Resource Center where seniors can get useful information about benefits, Veterans issues, finance, healthcare, and other services.
Coffee Cart to encourage socialization, friendship and engagement.
Health and Wellness Center for exercise and dance, as well as health-related classes and activities where people can feel the music and enjoy movement and inspiration with their peers.
Accessibility through easy access from the I5 freeway.
Ample Parking that is safe and well-lit.
Garden Area for zen meditation, outdoor dining and friendly relaxation.
*Features subject to change. Opening timeline is targeted for mid 2023.
Together, we are creating an unprecedented place for older adults to thrive. San Diego Oasis and its partners are creating an intellectual, fitness, creative, technology-focused, and socially-fun hub in Rancho Bernardo. Oasis new headquarters will feature an indoor event space for 200 which includes a beautiful outdoor patio, numerous meeting rooms and classrooms, a demonstration kitchen, technology and innovation center, and more. When not used for primary older-adult-focused activities, this 17,800 sq ft building will be available for the community to rent. If your organization is interested in a partnership, please email .
We are pleased to be working with strong partners in bringing a new Oasis home to Rancho Bernardo.
Eileen Haag published community newspapers for more than 20 years and has provided consulting services to a variety of clients. After the Witch Creek fires of 2007, she chaired the RB United Coalition to help Rancho Bernardo recover and rebuild after losing more than 300 homes.
She has chaired the Board of Directors at Casa de las Campanas, a continuing care retirement community, the Rancho Bernardo Community Foundation and has served on the Board of the Poway Center for Performing Arts Foundation.
Barbara has been named a Salvation Army Woman of Dedication, a Soroptimist Woman of Distinction, and has been inducted into the Rancho Bernardo Hall of Fame. Co-Founder and Co-Owner of Rancho Bernardo News.
Barbara Warden was a San Diego City Councilmember who also served as Deputy Mayor and represented the city on SANDAG. Her community service began in Rancho Bernardo on the board of the RB Chamber and the Bank of Rancho Bernardo. Warden was named one of “50 people to watch” in 2003 when she led the Downtown San Diego Partnership. Her bio includes President of the Holiday Bowl, trustee of CSUSM, Palomar Hospital Foundation, Super Bowl committee and the Century Club.
Warden and Haag started a community newspaper, the Bernardo News, in 1971 It was designed to develop an open communication among all neighborhoods and cover local news. Warden and her husband Richard have lived in RB since 1970. They proudly claim 2 sons and 4 grandsons.