I just love this community, it is nestled among gently rolling hills and has a sea breeze to keep the climate moderate both summer and winter. I especially like the Bonita Golf Resort, it has been recently remodeled, and the restaurant serves the best burger in town. The Little League from the area did really well this past year and went all the way thru the tournament but were eliminated near the end, great job boys!
Anyhow back to the subject, Bonita is nestled between the cities of Chula Vista, National City, and San Diego. Bonita is considered a rural and equestrian enclave in the middle of suburbia. It is actually part of the Great Pacific Trail ride that concludes at the ocean. One of the things you'll notice in the evenings is the unusually large amounts of people walking in Bonita, it is only one of the many things to do in Bonita. The recreational life is in my opinion the great draw to Bonita as it community is friendly and it is easy to make new friends from hundreds of residents that walk, run, and ride this trail every day for pleasure and fitness, and the trail has become a vital component of Bonita life for many residents.
I mentioned the Great Pacific Trail earlier and wanted to emphasize that there is still large parcels that allow for horses. Equestrianism has long been a part of the Bonita community, and many trails exist throughout the Lower Sweetwater Valley. There are a number of connections to trails external to Bonita as well. In fact many residents still keep their own horses and can be seen riding the trails regularly.
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