 mi northeast of downtown San Diego, 15 miles from the ocean, and 40 miles from the Mexican border.

The 1846 Battle of San Pasqual was a battle between American and Californio forces during the U.S. Conquest of California.
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Aerial view of a citrus orchard in the San Pascual Valley in Escondido, California
Boating activities at Dixon Lake
Aerial view of Palomar Medical Center in Escondido, California
Historic Downtown Escondido
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A portion of the disc golf course at Kit Carson Park
Picnic Areas at Dixon Lake
Aerial view of Escondido City Hall and Grape Day Park behind
Historic railroad station
An aerial view of Interstate 15 approaching the Route 78 interchange in Escondido, California.
Escondido city buses entering and departing the Escondido Transit Center.
The Sprinter light rail train preparing to depart the platform at the Escondido Transit Center.

The Kumeyaay migrated from areas near the Colorado River, settling both in the San Pasqual Valley and near the San Dieguito River in the southwestern and western portions of what is now Escondido.

Ramona, California

Census-designated place in San Diego County, California.

Census-designated place in San Diego County, California.

In the San Pasqual Valley, the RCPA abuts the City of San Diego.

Anthony Pico, former chairman of the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay

San Pasqual, San Diego County, California

Anthony Pico, former chairman of the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay

San Pasqual, the Kumeyaay pueblo, in San Diego County, California, that was once located in the San Pasqual Valley and for which the valley is named.

San Dieguito River

Major river in Southern California, United States.

Major river in Southern California, United States.

The river officially begins at the confluence of two streams, Santa Ysabel Creek and Santa Maria Creek, near the town of San Pasqual.

Rancho Santa Maria de Los Peñasquitos

8486 acre Mexican land grant in present-day southwestern San Diego County, California given in 1823 to Francisco María Ruiz.

8486 acre Mexican land grant in present-day southwestern San Diego County, California given in 1823 to Francisco María Ruiz.

A view of the courtyard at the Johnson-Taylor Ranch House, in about 1933.

The rancho was also a way station on the wagon road to Warner's Ranch from San Diego via San Pasqual and Santa Ysabel Asistencia, from the 1840s.

A bottle of wine from the Santa Maria Valley AVA, which was America's third American Viticultural Area when it was established

San Pasqual Valley AVA

American Viticultural Area in northern San Diego County, California.

American Viticultural Area in northern San Diego County, California.

A bottle of wine from the Santa Maria Valley AVA, which was America's third American Viticultural Area when it was established

It is located in the San Pasqual Valley of the Peninsular Ranges, in Southern California.