- TripBuzz discovered 151 different types of activities for couples in the Bellflower area, including Parks (like Thompson Park), Theaters (like Bellflower Theatre Company), Batting Cages (like All Star Park Batting Cages) and Bike Paths (like San Gabriel River), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 1265 date ideas in or near Bellflower, California, including 1248 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Long Beach and Newport Beach.
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San Clemente oceanfront, San Clemente, CA 92675 MoreLess Info
Spread over 2.3 miles, the San Clemente Coastal Trail connects Calafia Beach with North Beach with several segmented stops at T-Street and the Pier. The trail is popular with joggers, walkers, dog owners, and cyclists.
Two separate zipline courses are offered at Skull Canyon Zipline which is spread over 160 acres. One course is aimed at those with no or little experience while the other is for visitors wanting a more extreme adventure.
Point Dume Nature Preserve begins as a trail and ascends to a coastal bluff sand dune that offers views of the bay, coast, mountains and islands. A viewing platform and beach are accessible via a boardwalk and stairway respectively.
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Westward Beach Drive and Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, CA MoreLess Info
Westward Beach is popular with surfers who often find one of the heaviest beach breaks here in the Southern California area. The beach is also popular for swimming, surfing, whale watching, scuba diving and fishing.
An equestrian facility, Rainbow Ridge Ranch offers a variety of services. The facility offers stables for rent, horseback riding, riding lessons and rider training, horse training, and longer term boarding for horses.
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24151 Newhall Avenue, Santa Clarita, CA 91321 MoreLess Info
The William S. Hart Park & Museum is a historic museum that is the former retirement home of William S. Hart Park. The museum includes a '1910 Ranch House' that holds a collection of saddles and Hollywood mementos.
A 200 acre water park with a splash pad, Rancho Jurupa Park also includes a rock climbing playground, miniature golf course with waterfalls, and disc golf course. Their lakes and trails provide opportunities for fishing, hiking and biking.
Rocky Peak Park is a large 4,800 acre park populated by sandstone boulders, oak savannahs, and numerous water sources. The park offers three hiking trails of varying difficulty, and is home to a diverse collection of wildlife.