- TripBuzz found 1207 things to do with kids in or near La Habra, California, including 1186 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Los Angeles, Long Beach, Newport Beach and Whittier.
- From Eric Will Gymnastic Center to La Habra Children's Museum, the La Habra area offers 137 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Bowling, Children's Play Area and Movie Theaters.
- Settled in the northwest of Orange County, California is the city of La Habra. This largely populated area welcomes over 60,000 residents and spans over 7 square miles of land. The area is made up of mostly medium family households and boasts a variety of both residential and tourist attractions.
Uniquely developed through groves of eucalyptus trees, Gum Grove Park winds through ten acres between Seal Beach and the Los Cerritos wetlands. Nature trails provide access points for wildlife and bird watching along the way.
The Attic Community Theater showcases plays and other performances all run by local actors and actresses. The theater strives to develop the creative acting talents of those who participate in the performances in a local community setting.
Foothill Club Water Polo is a recreational water polo organization that has the goal of providing athletes with a positive and constructive sports environment. The club holds practices in various high school gyms throughout the area.
The Seal Beach Community Pool is an outdoor pool facility that offers lap swimming across six lanes. The pool itself is L-shaped and is 25 yards long with open swimming sessions throughout the week during its open season.
Contained within the extensive Angeles National Forest are scenic natural environments, campgrounds, picnic tables, fishing areas, hiking trails, and ski trails. The forest also holds the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument.
Also known as the Ruben S. Ayala Park, Ayala Park is a 140 acre park featuring an on-site community center. Attractions include Softball, baseball, and soccer fields, a skate park, a playground, batting cages, and a multipurpose trail.
Originally built in 1844, Rancho Los Cerritos, is a Monterey-style ranch house open to the public providing a glimpse of life in the late 1800's. The collection includes historic documents, artifacts, and furnishings.