New to the area or a long-time resident of the Alpine, California area, we pride ourselves in providing our customers with all of the information they may need when moving to a new neighborhood. Here is a brief overview of Alpine California’s location, school district and parks. For more information on living and/or moving to the Alpine San Diego Area visit the Alpine Community Network or contact your local Alpine Mover for your free quote.
Alpine, California area is 108 square miles and is situated in the foothills of the Cuyamaca Mountains in East County San Diego. The Alpine community is located east of Lakeside, California off the Interstate 8 and west of the Cleveland National Forest. Alpine has a mountain climate, rich culture and is well known for amazing hiking, biking and running trails. While many people live year round in the Alpine area this area is also well known for its vacation homes and second homes. When looking for a moving company who serves Alpine and San Diego County Republic Moving and Storage is the premier solution for all your residential and commercial moving needs.
All the below Alpine Union School District school’s websites can be found by clicking here:Creekside Early Learning (pre-kindegarten)
Alpine Elementary (1st-5th grade)
Boulder Oaks (1st-5th grade)
Shadow Hills (1st-5th grade)
Joan MacQueen (6th-8th grade)
Mountain View Learning Academy (Kindegarten-8th grade)
Lions, Tigers and Bears: Lions Tigers & Bears is an Alpine sanctuary dedicated to providing a safe haven for unwanted and abused exotic animals. LBT provides education and tour visits while allowing the animals in their care to live out their lives with dignity and a safe environment. Schedule a visit, become a member or event feed a big cat or bear with a giant barbecue fork! There is something for everyone at this amazing sanctuary.
Viejas Casino: Viejas Casino and Resort is a hotel casino and outlet center owned by the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians and is located in Alpine, California. Hotel, dining, gaming, shopping and exploring the beautiful land…there is a lot to see and do at Viejas Casino.
Cleveland National Forest: Cleveland National Forest provides habitat for native wildlife, as well as a natural refuge and playground for many of the 3 million plus residents in the greater San Diego area. Hiking, biking, off-roading (in permitted areas), swimming and taking in the majestic views are just a few of the activities to be enjoyed in the Cleveland National Forest…just another perk of living in or moving to Alpine, California.
A sample of some of our favorite apartments in Alpine, California can be found in the below links. To find out more about living and moving to the Alpine, California area contact your Republic Moving and Storage specialist.
Alpine Village Apartments