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1170 Fairway Drive
Walnut, CA 91789
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This park offers 124 acres, 60 of which are developed. There are guided nature tours by appointment or you can strike out on your own with a trail brochure. The park features tennis courts, a multipurpose field, volleyball courts, softball diamonds, playgrounds for young children, a bike trail, picnic areas and a sparkling four-acre lake with two fishing piers.
Chino Hills State Park is a 14,102 acre park in the Santa Ana Canyon Hills. The land was originally used for cattle grazing and visitors can see some remaining features from that time, including a ranch house and windmills. In 1984 Chino Hills State Park became a state park. Walk along the miles of trails and see if you can spot the wildlife, such as red-tailed hawks, California gnatcatcher, and bobcats. There are also bicycle and equestrian trails.
Built in the year 1928, it is located in Brea, California. It consists of several community facilities including an Olympic-sized swimming pool called the Brea Plunge, restrooms, play areas, barbecues, basketball court and a gazebo. It is designed in Spanish Revival style architecture, and still retains its original aesthetics. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1984. For details on rates, events and reservations, refer to their website.
This is a great park for sports of every kind. With several baseball diamonds, tennis courts, racquetball courts, volleyball courts and open fields, there is something for everyone. The park covers 124 acres. You can fish for bluegill and catfish in the lake or just watch the ducks float by. Bring the whole family for a day of fun or plan a romantic picnic for two; either way, you'll enjoy every moment of this beautiful park.
Long before it was known for South Coast Plaza, Disneyland and Knott's Berry Farm, Orange County was known for—you guessed it—oranges. Groves of those healthy citrus fruits dotted the landscape. This ranch was one of the biggest, and home to the original Sunkist groves. You can see all of the farming equipment and other memorabilia relating to growing oranges at this museum. There is still a working orange grove on the property. Because tours are by appointment only, it is necessary to schedule your visit at least three weeks in advance.
The Bradford House was the home of A. S. Bradford House. Built in 1902, it is an example of Queen Anne Victorian style architecture. It consists of two stories and 15 rooms that can be explored during public guided tours. This house museum is featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
This is a non-profit botanical garden situated on 26 gorgeous acres of the California State University Fullerton. Botanical collections are sectioned into zones: the temperate zone, the tropical zone and the arid zone. There is a rare fruit grove featuring subtropical fruits like cherimoyas, kiwis, papayas, guavas and rare citrus varieties. The Children's Garden is the site for educational programs and hands-on fun. Also on the grounds is the Heritage House, an Eastlake Victorian cottage built in 1894 by Dr. George C. Clark, an early Fullerton physician, as his home and office. There is a lot of nature and a little bit of history here, making for a wonderful outing. Although admission is free, a voluntary donation is suggested.
This huge water park is enjoyable for the entire family. With speed slides that propel you downward at 35 miles per hour and towering slides, even the most daring adventurers will get their fill of splashy thrills at Raging Waters. Check the website for timings as day to day timings vary.
Located on California State University Fullerton, the Campus Sculpture Collection is an outdoor display scattered throughout the campus. From bizarre to artistic, these sculptures often have a whimsical tone and are made from everything from wax to steel to fiberglass. Walk through the campus to take a look at the artwork, including the Sea Bee which was created from a salvaged fuel ship and it looks like a ship is sinking into the lawn. Some other notable works include Fallen David, a replica of Michelangelo’s David that was broken into pieces during an earthquake of 1987, Arise by Eric Goulder and Lloyd Hamrol's Redoubling Wallpath, to name a few.
California State University Fullerton, the largest of California's State Schools, is located very close to Anaheim and roughly 24 miles from downtown Los Angeles. The university is home to a theater, the Grand Central Arts Center, an arboretum, the Titans Sports Complex and Goodwin Field.
Opening its doors in 1990, this complex was established to celebrate former President Nixon's accomplishments as a peacemaker and an international statesman. From the humble farmhouse built by his father in 1912, to priceless gifts from heads of state, to the peaceful memorials of the President and Mrs. Nixon, the museum and its beautifully landscaped grounds and gardens trace the long road from Richard Nixon's past. In addition to the 22 permanent galleries, the museum has expanded adding the Katherine B. Loker Center and Annenberg Court. At the center of the 47,000 square-foot expansion is a full-size replica of the elegant White House East Room.
The Pomona Arts Colony is home to more than twenty art galleries showcasing contemporary art. The colony comes to life twice every month, on the second and last Saturdays where a free tour of the entire colony is conducted. This place is an art galore in true sense.