The Simpson masterplan is about seven miles east of I-215, 17 miles east of I-15, 16 miles south of I-10, and a 15-minute drive to shopping centers, restaurants, fast food hubs, grocery stores, and a golf club.
The city of Hemet, initially called South San Jacinto, predates the formation of Riverside County when the land was still part of San Diego County. The formation of Lake Hemet helped the city to grow and stimulated agriculture in the area. Camping and fishing is the primary attraction to the lake, which is stocked with rainbow trout, bluegill and largemouth bass. Lake Hemet also boasts of additional recreational activities that include boating, picnicking, hiking, and camping on and around the lake.
The property is located south of Simpson Road, east of California Avenue, and west of El Fuego Road in Hemet, California.
The property is planned for residential development.