• Summerwind Trails Community living amidst the rolling hills of the beautiful Calimesa countryside

    Calimesa, CA

  • Summerwind Trails Community living amidst the rolling hills of the beautiful Calimesa countryside

    Calimesa, CA

  • Summerwind Trails Community living amidst the rolling hills of the beautiful Calimesa countryside

    Calimesa, CA

  • Summerwind Trails Community living amidst the rolling hills of the beautiful Calimesa countryside

    Calimesa, CA

  • Summerwind Trails Community living amidst the rolling hills of the beautiful Calimesa countryside

    Calimesa, CA

  • Summerwind Trails Community living amidst the rolling hills of the beautiful Calimesa countryside

    Calimesa, CA

  • Summerwind Trails Community living amidst the rolling hills of the beautiful Calimesa countryside

    Calimesa, CA

Summerwind Trails Overview

Location

Calimesa, CA

Project Type

Master-planned community

Size

2,590 acres

Scope

3,600 residences • 260-acre commercial town center

Key Amenities

Adjacent to 36 holes of world-class golf at Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon • 1,400 acres of open space • over 20 miles of walking, hiking and biking trails • 80 acres of parks • three future public schools • future 260-acre town center for commercial/business uses • community-wide dual-plumbing water system using recycled water for all landscape irrigation

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Opportunity

Summerwind Trails is a sensitively designed 2,590-acre master-planned community situated on the rolling hills of the beautiful Calimesa countryside. It is close to some of the best recreational opportunities in Southern California, including summer and winter activities in nearby mountain ranges, golf courses, shopping and dining, and close proximity to desert resorts.

The community is planned for more than 3,600 homes, many with view lots; preservation of over 1,400 acres of open space and wildlife corridors, three future on-site schools, 80 acres of parks and over 20 miles of multipurpose trails. Summerwind Trails also features the exclusive use of recycled water for all landscape irrigation and a future 260-acre town center that will include commercial and business park development.