Thank you to our art patrons who purchased tickets and went on our tour.
We love hosting this tour every year and are so happy to be back on schedule.
See you on the tour next year, Saturday and Sunday, May 13 & 14, 2023.
10% of the net proceeds from the Tour will be awarded to several promising students from MiraCosta College, Oceanside
The students will be given a space to display their artwork at the Off Track Gallery during the month of July, 2022
They will be given their cash awards at a reception, Art Night, on Saturday, July 23, 2022 at 6pm.

  • A postage-stamp lot above Moonlight Beach contains three Spanish-style,
    adobe casitas with an artist’s studio attached to one. The yard is overflowing with potted succulents of every hue and variety.

  • Administered by the Christ Presbyterian Church of La Costa, the community
    garden of raised beds evokes a feeling of people working to feed themselves and others. Walking around and looking at the vegetables and fruit growing in the beds is a mouth-watering experience.

  • This ultra modern home on a large property features a vegetable garden, succulents and flowering bushes around a large patio in the back yard. The garage door openings on the house to the patio really brings the outdoors in.

  • This Carlsbad home has a backyard that was built for entertaining. An impressive canyon view plus an abundant array of flowers, fruiting and ornamental trees, and decorative plants add to its ambience.

  • The yard of this home is filled with John’s whimsical and colorful sculpture along
    with beautiful hanging planters made by Muffy. The hardscape around the lovely home built in 1929 accents the extensive succulent collection.

  • One enters the property over a bridge crossing a dry stream. Moving to the back yard and patio, the unique pottery made by the home owner comes into view.

  • The lush landscaping surrounding the home features many varieties of succulents and flowering bushes. A lot of loving care went into designing and planting these gardens.

  • On a large property, the “front yards” of the various buildings are planted with the types of plants you might have seen in Encinitas 100 years ago. It is a stroll back in time with the vintage buildings filled with donated memorabilia.