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  • Anaheim Hills Golf Course

    6501 E. Nohl Ranch Road Anaheim, CA 92807

  • Anaheim Hockey Club

    1000 N. Edward Court Anaheim, CA 92806

  • Anaheim Stadium

    2000 Autry Way Anaheim, CA 92806

  • Angels Stadium Of Anaheim

    Angels Stadium Of Anaheim

    2000 E. Gene Autry Way Anaheim, CA 92805
    714-940-2070 Angels Stadium of Anaheim is where your Anaheim Angels of Anaheim play, It’s probably most famous for the Big A scoreboard in the parking lot, and for the two big helmets outside the ticket stand. It underwent a major renovation in the 1990s, and it’s now one of the oldest stadiums in baseball because almost every other major league baseball team has decided to go with newer venues in that time period. But it’s also a great place for people watching. Are you dying to see Orange County's power brokers (and their sycophants) in person? Just go to any Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim game, whip out your binoculars in your crappy, upper-deck seats, and focus on the seats nearest to home plate. You'll see multimillionaire corporate executives, judges, labor-union bosses, FBI agents, nightclub owners, ex-professional athletes, trust-fund babies, Orange County Register columnists, prosecutors and, yes, even high-priced call girls. More >>

  • 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 >>

  • Dad Miller Golf Course

    Dad Miller Golf Course

    403 N. Gilbert St. Anaheim, CA 92801
    714-765-3481 Dad Miller Golf Course is in Anaheim. Years ago, a commercial ran over the Southern California teevee waves that featured Dad Miller, who looked to be about 100, boasting about having earned his first hole-in-one at age 93. That was on hole No. 11 on his course in December 1970. Miller's ace came when his course was seven years old and five years before the birth of Eldrick Tont Woods in nearby Cypress. By the time that boy was in high school, folks were calling him Tiger and Dad Miller was Tiger Woods' home course. Despite all those years and all the play Dad Miller continues to get, it is still a heckuva course: flat, amazingly well-maintained and lined with mature trees that attract balls like magnets. As does the lake. And the many, many sand traps. But don't let those or the flippin' 614-yard par 5 freak you out. Dad Miller is otherwise on the short side, making it a great course to walk and on which to learn the game—and the green fees are reasonable. More >>

  • Diamond Stadium

    2000 E. Gene Autry Way Anaheim, CA 92805

  • Honda Center

    Honda Center

    2695 E. Katella Ave. Anaheim, CA 92806
    714-704-2400 Yeah, this place is used to being the home of the Ducks, but things can get a whole lot rowdier when they clear off the ice and set up the stage. Home to the biggest--and we mean Springsteen-sized— concerts in OC, the Honda Center is the mecca for those looking for the iconic concert experience. Across the street from Angel’s Stadium, this “Grade A” big box venue houses both state of the art sound and grand stable of concession stands food and beer that’s not just, well, food and beer. On the way to your seats at the next trip to see The Who, Rihanna of the Killers, stop off at Blue Water grill and grab a craft brew, a lobster roll or the one of the best cheesteaks in OC. All of that will go down nicely while you’re fist pumping to your heart’s content. More >>

  • The Islands Golf Center

    The Islands Golf Center

    14893 E. Ball Road Anaheim, CA 92806
    714-630-7888 The Islands Golf Center is in Anaheim. Imagine hitting golf balls over a placid sea while aiming for lush green islands that peek through crystal-blue water. Imagine the splash of the water when the island is missed—and the feeling of accomplishment you'd get when that friendly plunk was absent. Such a place would be a regular golfers' paradise. Now, you may be thinking that this place sounds too good to be true, but it exists right here in Orange County. And the Islands Golf Center kicks major ass. After all, hitting golf balls onto plain ol' grass is so last season. This section of Anaheim also has a lake for fishing, and a regular course so you can get in nine holes before practicing again. What’s also awesome about this place is that it’s super-cheap and attracts all sorts of people from Orange County, and even a couple from the Inland Empire. More >>

  • Linbrook Bowl

    Linbrook Bowl

    201 S. Brookhurst St. Anaheim, CA 92801

  • Linbrook Family Billiards

    2220 W. Lincoln Ave. Anaheim, CA 92801

  • The Rinks- Anaheim Ice

    300 W. Lincoln Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92805

  • Rock-n-Bowl

    3364 E. La Palma Ave. Anaheim, CA 92806

  • Sky Zone Anaheim

    1301 Kellogg Drive Anaheim, CA 92899

  • Yorba Regional Park

    7600 E. La Palma Ave. Anaheim, CA 92807