weather and ideal recreational facilities make Orange County
an outdoor enthusiast's dream. The Pacific ocean fronts
the County, opening up a world of water activities from
deep-sea fishing out of Dana Point to kayaking along million
dollar homes in Huntington and Newport harbors. There are
no less than six piers open to fishermen, diners, marine
enthusiasts, and strollers.
there are hundreds of miles of hiking trails, including
Arroyo Trabuco Trail which runs for 15 miles from the boundary
of Cleveland National Forest to the ocean. All in all, the
County of Orange has over 30,000 acres of spectacular parkland
where you can fish, hike, bike, run, swim, camp, or experience
a number of other activities. If that's not enough, you
can sail to Catalina, rollerblade along the beach boardwalk,
or try your hand at skimboarding, a sport that was invented
in Orange County.