Category Archives: Things To Do in Anaheim

  1. Ragnar So Cal

      Ragnar races are some of the most challenging and brutal, and if you’re headed to Southern California for the spring Ragnar So Cal, you deserve a local Anaheim hotel with all the comforts of home. Although the Ragnar demands you and your team sleep in unorthodox locations during the actual race, before and after…

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  2. Dance Clubs in Anaheim

      Why drive to L.A. when some of the best dance clubs in Southern California are right in Anaheim? Check out Bravo Nightclub, located at 1490 S Anaheim Blvd. It’s a mostly Latin club with a variety of themed nights ranging from goth to gay night, so always check the calendar to ensure you don’t…

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  3. Whiting Ranch Wilderness Park

      Just a short drive from Anaheim is sprawling Whiting Ranch Wilderness Park, located at 27901 Glenn Ranch Rd, Trabuco Canyon. Explore 17 miles of equestrian, biking, and hiking trails amidst stunning canyons and rock formations. Recent changes have made the park accessible via a trail at Glenn Ranch Road. Open from 7 a.m. to…

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  4. Top Anaheim Parks

    Anaheim might be a geographically small town, but it’s jam packed with gorgeous green spaces including a variety of parks. Whether you want to take the kids to a well-kept playground, plan your jogging route to hit each park, or you’re planning an outdoor picnic, take a look at all the parks this town has…

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  5. Long Beach Comic Expo

    On February 17 and 18, head to the Long Beach Convention Center for the annual Long Beach Comic Expo. You’ll be in your element as comic books and pop culture mesh for one of the most anticipated showcases of the year. Meet the writers, artists, and illustrators behind your favorite comics, attend workshops and lectures,…

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  6. Tasting Rooms in Anaheim

      In the mood for a delicious tour of Anaheim? Check out one of the many tasting rooms in town, like the Alfresco Tasting Terrace in Disneyland’s park. It’s the kind of experience you didn’t know Disney offered: You can take your wine or beer tasting off the terrace to explore the park. Adults love…

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  7. Ice Skating

      The Rinks is a local chain of ice skating venues, with a location right in Anaheim. It’s where you can catch ice hockey games, figure skating competitions, host a private event or simply show up for an open skating session. Feeling a little rusty, brand new to skating or want to improve your form?…

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  8. Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum

    You don’t need to be a fan of Tricky Dick to enjoy the exhibits and special events at this unique Anaheim landmark. The new museum and library is open to the public, and 1,600 newly released pages of Warren “Bill” Gulley’s documents from the White House Central Files are on display. The events described in…

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  9. The Reptile Zoo

      Creepy and crawly? The Reptile Zoo gives visitors a new perspective on reptiles, and it all starts with the famous ambassador Frank the Zila Monster. A warm (albeit cold-blooded) welcome from Frank gives guests a sneak peek at what to expect. In 1988, owner Jay Brewer’s Prehistoric Pets shop kept growing at such a…

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  10. Get Your Run On

      November in Southern California has the perfect weather for a run, whether you’re challenging yourself to your first 5k or you’re in the midst of marathon season. The Anaheim area is full of race options, like the Pants Off Racing Almost 5k and 10k in famous Calabasas. The fundraiser encourages costumes, meerkats greet you…

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