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  • Cal Bowl

    2500 E. Carson St. Lakewood, CA 90712

  • Camp Hess Kramer

    11495 E. Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265

  • Camp James

    8790 Irvine Center Drive Irvine, CA 92618

  • Camp Pendleton Race Series

    Camp Pendleton Oceanside, CA 92054
    760-725-6836 How "Hard Corps" are you? Want to find out? Enter one or more of these MCCS Semper Fit races. Each will test the limits of your stamina, will power and athletic ability More >>

  • Camp Scherman

    32700 Morris Ranch Road Mountain Center, CA 92561

  • Capistrano Sports Rink

    2 Via Positiva San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

  • Centennial Park

    Centennial Park

    3000 W. Edinger Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92704

    Centennial Park is in Santa Ana. In a soccer-mad city, Santa Ana's Centennial Park is the Indianapolis Speedway of the sport, the place where all fútbolistas aspire to play on manicured fields that host seemingly continuous games from sunrise to 10 p.m. (raza plays 72 hours of soccer per week there, according to city officials). But some of the best action isn't even on the park's four official fields—check out the pick-up games that happen on every available square inch, with backpacks and even books substituting for goal posts, a beehive of humanity that makes the FIFA World Cup seem like an English high tea. The sweetened cinnamon aroma depletes any need for cream or milk to remove the bitterness customary to regular coffee, which might explain why café de olla is typically served strong and black in Mexico. Milk and sugar may be added, but they're certainly not needed. More >>

  • City of Los Alamitos Recreation Services

    10911 Oak St. Rossmoor, CA 90720

  • Club Catalyst

    4221 Rosa Drive Yorba Linda, CA 92886

    (off Bastanchury) More >>

  • Colonel Bill Barber Marine Corps Memorial Park

    4 Civic Center Plaza Irvine, CA 92606

  • Concourse Entertainment Center

    Concourse Entertainment Center

    3364 E. La Palma Ave. Anaheim, CA 92806
    714-666-2695 The beauty of Kingpin's Bar, located inside the Concourse Entertainment Center, is its wealth of recreational opportunities. The bar is equipped with two pool tables and several flat-screen TVs, as well as a massive big-screen. Bartenders pour from a full complement of liquors, and a great selection of beers on tap including: Lost Coast Apricot Wheat, Oatmeal Stout and Hoegaarden Belgian White Ale. For those interested in something a little tamer, Bud Light and the always-delicious wheat-ale Shock Top is available as well. Best of all, the bar is a stone's throw from 40 lanes of bowling. Patrons can shell out extra dough to have multiple lanes enclosed with plush red curtains and be personally attended to by pretty cocktail waitresses. On Friday and Saturday nights, you'll find cosmic bowling, with hip-hop and rock & roll bumped through the state-of-the art sound system. But be forewarned, these nights can get crowded. Luckily, there's a bar at the ready to keep you occupied while you wait for a lane. Happy hour happens Mondays from 2p.m. to closing and Tuesday through Friday 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. More >>

  • Costa Mesa Country Club

    Costa Mesa Country Club

    1701 Golf Course Drive Costa Mesa, CA 92627
    714-540-7500 The Costa Mesa Country Club in—where else?—Costa Mesa provides a great experience, with just about everything you'll need to eat up the weekend. Two full courses, the Mesa Linda and the Los Lagos, have weekday rates from 20 bucks (weekends from $30), plus discounts for fogies and kiddies. There's a driving range, hunky golf pros, daily tournament play and, of course, a full bar for that little drinkie-poo at the 19th hole. This bar also has surprisingly decent food, mostly of an Americana bent but in large platters that’ll feed your foursome. So even if you're a terrible golfer with hand-me-down clubs who couldn't get on a top-notch course even if you could afford it, you can still find total enlightenment on the links of Costa Mesa. Ah, Caddyshack: the sole connection for many of us commoners to the greatest game ever played. But it ain't gotta be that way. More >>

  • Costa Mesa Speedway

    88 Fair Drive Costa Mesa, CA 92626

  • Coto de Caza Golf and Racquet Club

    25291 Vista Del Verde Coto De Caza, CA 92679

  • Country Trail and Riding School

    Country Trail and Riding School

    1 Irvine Park Road Orange, CA 92869
    714-538-5860 Country Trail and Riding School is in Orange. We'd wager that a fair number of the county's current residents haven't put a foot in a stirrup (outside of a gynecologist's office, that is). And can a person blame them? The hills are alive with the bustle of auto commuters trying to navigate the infamous Orange Crush. So why not get on a horse at least once in your life and take a leisurely lope through a blooming meadow while it's still possible? Country Trail & Riding School is a fine place to get back in the saddle (for the first time). Sporting a menagerie of well-behaved steeds and managed by a group of passionate wranglers, they can guide the most inexperienced riders with a soft touch through up to six different loops around Irvine Regional Park. In the spring, meadows surrounding the stables are in full view of lush rolling hillsides and teeming with mustard-seed plants, fennel and buckwheat. An hour ride will set you back $40. More >>

  • Coyote Hills Golf Course

    Coyote Hills Golf Course

    1440 E. Bastanchury Road Fullerton, CA 92835
    714-672-6800 Coyote Hills Golf Course is in Fullerton. Coyote Hills, which boasts unmatched views, a challenging course designed by the late, great Payne Stewart (there's a statue of him out front) and one of the most picturesque holes in all of Orange County: the par-4, 403-yard seventh, with a tee box that represents the highest point in Fullerton. It is said that on a clear day, the "Hollywood" sign is visible from this perch. If you're a slicer or a hooker, you'll find yourself with less time to drink that in than you will looking for your lost balls, as accuracy is required off the tees. Speaking of tees, the par-70 layout has five sets of them, playing 6,510 yards from the tips. After your good walk is spoiled—actually, it's more likely you'll be riding in one of the carts with a full-color GPS device—you'll be greeted by the same friendly staff who will make you feel good about having previously handed them a Benjamin. They'll be the ones politely pointing you to the 19th hole, where you can drown your sorrows while marveling at the view. More >>



    6131 E. Telegraph Road Los Angeles, CA 90040

  • Cypress Recreation and Community Services

    5700 Orange Ave. Cypress, CA 90630