Entertaining kids around Orange County could just be one of the easiest things to do because of the vast choices of kid-friendly spots that will surely catch the fancy of kids of all ages.
The Official tourism website of the Orange County local government has rounded up fun activities that will be of interest to children and their families. Find out more about Huntington Beach CA
“Orange County, California is as kid-friendly as a destination can get! Attractions like Disneyland and Knott’s Berry Farm (home of Camp Snoopy) top the list, of course. Plus endless beach activities like kayaking and other water sports and park recreational fun can occupy much of your trip. Add to that water parks, skate parks, interactive museums and discovery centers, go-kart racing, bowling alleys, ice skating & roller skating in Orange County! There’s also shopping malls , kids concerts and shows and much, much more – and you’ve got yourself a fantastic family getaway!”
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Another popular activity around Orange County is playing in trampoline parks. The website OC Register recommends this to parents of very active children. In their article that enumerated family-friendly activities around Orange County, trampoline parks is one of their recommended kid-spot. Things to Do in Huntington Beach Other than Surfing
“Go ahead and jump. Kids (and adults) can get their wiggles out at several trampoline places throughout Orange County. Other activities depending on venue include dodgeball, basketball, foam pits and an arcade area. Check with each venue as to “open jump” times, special events, liability waivers and sock requirements. Venues: Sky Zone, Anaheim Hills and Westminster; Big Air, Buena Park and Laguna Hills; Get Air Surf City, Huntington Beach; Sky High Sports, Costa Mesa; and Rockin’ Jump, Santa Ana.”
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Sun, Sand, and Sea
For families with babies, the blog Fun Orange County Parks meantime recommends going to the Baby Beach which is in Dana Point Harbor. The calm waters, according to the website author, plus the crowd in this beach, makes for a wonderful place to make the babies splash around. Best Resort Hotels in Huntington Beach
“I get to Dana Point Harbor from all sorts of directions (Moulton to Golden Lantern, Crown Valley Parkway to Pacific Coast Highway (PCH), I-5 to PCH). Look at the map to see what makes the most sense for you. Taking the “Beach Cities” exit off Interstate 5 takes you right to the pedestrian bridge over PCH. Turn left onto Dana Point Harbor Drive and wind past Doheny Beach and the main shops at the Harbor. Keep driving past Golden Lantern and turn into the parking area right before Cove Road.”
Read their tips about taking the family to Baby Beach in their original article here.
Kids will definitely enjoy the vibe of OC!
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