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  • Orange Coast Yachts

    201 E. Coast Highway Newport Beach, CA 92660

  • The Resort at Pelican Hill Hotel Review

    The Resort at Pelican Hill Hotel Review

    22701 Pelican Hill S. Newport Beach, CA 92657
    800-315-8214

    http://www.pelicanhill.com

  • Pirate Coast Paddle Co.

    Pirate Coast Paddle Co.

    1131 Back Bay Drive Newport Beach, CA 92660
    949-278-0011

    http://www.piratecoastpc.com

  • Pomona Fairplex

    Pomona Fairplex

    1101 W. McKinley Ave. Pomona, CA 91768
    909-865-4070

    http://www.fairplex.com/fp For a long time, this expansive place in Pomona was known as the L.A. County Fairgrounds, and it's still the annual home of the L.A. County Fair, and has been ever since 1922. The 500-plus-acre facility includes Fairplex Park, a race track with a large adjoining grandstand, which is used in the late summer for the annual concert series, featuring such musicians as The B-52s, Al Green, Los Lobos, Demi Lovato, The Motels, Gloria Trevi, Heart, Earth WInd & Fire, Peter Frampton, Chaka Khan, Gretchen Wilson and Tower of Power. Owned by the County of L.A., the sprawling complex is also the site of a wide variety of conventions, music festivals, trade shows, car auctions, drag racing and other motorsports. More >>

  • Pop Physique

    2937 Bristol St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    714-662-7388

    http://www.popphysique.com

  • San Diego Chargers

    9449 Friars Road San Diego, CA 92108
    619-280-2121

    http://www.sandiego.gov/qualcomm/

  • The Resort on Pelican Hill

    The Resort on Pelican Hill

    22701 Pelican Hill Road S. Newport Beach, CA 92657
    949-467-6800

    http://www.pelicanhill.com The Resort at Pelican Hill is the Irvine Co.'s magnum opus of luxury in Newport Beach—a place purposely designed to give competitors like the St. Regis a run for their money and the rest of us a reason to work harder for ours. At Pelican Grill, its restaurant, expensive cars are lined up like trophies. Inside, there's a show kitchen worthy of Iron Chef America and a dining room populated with couture-wearing socialites. Out on the al fresco terrace, an elevated view of the shimmering Pacific makes you contemplate the world and your place in it. And, oh yeah, the food's good, too. The Newport Beach resort boasts two Tom Fazio-designed (and -revamped) courses—Ocean North and Ocean South—that have drawn comparisons to Pebble Beach because of their beauty and magnificent ocean views. Of the pair, the North Course is the more wide-open, less difficult and most scenic. There are spectacular ocean views from every tee on the 7,000-yard, par 71 course. And the land surrounding the course is not lined with the cottages you'll find at other world-class golf destinations. More >>

  • Rhiannan Nichole's Premier Pole

    22511 Aspan St. Lake Forest, CA 92630

    http://www.premierpole.com

  • Ridgeline Country Club

    1051 N. Meads Orange, CA 92869
    714-771-2410

  • The Rinks - Westminster Ice

    The Rinks - Westminster Ice

    13071 Springdale St. Westminster, CA 92683
    714-248-9611

    http://www.westminstericerink.com Westminster Ice is in Westminster. This goliath ice rink just east of the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Depot is a mecca for aspiring hockey players and figure skaters. And for the more adventuresome, there are weekly curling classes and pickup games. The rink, which opened in 2001, is a sister facility to Anaheim Ice, which is the practice rink for the Anaheim Ducks. (In fact, the pro-shop link on the Westminster facility homepage actually takes you to the Anaheim pro shop.) As with the Anaheim rink, you can rent skates here, but if you're in the market for your own stuff, the pro shop is well-stocked with a wide selection of hockey and figure-skating gear: sticks, helmets, protective pads—even those cute zebra-patterned blade protectors. The young staff is well-trained in fitting you or your kid with the right skates and will sharpen your blades while you wait. More >>

  • The Rinks

    The Rinks

    5555 McFadden Ave. Huntington Beach, CA 92649

  • The Rinks- Anaheim Ice

    300 W. Lincoln Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92805
    714-518-7465

  • RoadRunner Sports

    1835 Newport Blvd. Costa Mesa, CA 92627
    714-697-7511

    http://www.roadrunnersports.com

  • Rock-n-Bowl

    3364 E. La Palma Ave. Anaheim, CA 92806
    714-666-2695

    http://www.concoursebowling.com

  • Rosie's Dog Beach

    4800 E Ocean Blvd Long Beach, CA 90803

    http://www.rosiesdogbeach.com

  • San Clemente Community Center

    100 N. Calle Seville San Clemente, CA 92672
    949-492-7175

  • San Clemente Golf Club

    San Clemente Golf Club

    150 E. Avenida Magdalena San Clemente, CA 92672
    949-361-8380

    http://www.sanclementegc.com The San Clemente Golf Club is in San Clemente. Green fees at this 18-hole, Billy Bell-designed municipal golf course equal what you'd tip the bag boys at private or overpriced public clubs. And even the links for the upper-snothead set that hug the coast can't beat the "Pride of the Pacific" when it comes to stunningly beautiful ocean views. Set on land San Clemente founder Ole Hanson donated to the city in 1930, the course features challenging elevation changes and a Par 5 on the back nine that is among the goofiest encountered in Orange County. For those who desire actual exercise with their golf—imagine that!—you can walk the San Clemente course without getting the stink-eye from the starter. If you can produce proof that you reside in San Clemente, you'll get on the city-owned course for a ridonkulously low 18 bucks on weekdays and $25 on weekends and holidays (with the $50 purchase of an annual resident-discount card). It's almost worth buying a house down there just for the privilege—especially if it's one of the cute cottages that line many holes. More >>

  • San Diego Sports Arena

    3500 Sports Arena Blvd. San Diego, CA 92110
    619-225-8529

  • San Juan Hills Golf Club

    32120 San Juan Creek Road San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
    949-493-1167

  • The Sandlot Academy

    26834 Vista Terrace Lake Forest, CA 92630
    949-716-7116

    This unique facility offers Pro-Batter and Iron Mike pitching machines, dedicated baseball, T-ball, and softball training areas, professional instruction, the latest computerized training technologies, and a fully stocked Pro shop. More >>

  • Santa Ana Country Club

    20382 Newport Blvd. Santa Ana, CA 92707
    714-545-7260

    http://www.santaanacc.org

  • Santa Ana Lawn Bowling Club

    510 E. Memory Lane Santa Ana, CA 92706

    http://www.santaanalawnbowling.com

  • Santa Ana River Jetties

    Santa Ana River Jetties

    Seashore Drive, off Pacific Coast Highway Newport Beach, CA 92663

    The Santa Ana River Jetties are where Newport Beach and Huntington Beach meet. There are OC beaches with better surfing, less pollution and more unspoiled beauty, but when you've got to hit the beach right now, there is no beating the Santa Ana River jetties. Unlike the state park on the Huntington Beach side of the river and its $10-per-space parking, you can usually find a free slot outside the residential area on the Newport Beach side. You'll also find more spaces on the sand for your towel, umbrella and cooler. Just a few blocks south of the river mouth that flushes out stinky mud, polluted water and ear infections whenever it rains is a great surfing spot known for consistently shaped waves that are best plied by watermen and waterwomen who know what they are doing. On the other side of Pacific Coast Highway from the beach are cafés, a motel, a tattoo shop, an Army/Navy store and the Frog House surf shop. More >>

  • Santa Ana Stadium

    602 N. Flower St. Santa Ana, CA 92702
    714-647-6538

    http://www.ci.santa-ana.ca.us

  • Santa Anita Park

    Santa Anita Park

    285 W. Huntington Drive Arcadia, CA 91007
    626-574-7223

    http://www.santaanita.com It's all about the ponies at Santa Anita Race Track; just ask anyone at the Arcadia-based horse racing track. Spend a couple of hours there and you'll be poring over betting tips with your burger at Clocker's Corner café and looking over a jockey's shoulder at the stables to catch a glimpse of the day's Racing Form. The original 1907 track is still beautiful enough to hold the Breeders' Cup, a November highlight for racing fans set against the backdrop of palm trees and the San Gabriel Mountains. During the warm summer months, the infield plays host to the 626 Night Market, a recurring Asian food and crafts festival. But regardless of whether you're in those worn green stands or pressed into a box with friends, crumpled losing tickets on the ground, it's still all about the ponies. More >>

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