- Our list of the best things to do in Mission Viejo, California, features the top 598 nearby activities — including 229 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Mission Viejo, CA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Sports & Fitness, and Amusement.
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Featuring thirteen sports fields, Tustin Sports Park offers facilities for tennis, basketball and baseball along with open field sports like football and soccer. It has a covered playground, a picnic shelter, restroom facilities and a multi-use trail.
With several trails for walking and jogging, picnic tables and two separate playgrounds for different ages, Citrus Ranch Park offers attractions for adults and children. Its name comes from the citrus grove that surrounds the park.
Adults and kids love K1 Speed Irvine, an indoor go-karting track in Irvine, California. All karts have remote control and remote shutoff features for increased safety. The track's most popular offering is the 'Arrive and Drive' race, a 14-lap race with up to 12 drivers.
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At Edwards Big Newport Theatre, visitors can see a blockbuster film on its first run in reclining, leather seats. The concession stand serves favorites like Icees, candy, buttered popcorn, and other snacks.
The San Clemente Dog Park is also known by its full name Baron Von Willard Memorial Dog Park which allows dogs to freely run off their leashes. The park is segmented into two areas with one for small dogs while the larger area is for big dogs.