The Adventure Playground is a drop-in facility and available for everyone to enjoy. Explore Adventure Playground's many amenities, including: Tree House; Sensory garden; Climbing poles and stumps; Slides; Art wall; Kids fort zone; Meadows and natural play areas; Large groups, private reservations and birthday parties are not permitted.
It opened in the new community of Baker Ranch on May 28, 2014. Location: From Interstate 405, take Bake Parkway towards the foothills and Lake Forest. You’ll drive quite a few miles past Trabuco and turn left on Dimension Drive where the big Baker Ranch neighborhood sign sits.
The pier is open to fishing, however most visitors will just want to walk out on it for a view back toward the peninsula or to look down onto the surfers enjoying the break here. There is a restaurant at the end of Balboa Pier and others nearby the intersection of Balboa Boulevard and Main Street.
Beacon Park. A park that inspires imagination. Neighborhood gathering spaces shaded by (and among) heritage trees. And the brand-new K-8 Beacon Park School right in the neighborhood. They are the sum of the parts that make up one perfect place - a neighborhood perfect for exploring and imagining and dreaming and discovering.
Divers Cove is 300 feet long and joins Picnic Beach at its southern end. Popular activities include swimming, skin and scuba diving, and body surfing. Hazardous and rip conditions are evident in all directions. This beach is steep and has a shore break under all conditions.
If you are an expert hiker, the Dripping Caves hiking trail provides a excellent entry point into Laguna Canyon and connects to other trails in the canyon, including Car Wreck Trail. The cave’s shelter and cool climate provides an excellent resting point for the hike’s halfway point.
Heritage Hill Historical Park's 4.1 acres includes , four fully restored and furnished historic buildings that span the early history of the Saddleback Valley and El Toro area from the Mexican Rancho era (Serrano Adobe, circa 1863), to the founding of the town of El Toro (El Toro Grammar School, 1890; St. George's Episcopal Mission, 1891), through the citrus farming days of the early twentieth century (Harvey Bennett Ranch House, 1908).
In our continuing effort to document, promote and protect our magnificent California landscape, we are instituting a “paperless” method to keep you informed of the exhibitions and activities of The Irvine Museum Collection at the University of California, Irvine.
Irvine (pronounced /ɜrvaɪn/ ur-vyn) is an incorporated city in Orange County, California, United States. It is a planned city, mainly developed by the Irvine Company since the 1960s. Formally incorporated on December 28, 1971, the 66 square mile (172 km2) city has a population of 212,375 as of the 2010 census.
The IRWD San Joaquin Marsh & Wildlife Sanctuary is a true hidden gem located in the heart of busy Orange County. The marsh encompasses over 300 acres of coastal freshwater wetlands, half of which have been restored to a natural state. The remaining acres are quality habitat and are not in need of restoration. Nearly two-thirds the size of New York City's Central Park, the San Joaquin Marsh & Wildlife Sanctuary has become one of Southern California's most notable nature respites.
Lake Mission Viejo will plant a modest stocking of Tilapia and Catfish on Thursday, June 14th. Staff plans on small stockings throughout the summer, as conditions permit. _____ Delegates Wanted. A number of LMVA Delegate districts are currently not represented.
Main Beach is a nice sandy beach in a broad cove that faces […] See details . Crescent Bay Beach. Crescent Bay Beach is a large popular beach in northern Laguna Beach, CA. The main public access is on Cliff Drive one block from where it begins at North Coast […] See details . Crystal Cove State Park – Los Trancos Beach. Los Trancos Beach in Crystal Cove State Park is at the Historic District area of the park where Los Trancos Creek flows into the Pacific.
Mile Square Regional Park is an urban park located in the City of Fountain Valley and totals 607 acres of land. Within the park's boundaries are three regulation golf courses, three soccer fields, three baseball and three softball diamonds, an archery range and a nature area.
The Orange County Great Park, on a section of the former Marine Corps Air Station El Toro, continues its evolution across approximately 1,300 acres as it attracts visitors to its ongoing amenities. The City of Irvine-owned Great Park is an arts and sports recreational hub.
Parasol Park. Parasol Park brings a whole new energy to Great Park Neighborhoods. Low-maintenance but high-style homes provide exciting options, whether you're a first-time homebuyer or recent empty-nester. Homes at Parasol Park start in the high $500,000s. Take a look at floorplans here.
Peters Canyon Regional Park 8548 E. Canyon View Ave. Orange, CA 92869 (714) 973-6611 or (714) 973-6612 firstname.lastname@example.org Park Hours: 7 a.m. to sunset Trails may be closed for up to three days following rain. Parking Fee: $3 daily. Machine accepts $1 bills and quarters or Visa/Master Card. Annual passes available to purchase in the park office at Irvine Regional Park.
Quail Hill Trailhead is about a 2.9 mile walk around the residential apartments and hills in Irvine. It does submerge you in the feeling of desert toughs without feeling the isolation and proves to be a pretty formidable hike. Now, half way point you can choose whether or not you'd like to go further and turn your hike into a 13-16 mile trek. The terrain increases and it becomes more challenging.
Once you hit the Red Rock Canyon trail, the trail narrows down for about one or two people. You can successfully carry on a conversation with other people without having difficulty and once you hit the Red Rock Canyon, you're bound to pull out your camera and begin the climb to the top.
Santiago Oaks Regional Park 2145 N. Windes Drive Orange, CA 92869 (714) 973-6620 or (714) 973-6622 email@example.com. Open: 7 a.m. to sunset year round. Office Hours 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily Tuesday - Friday and as staff is available Saturday - Monday Trails may be closed for up to three days after rain.
Shaw's Cove is one of the most popular dive sites in Orange County. It is well-protected from large swells, making it highly suitable for the beginning beach divers. For this reason, many scuba classes are held here every weekend. This site is considered by many a beginners' site and many experienced divers stay away from it.
Shaw’s Cove is a small sandy locals beach tucked away below homes in Laguna Beach, CA. There is a public entrance to Shaw’s at the intersection of Fairview Street and Cliff Drive one block from Pacific Coast Highway. From there a long stairway descends to the beach.
About The Wedge: Come visit the Wedge in Newport Beach, California because it is a terrific spot to watch big breaking waves off of the jetty and you don’t have to pay anything to witness up to 30-feet waves right in front of you and feel the mist of the waves crashing.
The University of California, Irvine’s Arboretum has evolved and will see many exciting improvements during the coming months. The new role in the Ayala School of Biological Sciences and mission emphasis will be upon encouraging and assisting teaching and research.
Whiting Ranch Wilderness Park encompasses approximately 2,500 acres of riparian and oak woodland canyons, rolling grassland hills and steep slopes of coastal sage scrub and chaparral. The park is highlighted by scenic rock formations, including the beautiful Red Rock Canyon.
Wild Rivers is working with Irvine to open an upgraded 26-acre water park at the city’s Orange County Great Park, that would feature water slides, an uphill water coaster, water play structures for children, a wave pool, a lazy river and Wild Rivers’ popular Congo River Rapids.