Category Archives: Day Trip

  1. Seal Beach

      Just 20 miles from downtown Anaheim and south of the much more famous Long Beach is the quaint coastal town of Seal Beach. Here, you’ll find much less hustle, bustle and tourism. It’s the perfect getaway for Anaheim visitors, full of quaint shops, dining and attractions. It’s the northern gate to the 42 miles…

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  2. Whale Watching Season Begins!

      Newport Beach whale watching season begins January 1 with a special $16 entry. The gray whale begins the longest major migration of all marine mammals this season, with several thousand whales migrating along Newport Beach. Returning from the Baja California lagoon through April, it’s common to see at least five whales on an average…

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  3. It’s a Ghost Town!

      The Calico Ghost Town is just a short drive from your Anaheim hotel, located at 36600 Ghost Town Road in Yermo. Open every day, except Christmas, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., you can make camping reservations by calling 800-TO-CALICO, or simply stop by the Wild West mining town that’s been a tourist favorite…

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  4. Black Star Canyon

      Don’t think all the stars in the L.A. area are in Hollywood! At Black Star Canyon, you can get away from the bustle of the city without having to travel far. This remote canyon in the Santa Ana Mountain Range is a watershed and popular spot for mountain bikers, hikers and star gazers.  The…

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  5. Orange Street Fair

      One of the most anticipated fairs of the year spans the entire Labor Day weekend! Created in 1973, the Orange International Street Fair was founded in Old Town Orange and now features 15 ethnic “streets” complete with 42 food and drink booths. Non-profits man each booth, and the proceeds go directly back to them….

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  6. Annual Garden Grove Strawberry Festival

    Now in its 58th year, the annual Garden Grove Strawberry Festival takes place every Memorial Day weekend. From May 27-30, 2016, you can enjoy live entertainment and, of course, the best strawberries California produces. Friday hours are from 1pm-10pm, Saturday and Sunday from 10am-10pm, and Monday 10am-9pm. Veterans are honored at the festival, which is…

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  7. Take an LA Tour

    Whether you want an official Disney tour, winery tour, tour of stars’ homes, or a whale watching expedition, an LA-area tour is a must for anyone visiting Anaheim! A Day in LA Tours offers an eclectic mix of options, and you can choose which area of Southern California to discover or customize a private tour,…

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  8. Discover the Dana Point Festival of Whales

    Every March, the Dana Point Festival of Whales gives you the opportunity to get a close look at the annual migration. On March 5th and 6th as well as the 12th and 13th, Anaheim is celebrating the 45th year of whale watching festivities with an epic two-weekend event. It’s the best time of year for…

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  9. Hot Air Balloon Options

    Equally romantic and exhilarating, hot air ballooning is a chance to see the world from a brand new perspective. In Anaheim there are many options to check out the beaches, Disneyland, and more from the cloudless blue skies. Try The Great Park Balloon Ride, one of the most established and popular companies in Anaheim, conveniently…

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  10. OC Music Scene – Laguna Beach Music Festival

    Orange County has a long list of exciting and fun festivals throughout the year. This weekend, enjoy one of the many festivals that makes our area so great. The Laguna Beach Music festival is four days full of beautiful performances and great musicians blending beautiful and artful classical music with lively contemporary music. Renowned musicians…

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