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Upscale semi-rural community with an idyllic valley landscape.

Welcome to Moraga

Upscale semi-rural community with an idyllic valley landscape

Moraga is an upscale semi-rural community nestled in the rolling hills of the Moraga Valley. Moraga’s sylvan landscape provides an idyllic place to call home within easy reach of San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley via BART and Highway 24. The community’s valley setting insulates it from the famous San Francisco fog and provides a mild Mediterranean climate. Moraga’s gorgeous surrounding landscape provides plenty of trails and outdoor recreation space for enjoying the good weather.

Homes in Moraga range from classic ranch-style properties to stunning contemporary custom builds. The sloping hillsides provide many of these homes with captivating views of Mount Diablo and the Moraga Valley. Housing options also include private gated communities and golf course view properties overlooking Moraga Country Club.

What to Love

  • Semi-rural peacefulness
  • Gorgeous Moraga Valley scenery
  • Exquisite homes
  • Convenient access to nearby big cities

People & Lifestyle

Moraga has a close-knit feel with community events throughout the year. Young families are drawn into the area by its semi-rural peacefulness, outstanding schools, and the many activities available to children. Many local children enroll in programs with the Lamorinda Youth Association and Moraga Baseball Association. There are miles of trails and acres of open space that make it easy to forget how close Moraga is to some of California’s most bustling metropolises.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Moraga has two main commercial areas located along Moraga Road. At Moraga Road’s northern intersection with Rheem Boulevard, the Rheem Theater is a four-screen 1950s movie house that shows a mix of the latest blockbuster and independent releases. The Rheem Valley Shopping Center strip mall has familiar stores such as T.J. Maxx, Dollar Tree, CVS Pharmacy, and HomeGoods. Dining choices in this area include delicious pan-Asian dumplings, salads, and noodles at Noodle Theory and mouthwatering oversized burgers and pies at the retro Nation’s Giant Hamburgers. You can also work up an appetite or burn off calories at Rheem Boulevard’s 24 Hour Fitness. Across the street from 24 Hour Fitness, California Academy of Performing Arts (CAPA) offers ballet, jazz, tap, contemporary, and hip hop dance classes for children of all ages. CAPA provides one-to-one coaching and tuition and stages a variety of performances throughout the year as well. Where Moraga Road meets Moraga Way in the south, Joy in Motion provides a similarly diverse range of dance classes for children, teens, and adults. Canyon Club Brewery is a friendly neighborhood tavern with a large beer garden serving a range of house-brewed beers and southern-style bar eats. Stores and restaurants at Moraga Shopping Center include Safeway, Taiwanese bubble tea spot iTea, and family-run Sicilian-style Italian restaurant La Finestra. Each Sunday, Moraga Farmers’ Market at the Moraga Shopping Center features more than 40 vendors selling locally-grown produce and gourmet foodstuffs. Other facilities in Moraga include the Moraga Library, which hosts community events ranging from toddler storytime to AARP tax assistance programs.

Things to Do

Moraga offers an abundance of outdoor recreation with access to numerous parks and hiking trails. Moraga Commons Park has playgrounds, picnic areas, sports courts, a skate park, and a water spray feature in the heart of the community on Moraga Way. This community hub hosts many events throughout the year, including Fourth of July entertainment and fireworks, September’s Pear & Wine Festival, and a Thursday night Summer Concert Series at the Commons Bandshell. Amid the rolling hillsides of Moraga’s southern outskirts, Rancho Laguna Park has swings, tot lots, picnic areas, a sprawling lawn, and an amphitheater. Events at Saint Mary’s College of California’s Moraga campus include West Coast Conference NCAA basketball games, special lectures, and plays. Orinda Moraga Pool Association hosts frequent championship swim meets at Campolindo High School’s Soda Aquatic Center. Moraga Education Foundation supports special programs at Moraga’s public schools with regular fundraising galas and events. The romantic Spanish-style estate of Hacienda de las Flores hosts community events with a series of Hacienda Nights throughout the summer, featuring food trucks and outdoor movie screenings. Members of Moraga Country Club can enjoy the gorgeous rolling scenery of the Moraga Valley on an 18-hole golf course designed by Robert Muir Graves. Other amenities at Moraga Country Club include 12 lighted tennis courts, a pool complex, spas, and a 22,000 square foot clubhouse with bar, dining, and lounge areas. Residents can also explore Moraga’s beautiful surrounding landscape with hikes, bike rides, and horseback rides along the Lafayette-Moraga Trail and the densely forested Redwood Trail.


Public schools in Moraga are zoned to the Moraga Elementary and Acalanes Union High School Districts. Highlights include:

  • Los Perales Elementary School, Public, K-5
  • Donald L. Rheem Elementary School, Public, K-5
  • Camino Pablo Elementary School, Public, K-5
  • Joaquin Moraga Intermediate School, Public, 6-8
  • Campolindo High School, Public, 9-12.
  • The Saklan School, Private (Nonsectarian), PK-8
  • Saint Mary’s College of California, Private (Roman Catholic), Higher Education

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