Grab a water bottle, lace up your tennis shoes and go outside to explore some of the beautiful hiking trails in Anaheim. Anaheim is home to the best theme parks, entertainment, dining and hiking trails in Orange County.
Oak Canyon Nature Center & Hiking Trails
6700 Walnut Canyon Road
Anaheim, CA 92805
When visiting a place that’s as historic as Disneyland, why not stay someplace that also has a great story to tell?
Disneyland® Resort Hidden Mickeys are one more layer for the in-the-know Disney fan to discover during their Disneyland vacation. Typically, a disguised three-circle head of Mickey Mouse, the Hidden Mickey has become a phenomenon among Disney fans and the Walt Disney Imagineers who design the theme parks.
You can find Hidden Mickeys throughout the Disney theme parks. Some are obvious while others are very well disguised.
Opened in 1990
It’s hard to believe that this July will mark 27 - years that the Richard Nixon Library and Museum opened in Yorba Linda. Both Bob Hope and Henry Kissinger were on hand with Nixon, along with former presidents Reagan, Ford and then-President George Bush, marking it the first time ever that four presidents had ever attended a public event. A crowd of 50,000 gathered for the ceremony and at the dedication Nixon said, "Nothing we have ever seen matches this moment–to be welcomed home again.”
Are you looking for ways to swoon that someone special this Valentine's Day? We’ve got you covered! Whether your sweetheart is a food fanatic, art lover or adventurer, we’ve curated all of our Anaheim and O.C. favorites just for you!
It's no accident that Anaheim is Orange County's craft beer capital, the first brewery opened in 1870! Since that time, Anaheim's craft beer community has evolved into a rich mix of quality microbreweries and beer festivals. So, whether you're in Anaheim for Disneyland, family fun or a convention — follow along and we'll guide you through some of the best breweries in Orange County.
One of my favorite things about being based in San Francisco is the short flight proximity to so many different adventures!
A 90-minute flight in any direction can transport you to the welcoming waters of sunny SoCal, the earthy green forests of Oregon or the dry, deep deserts of Nevada, on any given weekend. Anaheim had been on my west coast bucket list for quite some time to check out the original Disneyland, but when I finally made it down south to visit my friend AP this Thanksgiving, little did I know how much else there would be to explore.
Among the Hollywood stars, beautiful landscapes, and mostly sunny weather, the people of Southern California are blessed with something extra special: easy access to diverse, authentic cuisine. Indian, Italian, Korean, Japanese, Peruvian, Salvadorean, Polish cuisine—you name it, and chances are you can find it in Southern California.
In 1857, German vintners, actors, and poets left San Francisco after the gold rush to pursue a better life, landing in Anaheim. A rich viticulture grew Orange County’s first city, which by 1880 had a downtown area full of saloons, breweries, and picnic-friendly parks surrounded by vineyards.
A hundred and thirty years later, the city would be part of a different gold rush, this time at the 2014 Great American Beer Festival.