Comfort Inn & Suites
300 East Katella Avenue
Anaheim, CA 92802
Phone: (714) 772-8713
Fax: (714) 778-1235
A full service golf practice center that includes a complete driving range and putting green, as well as instructions and lessons.
This place is a skateboarder's dream. The 20,000-square-foot course, in addition to the 80-foot vertical ramp, attracts both skaters and spectators who like to watch the shredding action. All skaters are required to wear protective gear (either renting it onsite or bringing their own) and sign a release form. Minors need a guardian to sign as well. Membership costs $50 per year but non-members are also welcome. Once you get through all the technical requirements, you're ready to skate!
Orange County's first upscale bowling lounge, this place has custom decor and a Hollywood flare, and it features 24 bowling lanes, five billiards tables, a 40-foot bar, and a full restaurant with an exceptional menu.
A full service tennis facility with no membership required, this center offers 12 lighted courts, a clubhouse, lessons, training camps, activities, and a ball machine.
Anaheim's premier equestrian facility, this center contains 160 stalls, riding lessons, boarding, and top rated instructors for all levels of equestrian training. It is also the home of the Rancho del Rio Stable Tack & Feed Store.
Anaheim ICE formerly known as Disney Ice is an indoor ice rink complex. This public skating rick, hosts skating events like figure skating and youth hockey games besides being the practice and training rink of the Anaheim Ducks of the National Hockey League. Anaheim Ice also offers sessions for public skating, freestyle and pick-up hockey. They also offer learn to skate classes, various hockey programs and birthday packages.
Visitors from abroad and from other parts of the United States relish the opportunity to play golf in January. A favorite local course with low fees is the "Dad" Miller Golf Course, named for an Anaheim resident who hit a hole in one on his 93rd birthday. "Dad" is long gone, but the love of golf lingers on in Anaheim, where the sunshine and warm temperatures make it a year-round game. Non-resident green fees start at just USD24 per 18 holes.
If you do not have a swimming pool in your hotel or backyard this is a fine place to find one. Be warned, it is extremely crowded at times, especially in summer, so you may want to plan to be there at off-times, like early in the morning or later in the day. The park also has volleyball courts and racquetball courts.
Kids will have a blast here playing on the concrete animals or sliding down the slide in the shape of a serpent. All of the other expected playground amenities are here as well, from swings to jungle gyms. There are plenty of areas for picnicking under the trees and a picnic area for parties or large groups. Adults are not allowed without kids and kids are not allowed without adults so it's the perfect chance for a little together time and a good picnic.
This small zoo has a lot to offer its visitors. There is a recreation of an Amazon rainforest that will awe and inspire both young and old alike. In the Children's Zoo youngsters can pet everything from a sheep to pot-bellied pigs. The Zoofari Express train offers a few thrills. Monkey Row is home to all kinds of primates, from lemurs to apes to Dusky Titi monkeys. The Australian Yard features wallabies and emus while the Endangered Species area features bald eagles and Diana Guenon monkeys. There is something to delight and educate just about anybody with a sense of curiosity about the wonderful world of animals.
Established in 1922, the 38-acre Hillcrest Park has provided fond memories for generations: playing with the family on the grassy hill, barbecuing with friends under the old pine and eucalyptus trees, and overlooking the city changing over the years. The park has a few old charms. The recreation building is a Spanish Colonial Revival-style architectural piece constructed in 1932, which was the American Legion Post #142. The Isaac Walton Cabin was originally built in 1932 but reconstructed in 1998 after a fire. Another charming feature is the trail along the hillside, which was constructed with horse and plow. The water reservoir in the park is the first for the city of Fullerton. - Hoiyin Ip
This is a non-profit botanical garden situated on 26 gorgeous acres of the California State University Fullerton. Botanical collections are sectioned into zones: the temperate zone, the tropical zone and the arid zone. There is a rare fruit grove featuring subtropical fruits like cherimoyas, kiwis, papayas, guavas and rare citrus varieties. The Children's Garden is the site for educational programs and hands-on fun. Also on the grounds is the Heritage House, an Eastlake Victorian cottage built in 1894 by Dr. George C. Clark, an early Fullerton physician, as his home and office. There is a lot of nature and a little bit of history here, making for a wonderful outing. Although admission is free, a voluntary donation is suggested.