Category Archives: Day Trip

  1. Visit Prado Dam and Reservoir

      This earth-filled dam near the Santa Ana River was built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for flood control and management of the river. It’s located just over 30 miles from the ocean and has been a staple of the Chino Hills area since 1936. It’s also a key source for water storage…

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  2. Orange Street Fair

      Spend Labor Day weekend at the Orange International Street Fair, where 15 streets are packed with a variety of cultural activities, food and drink booths, arts and crafts centers, and so much more. Each street is “themed” with a region/country from around the world with local sponsors, vendors and non-profits coming together to celebrate…

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  3. Orange Street Fair

      One of the most anticipated fairs of the year spans the entire Labor Day weekend! Created in 1973, the Orange International Street Fair was founded in Old Town Orange and now features 15 ethnic “streets” complete with 42 food and drink booths. Non-profits man each booth, and the proceeds go directly back to them….

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  4. Shore Thing!

    A free shore-fishing class is offered Saturday, July 2 in Playa del Rey. The Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and Harbors has fishing poles and bait available at no cost during this special summer event. The most popular fish this time of year include corbina, leopard shark, surfperch, halibut and croaker. There’s no age…

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  5. Hiking Adventures in Anaheim

    Discover the real beauty of the Anaheim area by tackling one of the many local trails. There are various lengths and ratings, so everyone from newbie family hikers to experienced trail runners can find their stride. Try Sturtevant Falls in Pasadena, an easy 3.7 mile hike that takes less than three hours and whisks you…

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  6. Welcome Summer in Anaheim

    Summer Solstice is almost here, and there’s no better way to celebrate it than in sunny Anaheim. The Los Angeles Summer Solstice celebration harkens back to ancient Egypt, marking the Nile flooding season at this time of year. More daylight, warmer weather, and more available outdoor activities is what we celebrate on June 21! You…

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  7. Annual Garden Grove Strawberry Festival

    Now in its 58th year, the annual Garden Grove Strawberry Festival takes place every Memorial Day weekend. From May 27-30, 2016, you can enjoy live entertainment and, of course, the best strawberries California produces. Friday hours are from 1pm-10pm, Saturday and Sunday from 10am-10pm, and Monday 10am-9pm. Veterans are honored at the festival, which is…

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  8. LA Tours in Spring

    It’s cliché, it’s cheesy, and it’s loads of fun. No trip to the Los Angeles area is complete without taking a tour or two. It’s the best way to see all the highlights, especially when you claim a seat on top of a double decker. Recently, some of the Kardashians went undercover as tourists on…

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  9. Disney Character Dining Dinner

    Want to dine Disney-style? Share a meal with Mickey or eat ooey gooey brownies with Goofy? This special dining outing is one you can’t miss! It’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience for kids and parents enjoy the experience just as much. Choose from traditional, family or buffet-style dining.   Available for breakfast, lunch or dinner, you can…

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  10. Visit the Aquarium of the Pacific

    No trip to the golden coast is complete without heading under the sea—or at least visiting the full-time residents! At the Aquarium of the Pacific, the whole family can enjoy a day of meeting sea creatures. Special exhibits are always popping up, and in April there’s the Jellies exhibit, which showcases one of the ocean’s…

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