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Country Chic

Alpine is home to fabulous boutiques, designer brands, and outlet stores.

Wild & Free

From hiking to horseback riding, museums to animal sanctuaries, Alpine is bursting with activities.

Farm to Table

We invite you to dine on delicious, fresh, local food and drink in our signature style.

On May 1, 1998, the National Wildlife Federation designated Alpine as “America’s First Community Wildlife Habitat.”

Upcoming Events
Trail Work Day at Wright's Field - 3/1
Leap Year Cash Giveaway at Viejas
Free Concert: The Blue Creek Band at the Alpine Library
Alpine Woman’s Club 27th Annual High Tea

Alpine was once the largest honey-producing region in the United States and birthplace of the modern beehive.

Nestled in the foothills of the Cuyamaca Mountains of San Diego County, Alpine is a historic mountain community dating back to the early settlers of Southern California. Since then, Alpine has drawn many to enjoy scenic vistas, fresh air, and pleasant climate. Visitors often remark on the preservation of Alpine's small town charm despite the proximity to a bustling metropolitan region. We agree: Alpine is a jewel of quiet country living less than half an hour from Downtown San Diego.

About Alpine

US Highway 80 follows the historic stagecoach trail through Alpine and the Cuyamaca Mountains connecting San Diego and Yuma.

Getting to Alpine

Conveniently located adjacent to Interstate 8,  Alpine is less than half an hour from the coast and Downtown San Diego by car. Visitors can access the heart of Alpine from both Exit 30 (Tavern Rd) and Exit 33 (Willows Rd/Alpine Bl) on I-8. Public transit service is available on the MTS 838 and 888 bus routes. Visit for complete schedules and a list of stops. Area casinos offer limited shuttle service from points in Coastal San Diego. Check their websites for full details.

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1620 Alpine Blvd #208, Alpine, CA 91901, USA

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