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  • Imperial Promenade Water Gardens

    3 Imperial Promenade Santa Ana, CA 92707

  • Independence Park

    801 W. Valencia Drive Fullerton, CA 92832
    714-738-5369

    http://www.ci.fullerton.ca.us

  • Indio International Tamale Festival

    Between Highway 111 and Indio Blvd. Indio, CA 92201
    760-391-4175

    http://www.tamalefestival.net/index.html

  • Irvine Bowl Park

    650 Laguna Canyon Road Laguna Beach, CA 92651
    949-494-1145

  • Irvine Lake

    4621 Santiago Canyon Rd Silverado, CA 92676
    714-649-9111

    http://www.irvinelake.net

  • Irvine Lake

    4621 Santiago Canyon Rd Silverado, CA 92676

  • Irvine Lake Cafe

    Irvine Lake Cafe

    4621 Santiago Canyon Road Silverado, CA 92676
    714-649-9111

    http://www.irvinelake.net Irvine Lake Café is in Irvine Lake in Orange. Okay, so it's not a real lake. But almost. The big blue body o' water formerly known as the Santiago Reservoir was formed by the Santiago Dam (built by none other than, you guessed, the Irvine Co.) in 1931 and was opened to all for fishing fun 10 years later. The Santiago Creek still feeds the 750-acre lake, which sits in a serene wooded area off Santiago Canyon Road; this flow makes for catches of the huge blue catfish during the summer months. But alas, this is Orange County, and what is Orange County without a dash of man-made madness? The lake is also stocked with rainbow, brown, California, gold, steelhead and brook trout between the fall and late spring. So if you rent a boat any time during the year, you're sure to come home with something. Great hot dogs. More >>

  • Irvine Lake Cafe

    4621 Santiago Canyon Road Silverado, CA 92676
    714-649-9111

    http://www.irvinelake.net Irvine Lake Café is in Irvine Lake in Orange. Okay, so it's not a real lake. But almost. The big blue body o' water formerly known as the Santiago Reservoir was formed by the Santiago Dam (built by none other than, you guessed, the Irvine Co.) in 1931 and was opened to all for fishing fun 10 years later. The Santiago Creek still feeds the 750-acre lake, which sits in a serene wooded area off Santiago Canyon Road; this flow makes for catches of the huge blue catfish during the summer months. But alas, this is Orange County, and what is Orange County without a dash of man-made madness? The lake is also stocked with rainbow, brown, California, gold, steelhead and brook trout between the fall and late spring. So if you rent a boat any time during the year, you're sure to come home with something. Great hot dogs. More >>

  • Irvine Meadows Fairgrounds

    8800 Irvine Center Drive Irvine, CA 92618
    949-855-8096

    http://www.livenation.com/irvine-meadows-verizon-wireless-amphitheater-tickets-irvine/venue/73757

  • Irvine Park

    1 Irvine Park Orange, CA 92869
    714-229-0643

  • Irvine Ranch Historic Park

    13042 Old Myford Rd Irvine, CA 92602
    714-973-6609

  • Irvine Regional Park

    1 Irvine Park Road Orange, CA 92869
    714-973-6835

  • Ivey Ranch Hoedown

    110 Rancho Del Oro Road Oceanside, CA 92057
    760-722-4839

    http://www.iveyranch.com

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