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Ring in spring with entertainment, community activities, art, diversity, films and food. From more traditional community festivals to a refined film fest and a weekend full of live blues, you can celebrate with the entire family or plan a day with just adults.
Whether you want to do some hiking, biking or just relaxing away from the hustle of Orange County, these are great places to visit on your next camping trip.
From a boat parade to a number of community carnivals, here are the best ways to celebrate Independence Day in Orange County.
Here are five of the best places regulated to offer bonfire action to you and yours in Los Angeles and environs.
Break open the brie, pop open the apricot preserves and pour a glass of sparkling cider at one of Orange County’s beautiful parks this summer. Instead of following routine the next time hunger strikes, throw a blanket in the car and think of OC’s 27,000 acres of open space lands as your dining canvas. Start at the county’s best spots for a picnic.
Enjoy these coastal accommodations, from luxury oceanfront resorts to moderately priced hotels and beach camping.
Parking at some Orange County beaches will cost more this summer.
A coastal regulator Friday approved a plan to install parking machines and hike holiday parking fees at several popular Orange County beaches.
Whether you are interested in a family outing at the park or a music festival on the beach, these Orange County events have spring written all over them.
The California winter months, with their low temperatures rarely below 40 degrees and rainy days in the single digits, hardly deter camping enthusiasts. Whether you prefer the dry terrain of the desert or the shelter of thick forest trees, these campsites are popular for families and adventure seekers alike.
Southern California is filled with dozens of state parks which preserve the history, culture, and beauty of the Southland.
As the summer heat eases, Southlanders can enjoy some great fall festivals to close out the warmer months.
Of course your entire clan wants the family reunion to be here in SoCal. What better place is there? These locations are big and fun enough to house and entertain everyone.
A new report card on our beaches has been released and, once again, several California beaches received failing marks from the National Resources Defense Council.