There are a number of ways to get to The HomeStead. . . .however we have found that these is the most direct routes depending on your direction.
Heading East on I10 take exit 90 - Cherry Valley. Turn LEFT, going over the interstate for approx 3 miles to the STOP LIGHT - Beaumont Ave. Turn LEFT onto Beaumont Ave heading up the hill for about 5.9 miles. (Beaumont Ave turns into Oak Glen Road) Turn RIGHT into the HomeStead Driveway.
Heading West on I10 take Exit 94 - Beaumont Ave. Turn RIGHT onto Beaumont Ave (heading north) for approximately 8.8 miles. (Beaumont Ave. turns into Oak Glen Road) Turn RIGHT into The HomeStead driveway.
Heading East on The 60 Freeway. . .the 60 and I10 meat in Beaumont. Take Exit 94 - Beaumont Ave - turn LEFT going over the interstate. Heading North for approximately 8.8 miles. (Beaumont Ave. turns into Oak Glen Road) Turn RIGHT into The HomeStead driveway.
We have signs on both the right and left sides of the street at our driveway.
Turn by Turn Directions to The HomeStead
Oak Glen info
Holiday Inn Express & Suites 951-769-3600 (9 miles)
1864 Oak Valley Village Circle . Beaumont . CA . 92223
Hampton Inn 951-922-1000 (11 miles)
6071 Joshua Palmer Way . Banning . CA . 92220
Serendipity Ranch Bed & Breakfast (1.6 miles) 909-797-0253
11520 Green Lane . Oak Glen . CA . 92399
There are NO gas stations in Oak Glen. Below we have listed the gas stations that are nearest to The HomeStead.
The West entrance of Oak Glen - the "Yucaipa Side": Union 76, 8 miles from The HomeStead. 12045 Bryant St. Yucaipa CA 92399.
The East entrance of Oak Glen - the "Beaumont/Cherry Valley Side":
Shell, 6 miles from The HomeStead.
10501 Beaumont Ave. Cherry Valley, CA 92223.
The HomeStead is an outdoor venue so you'll be celebrating under the stars. At 4734' elevation Oak Glen will generally be 10 or so degrees cooler then most inland cities.
A light sweater for a May or June evening reception is always a good idea.
For those attending a Fall event, late September to mid - November, you'll want to have a jacket or coat in the car ... just in case.
Most apple farms and businesses in Oak Glen are open year round. . . but things really start hopping when Fall rolls around. Raspberries are ready to pick mid to late August and finished mid to late September. Apples are generally ready starting the first week of September. The apple season wraps up with the Apple Butter Festival on Thanksgiving weekend.
Raspberries, apples varieties you would find in the store, fresh pressed cider, mini donuts, caramel apples, hard cider and apple wine. . . .there are treasures through out The Glen.
The HomeStead has the Oak Glen Applegrowers' Association "Red Brochure" - the essential map of farms, restaurants, shops, services, and businesses throughout Oak Glen. Pick one up at The HomeStead. . . .we always have them in the beverage / bar area at all events.
Brides and Grooms, we can supply you with "Red Brochure" maps if you would like to include them in welcome packets for your out of town guests.