Located on the Eastern end of the city, Anaheim Hills is known for its scenic views, public golf course, saddleback and tennis clubs, and clean, gracious atmosphere. Anaheim Hills, which includes both Peralta Hills and East Hills, is adjacent to the Orange County Regional Parks system, where canyons, hills, hiking and horse trails run alongside the quiet communities.
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With so much to see and do, this is the place any night of the year. This high-energy nighttime entertainment district is the place to experience the greatest variety of always-changing entertainment. Here, visitors will find entertainment, dining, and shopping, including the famous House of Blues, a 12-screen movie theater, an ESPN sports zone, and the Build-A-Bear Workshop store.
Buena Park boasts it’s named “E-Zone” as the attraction and entertainment capital of Southern California. Home of the Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum, and Knott’s theme park, the Movieland Wax Museum, and the Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament, Buena Park is an attraction in itself.
Once a small agricultural area, Yorba Linda’s population growth has been exploding since the 60’s when it began to transform into a more modern community. The small town originally receives its name from the Spanish exploration of Orange County by Jose Yorba. With nineteen parks of 135 acres, the town remains a small and quaint place.
Just two miles away from Disneyland, Garden Grove is proud of being the home of the world-famous Crystal Cathedral and its close proximity to the Mojave Desert and San Bernardino Mountains. Reflecting the cultural diversity of the city, their motto is: “The City of Youth and Ambition.”
Being the financial and governmental center of Orange County, Santa Ana residents believe it to be the only “true” urban area in Orange County. The city is unique for its ethnic and cultural diversity as well as the Bowers Museum of Cultural Arts, Discovery Museum of O.C., Santa Ana Zoo, and Historic Downtown Santa Ana.
Home to the College World Series Champion Titans, this small town has plenty to offer. Whether you want a quiet dinner for two, feel like dancing, or want to relax and have a couple of drinks with friends, downtown Fullerton has plenty of restaurants, lounges, and bars that will keep you entertained all night.