Splitrock Farm & Retreat

Splitrock Farm & Retreat is launching Splitrock Spirits, a Seed- to Sip Agricultural Micro-Distillery at the top of De Luz Heights in North County San Diego. More details to come.

Far away, close to home.


Recent Land History

Preface: Splitrock and its current founders are merely caretakers of this amazing land and wish to share its fertile abundance, radiant energy, and inspiring beauty.

Fallbrook and the land on which Splitrock sits was originally settled by the LuiseƱo indigenous people from which the current Pala Band descended. Spanish arrived in the late 1700s, with the first settlement recorded in 1846. Westerners began moving in in the late 1800s into the 1920s as the region became known for tree farming, beginning with olives.

The land under Splitrock has shown no signs of early settlement (so far). The first evidence of settlement was a homestead built in the 1920s that housed a nudist colony. The center of Splitrock is still hidden from view from any neighboring homes due to the steep layers of hills. The nudists were self-sustaining on the abundant land, but eventually the land transformed into an avocado grove helping Fallbrook become the Avocado Capital of the World.


39032 Harris Trail, Fallbrook, CA 92028


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