California Attractions

 

 

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Disneyland & California Adventure

http://www.disneyland.com

Distance from OCFEC:
18 minutes / 14.52 miles

Directions:  http://tinyurl.com/ybl3ob5

Knott’s Berry Farm

http://www.knottsberryfarm.com

Distance from OCFEC:
23 minutes / 16.85 miles

Directions:  http://tinyurl.com/yhj9l9x

Aquarium of the Pacific

http://www.aquariumofpacific.org

Distance from OCFEC:
34 minutes / 22.51 miles

Directions:  http://tinyurl.com/ybummh5
Universal Studios Hollywood

universalstudioshollywood.com

Distance from OCFEC:
58 minutes / 48.95 miles

Directions:  http://tinyurl.com/ycczxdk

Six Flags Magic Mountain

www.sixflags.com/magicMountain

Distance from OCFEC:
1 hour 25 minutes / 78.19 miles

Directions:

http://tinyurl.com/yz527du

Legoland California

www.legoland.com/California.htm

Distance from OCFEC:

1 hour 1 minute / 56.91 miles / Directions:  http://tinyurl.com/yez78sx

SeaWorld San Diego

www.seaworld.com/sandiego

Distance from OCFEC:
1 hour 26 minutes / 83.15 miles

Directions:  http://tinyurl.com/yencz53

San Diego Zoo & Wild Animal Park

http://sandiegozoo.com

Distance from OCFEC:
1 hour 32 minutes / 85.65 miles

Directions:  http://tinyurl.com/ybgspha

 

If your idea of a perfect day involves beach volleyball, building sandcastles, hiking along picturesque seaside trails or catching a wave, you can find it all at California’s many beaches. The Golden State has more than 1,100 miles of breathtaking coastline, ranging from smooth stretches of soft, golden beach sand to dramatically windswept Oceanside cliffs.

     California's incredible, mild climate is often compared to that of the Mediterranean.  The region is gifted with warm, dry summers, and mild, wet winters. On the coast, average yearly temperatures range between the low 40s°F and in the high 70s°F and 80s°F. As you draw farther inland, you are exposed to hot and drier summers but the higher altitudes are blessed with weather more typical of a four-season cycle.

     California is also known for its diverse climate as well as its geographical contradictions.  The differences are quite clear if comparing the state’s two largest cities:  San Francisco and Los Angeles have very different weather patterns. San Francisco is famous for its fog — especially in the summer, and Los Angeles is known for its consistently sunny, desert-like, coastal climate.  Both cities have a unique flavor all unto their own that entices even the most hurried of travelers to include both regions into their itinerary. Along the way, California’s Central valley wine country will take your breath away with its rolling hills, picturesque farms, and quaint road-side villages.

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