The Venue / Site Map

Wildomar, CA

Wildomar, gateway to the Santa Rosa Plateau, is a community of old and new, more mature homes and acreages with horses and other animals mixed with more 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. Wildomar had been 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.

An ideal festival setting at the beautiful Marna O’Brien Regency Heritage Park in Wildomar, California, with the scenic backdrop of the Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve. The 9 acre park is located at 20505 Palomar Street and is the largest of the City parks. It is often the site of many of the City’s special events like the Rooted in Nature Craft Brew Festival. The park facilities consist of three baseball fields with spectator and player benches, two full basketball courts, two large multi-use soccer fields along with sports field lighting, a tot-lot, three picnic shelters, a concrete walkway surrounds the park, parking lot, permanent restrooms and a concession stand which is used for special events.

Click here for a printable PDF site map of the Festival.