San Diego County’s Historic Mountain Destination
…Where the folks are still friendly and the Country’s still Country
Housed in an original 1943 apple packing facility and cider house, the Julian Station property is owned and operated by husband and wife Albert Lewis and Lydia Frausto. The historic collection of buildings feature numerous unique shops, antiques, local art work, 3 different wine, beer and hard cider tasting rooms and 'Music at Julian Station' that features a different local artist each Saturday and Sunday from 1-4 pm. Our onsite restaurant Cocina De Luz is open Thursday through Sunday from 12-6 and is sure to delight your culinary senses. We hope to see you soon!
Autumn in Wynola brings the first taste of crisp fall weather to southern CA, where a trip to see the leaves turning colors and picking your own apples at local farms is a must, along with pie, cider and browsing our unique shops. Harvest is a busy time in Julian, with loads of family activities to choose from every weekend.
Winter offers the occasional dusting of snow, Christmas lights and decorations, wonderful one-of-a-kind holiday shopping opportunities, and many events for a taste of a real small town holiday season.
Spring is a wonderful time to see nature at its finest, with thousands of daffodils popping up everywhere. Enjoy the bounty of forest wildflowers as you hike, horseback ride, or just stroll about enjoying the clean mountain air.
Summer brings more outdoor activities, including Julian Station's 'MUSIC AT JULIAN STATION event with live local music on the front patio. Relax at one of the many nearby campgrounds or B & B’s, drop your fishing line in beautiful Lake Cuyamaca, and show your visiting friends and family a different side of San Diego County.
3 MILES WEST OF MAIN ST.
4470 HIGHWAY 78 Julian, CA 92036-0069
RIGHT NEXT DOOR TO MOM’S PIES IN WYNOLA!