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Southern California Vacation Guide

Magical Entertainment and Family Activities

Southern California’s world famous theme parks, classic beach towns, and vibrant culture provide an amazing venue for exciting vacations. Exceptional shopping, premier restaurants, and infinite entertainment are all at your fingertips. Through many years of creating exceptional California vacations for travelers and families from all over the world, we’ve learned the best things to see and do in Anaheim and Orange County. We love sharing our passion for adventure and entertainment with our guests.

Things to Do on your Anaheim Vacation

Our Anaheim vacation rental homes place you at the gates of Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park, and short drive from Universal Hollywood and SeaWorld. This perfect location for Disneyland vacations allows you to easily experience the magic and excitement of California’s world famous family resorts.

Ride Splash Mountain at Disneyland, or visit SeaWorld San Diego and see sea lions and dolphins fly through the air. Universal Hollywood, with its many famous restaurants, shopping, and theme parks, allows you to experience your favorite films in real life. For a full day thrilling rides, visit Disney California Adventure Park.

California Beach Town Activities and Entertainment

Our rentals in San Clemente and Huntington Beach are the perfect place to base your Orange County beach vacation. Discover the best local restaurants and bars, learn how to surf, or spend the day at a secluded beach. Orange County is full of local secrets and exciting beach adventures.

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mission san juan capistrano
(949) 234-1300

Mission San Juan Capistrano is a monument to the multi-cultural history of California and Orange County. The mission was founded in 1775 as a community for Spanish Padres and Native Americans.

Balboa Island

Balboa Island, Newport Beach’s iconic island community, is a special slice of Southern California. Visitors from all over the world come to Balboa Island to experience fine food, famous shops, and an exciting seaside culture.

The Fisherman's Restaurant

Dine on the historic San Clemente Pier in the main restaurant, which offers breakfast, lunch or dinner. Directly across the pier from the restaurant is the Oyster Bar, with outside dining and cocktails.

international surfing museum
(714) 465-4350

The mission of the International Surfing Museum is to preserve the history of surfing culture. The museum displays historical surfboards, photos, memorabilia and more. Surfers from around the world visit the museum to share their stories of surfing and "surf culture."

Huntington Beach

"Surf City USA" where beach/surfer rock 'n roll first began. Evidence of the Beach Boys, T-Birds, surfboards, "surfer girls" is easily seen as you walk up Main Street and along Pacific Coast Highway. Ten miles of uninterrupted beaches line the coast of Huntington Beach.

huntington beach central park
(714) 536-5486

350-acre public park with a picnic facility, four playgrounds, nature center, fishing, Frisbee golf, horseshoes, viewpoint, lakes, equestrian trails, dog park, exercise course, restrooms, three restaurants, library and senior center.