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  • Adventure City

    1238 S. Beach Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92804-4805

  • Anaheim/OC Walk of Stars

    Corner of Harbor & E. Shuttle Parkway Anaheim, CA 92802



    100 Aquarium Way Long Beach, CA 90802

  • Art Crawl Experience

    205 Center Street Promenade Anaheim, CA 92805

  • Big Bear Zip Line

    1100 Mill Creek Road Big Bear Lake, CA 92315

  • Big Corona State Beach

    Intersection of Iris St. and Ocean Blvd. Corona Del Mar, CA 92625

  • BiPlane Fun

    BiPlane Fun

    5242 Princeton Ave. Westminster, CA 92683
    562-743-8983 BiPlane Fun is a business in Westminster that provides scenic rides along the coast in a restored 1943 World War II Stearman Biplane. You can request as many loops, rolls and spins as your stomach can take, as each flight is personally customized to the lone passenger. But this is no inexpensive ride. The cost is $295 for half an hour of air time, $395 for 45 minutes (recommended as just the right amount of time to settle in and enjoy the ride) and $495 for a full hour. Yep, at those prices, this is definitely a special-occasion experience for us working stiffs. But how many times are you going to get a chance to fly in a biplane in this lifetime? The pilot, a fully licensed flight instructor, will even let you turn the stick and control the rudder if you so desire. While BiPlane Fun is a local company, its Stearman is not hangared here: You take off from Compton Airport. Reservations are a must, but generally, if you call midweek, they can squeeze you in that weekend. More >>

  • Bolsa Chica Wetlands

    Bolsa Chica Wetlands

    Pacific Coast Highway and Warner Huntington Beach, CA 92649

  • Boomers


    3405 Michelson Drive Irvine, CA 92614 Boomers is an amusement park in Irvine. Whether you need a few brush-up swings, or you're working on your comeback, a la The Natural, Boomers' cages have everything you'll need. Grab Wonderboy, or one of the battered aluminum sticks they've got behind the counter, and go rope a few: 70-mph stingers, fast pitch, slow pitch, softball?even bumper boats! Ahem, not that that has anything to do with batting cages; they're just fun, okay? Buy 30 pitches for 2 bucks, or have your own personal home-run derby with an hour's worth. Sure, you'll have a monster blister, but that's what all those skeeball tickets are for: the free batting gloves! Do yourself a favor: Get in good with the staff, and when that time comes along in your life that leaves you at your most desperate, you'll be able to get a job working the cages. It's a step up from the ball-shagger on the driving range, and you'll get the respect of a carny?but with more permanence. More >>

  • Camelot Golfland

    3200 Carpenter Ave. Anaheim, CA 92806

  • Captain Dave

    Captain Dave's Dolphin & Whale Safari

    24440 Dana Point Harbor Drive Dana Point Dana Point, CA 92629

  • Chuck E. Cheese's

    26538 Moulton Pkwy. Laguna Hills, CA 92653

  • Columbus Tustin Park

    17522 Beneta Way Tustin, CA 92780

  • Corona Del Mar State Beach

    Corona Del Mar State Beach

    3100 Ocean Blvd. Newport Beach, CA 92625
    949-644-3151 Corona Del Mar State Beach is in Newport Beach.Since lighting bonfires is prohibited at most beaches, Corona del Mar's gorgeous horizon and fire pits are a nighttime blessing. During the day, the beach is home to beautiful tidepools and picturesque landscapes. By night, the beach transforms into the ideal place for a college beach party. If keggers aren't your thing, head for the coast during a weekday for a quieter firelit evening on the cool sand—just check tide reports before you head out. Make sure to park in the parking lot and not on the streets, lest the hoity toity residents get your car towed. And you better go while you can—NIMBYers are trying to get the South Coast Air Quality Management District to pull out the fire rings from here and all over Southern California because they say they cause cancer and attract unruly crowds, which for them is everyone not from there. More >>

  • Crossroads Riverview Park

    14600 River Road Corona, CA 92880

  • Crystal Cove State Beach (in front of The Beachcomber Cafe)

    15 Crystal Cove Newport Beach, CA 92657

  • Dana Point Festival of Whales

    34675 Golden Lantern Dana Point, CA 92629

  • Dana Point Harbor

    Dana Point Harbor

    34624 Golden Lantern St. Dana Point, CA 92629
    949-923-2255 Dana Point Harbor is in Dana Point. If you're one of the throngs of beachcombers who've taken up paddleboarding (a derivative of the ancient Hawaiian art of standup surfing), then get thyself and thy board over to Dana Point Harbor. Glide past the boats and meander among tall ships and kayaks in the breezy beauty that is Dana Point. You don't even need to own your own board because both rentals and lessons are available through the OC Sailing and Events Center. So, slip on those trunks, board shorts or bikini and join the new outdoor-fitness craze—you might even make some new friends, both land mammal and sea. This is also the place with an aquatics museum, a replica of the boat that made Dana Point famous in the first place, and also the ghost of Big Dana, the waves that used to make this a premier surf spot known as Doheny. More >>

  • Davey's Locker

    400 Main St. Balboa, CA 92661

  • The Desert Institute at Joshua Tree National Park

    74485 National Park Drive Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

  • Disney Hall

    135 N. Grand Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90012

  • Disney's California Adventure

    1313 S. Hardor Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92802

  • Disney's California Adventure

    499 Disney Way Anaheim, CA 92802

  • Disney's Grand Californian Resort & Spa

    1600 S. Disneyland Drive Anaheim, CA 92802

  • Disneyland


    1313 S. Harbor Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92802
    714-781-4565 Disneyland is in Anaheim, and we can write a lot about this place—so let’s go instead with one of the best rides around. It isn't every day you can travel to Bengal and go on a thrilling adventure in search of Indiana Jones. Once you get in line, the park's setting is completely changed. It's an adventure in itself to reach the loading area, as you go through different caves, avoiding diamond-shaped steps, and watch the mini instructional film. The Disneyland ride's illusions and projections vary depending on which door you go through, and the Jeep is bumpy, as though you're actually driving through the rough terrain of an ancient temple in the Amazon. You pass snakes, fire, savages with blow darts and a mummy chamber—but it isn't until the giant boulder threatens to crash into the Jeep that you finally encounter Indy and save him. There isn't any other ride that offers the fun, adrenalin-rush satisfaction of saving the charismatic archeologist. More >>

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