- TripBuzz found 512 things to do with kids in or near Mission Viejo, California, including 493 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Laguna Beach, San Clemente, Newport Beach and Dana Point.
- From Ocean's Tropical Fish to Jump 'n Jammin, the Mission Viejo area offers 135 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Dog Park, Recreation Centers and Hiking Trails.
- Offering breathtaking views of the Saddleback Mountains, the city of Mission Viejo is an affluent residential community in California's Saddleback Valley. Considered one of America's largest master-planned communities, the city is family-oriented and offers many youth programs through the local schools and sports teams. Visitors enjoy the local shopping, dining and local parks.
Those who are interested in the role served by fire fighters may enjoy what Fire Memories Museum has to offer. The location features a vast collection of artifacts, including seventeen hand or hand-drawn carts and over 2,200 other items.
The Mount Low Railway Trail offers guests the opportunity to travel along what was the only scenic mountain electric traction railroad in the country. The 5.8 mile trail takes guests from Angeles National Forest to Mt. Lowe Trail Camp.
Featuring air soft and paintball fields filled with obstacles, Mr. Paintball USA offers equipment like helmets, paint guns, and more. Each game has a referee monitoring it who provides tips on how to play.
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1628 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Del Mar, CA 92014 MoreLess Info
Multi-use San Dieguito County Park features playgrounds, picnic areas and pavilions and is available for weddings and special events. The park is also home to Miracle Field, a baseball field that accommodates children and adults with special needs
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Green Valley Circle & Buckingham Parkway, Culver City, CA 90230 MoreLess Info
Covering 10 acres, Fox Hills Park offers up many opportunities for recreational activities. It features two large picnic areas with several barbecue grills, basketball and tennis courts and also has a half-mile jogging loop.
Queen Califa's Magical Circle is the only project of this kind in America. It has 10 sculptures, without the benches which are also sculpted. Inside of it there are planted native shrubs, maintaining the tone of the site.