Hemet, CA – A “Most Walkable” City

Hemet, CA – A “Most Walkable” City, Hemet, California (B)

I recently had the opportunity to visit Hemet, California. It’s not the first city you think of when you think of California. I mean, it’s not Los Angeles, San Francisco, or San Diego. Unless you live within 100 miles of it, you probably haven’t heard of it. But Redfin discovered it and named it one of the Top Ten Walkable Cities in southern California for 2016.

I shouldn’t tell you what I love about Hemet. It’s pretty nice the way it is, and I wouldn’t want it to become too touristy, after all. But then, what kind of cad would I be if I didn’t share with you a place that really touched my heart?

My visit with a travel blogging group was hosted by Visit San Jacinto Valley in October. While they did much to make our visit a pleasant one, it was really the people of Hemet themselves who endeared me to their city. Everywhere I went, people were warm and welcoming, happy to help or to talk about why they loved living there.

My focus will be on downtown Hemet, the streets surrounding the intersection of State St. and Florida Ave. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Hemet, CA – A “Most Walkable” City
Guide Location: USA » Hemet
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Tamara Wilcox
Read it on Author's Website: http://www.postcardsandpassports.com/hemet-ca-most-walkable-city/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Victorian Bridal Museum
  • Hemet Valley Art Association gallery
  • Downtown Deli & Coffee Company
  • Diamond Valley Arts Council
  • Sweet Baby Jane’s BBQ
  • Harvard St Music Exchange
  • Hemet Public Library
  • Fire Station
  • Hemet Museum
  • Destination Coffee Bar & Bistro
  • Historic Hemet Theatre Foundation