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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Escondido Moving Companies

We have four authorized Allied Van Lines moving agents in the Escondido, CA, area to meet all of your packing, storing, and transportation needs. Each agent is rated at least 4.85 out of 5 stars and is accredited by the BBB. Whether you are moving from Dixon to Lake Hodges, out of state, or out of country, one of our moving agents can help you organize your move from start to finish.

We offer a selection of packing supplies, including boxes, tape, and furniture pads, to ensure that all your items are protected while in transit. You can rely on the movers we'll hire to pack your fragile items so that they arrive in one piece. Our Allied Van Lines moving agents are ready to help you find facilities to temporarily store your winter skiing equipment, classic car, or motorcycle. Call one of our licensed and bonded agents today to learn how they can help with your commercial and residential moving needs. All our services are customized, and we provide free estimates.

Escondido is a hidden treasure just north of San Diego and is located in a shallow valley that’s surrounded by rock hills. Escondido was founded in 1888, and is one of the oldest city in San Diego County.

Today there are more than 147,500 people that live in Escondido. Temperatures stay favorable throughout the year and precipitation averages around 17 inches with higher totals in the hills. There are also three lakes in Escondido and the immediate area - Dixon, Lake Wohlford and Lake Hodges.

Escondido Activities and Attractions

Escondido has a thriving arts sector and is the site of the California Center for the Arts where there are two theaters, a visual arts museum, an educational complex and a conference center. The whole family can head out for a day of fun with hands-on exhibits about natural and social sciences at the Escondido Children’s Museum or learn more about the city’s past at the Escondido History Center.

Downtown Escondido is an active city center with restaurants and cafes. It’s also the site of the popular Cruisin’ Grand every Friday between April and September. During this event, the public brings hot rods and historic cars for others to check out and a different car club or featured attractions is highlighted each week.

There are 15 parks in Escondido including Daley Ranch, a more than 3,000-acre conservation area that has more than 20 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. The most popular trails at the ranch include Boulder Loop Trail and Ranch House Loop. Other parks include El Norte, Grape Day, Kit Carson and Frances Ryan Park.

Moving to Escondido

When you’re searching for an Escondido moving company to help you move into your new home, turn to Allied Van Lines. Allied has 500 agent locations throughout North America and hundreds of customer service representatives available 24/7 to answer any of your questions.

Allied has a long list of services for customers to choose from including full-service or fragile-only packing, box and furniture inventory and assistance with disassembling and assembling your electronics and appliances. If you prefer to do the work yourself, Allied sells self-pack materials such as boxes, dish barrels for kitchenware and stretchwrap for upholstered furniture.



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San Pasqual Union Elementary School

          

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San Pasqual High School

          

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