Category Archives: Activities in Anaheim

  1. Peruvian Cuisine Options

      In nearby Cerritos, you’ll find one of the most popular Peruvian restaurants in Southern California. Located at 11433 South St., El Rocoto Restaurant is known for a sunny room for dining, pisco sours, and a full bar that’s wildly popular for happy hour. The small plates are paired with handcrafted cocktails, and fresh local…

    View Full Post
  2. Don’t Miss the Not-so-Scary Halloween

      Select days in August, September, October, and November, Disneyland hosts a special (and not-so-scary) Halloween gathering. Get your trick or treat on early August 24 and 27 with a uniquely Spooktacular parade, two ghostly fireworks shows, and trick or treat options around the park. August dates are the least busy, but still do sell…

    View Full Post
  3. Explore Mother Colony House

      Take a step back in time and discover the first building in Anaheim. Located at 400 N West St., what’s now known as Mother Colony House was built in 1857. It showcases the American Territorial style cottage and originally consisted of just three small rooms constructed with redwoods. Admire the decorative crest of the…

    View Full Post
  4. Best Ice Cream in Anaheim

    What better way to keep cool than by sampling the best ice cream shops and parlors in Anaheim? Start your sweet retreat at Joe’s Italian Ice, located at 2201 South Harbor Blvd. With Italian ice served Philly-style, soft serve ice cream, and old-fashioned, hand-scooped Dreyer’s, there’s something for everyone. The Bada Bing Cherry, Cactus Cooler,…

    View Full Post
  5. Yorba Regional Park

    Anaheim puts visitors close to several gorgeous parks in southern California, but set your GPS for 7600 East La Palma Ave. and get ready to experience the beauty of Yorba Regional Park. With over 140 acres of lush landscape, trails, picnic tables and lakes, it’s the perfect place to cool down on a hot July…

    View Full Post
  6. Visit Oak Canyon Nature Center

    June is the perfect time to visit one of the most popular parks in the area, located at 6700 E Walnut Canyon Rd. The preserve includes 58 acres, including three canyons, nestled in the foothills of Santa Ana. Elevation ranges up to 825 feet, making it a moderate place to hike and enjoy views of…

    View Full Post
  7. The Richard Nixon Library and Museum

    If you’ve never been to The Richard Nixon Library and Museum in nearby Yorba Linda, you’re in for a real treat. Located at 18001 Yorba Linda Blvd., it’s part museum and part living history as actors bring the era of Nixon to life. Here, you’ll get to see Nixon artifacts up close including pieces from…

    View Full Post
  8. A Great Adventure at Great Wolf Lodge

    Great Wolf Lodge is so much more than an indoor waterpark—it’s the perfect destination for a fun date, family outing, or solo adventure if you’re on an extended business trip in Anaheim and looking for something different to do. Southern California is full of theme parks, and Great Wolf Lodge is conveniently close to Stovalls…

    View Full Post
  9. Fiesta! Cinco de Mayo

    For over 40 years, Cinco de Mayo celebrants have traveled to Anaheim for the massive holiday celebration. What started as a simple gathering in the 1970s has exploded into one of the biggest parties in the country. The holiday, which celebrates the Mexican army’s victory over France in Pueblo, now includes a folkloric dance competition…

    View Full Post
  10. Celebrating Cinco de Mayo

    Every year, over 100,000 attendees flock to Anaheim for the 5 de Mayo Festival. It spans over four days, particularly when Cinco de Mayo falls on a Saturday, and is one of the biggest celebrations in the country. Cinco de Mayo, a relatively small holiday in Mexico, celebrates the Mexican army’s victory over French forces…

    View Full Post

Reasons to Book Direct

  • Low Rate Guarantee

  • #1 Hotel Rewards Program

  • Best Room Selection

Choose Your Dates