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Experience magical moments in Anaheim.
In Anaheim, there's a little something for all ages — think beautiful beaches, fun restaurants, and SoCal shops. Plus, you can stay with peace of mind. Your resorts in Anaheim are Vacation Ready for you, with top-notch cleaning standards and safety protocols in place. Check out all the top activities and attractions open for your next California vacation, and book your trip today.
Enjoy beach days together.
Huntington BeachNicknamed "Surf City, USA," Huntington Beach's salty air and beach flair make for a picturesque day no matter the time of year. Enjoy a walk down the pier and play on the beach — there's surfing, swimming, fire rings, trails, and more open for day use.
Laguna BeachTry the creative art community of Laguna Beach. Rocky bluffs and canyons promise astonishing views, and there are over 30 different beaches in the area, ranging from laid-back coves like Thousand Steps Beach to scuba diving havens like Wood's Cove.
Long BeachIf you prefer a calmer ocean, give Long Beach a try. Extensive breakwaters protect the shore from heavy swells. Plus, it's one of the closest beaches to Anaheim. In particular, head to Bolsa Chica State Park — everything is open, except for the lifeguard station.
Newport BeachIn Newport Beach, the sea is the amusement park and the crowds are the fish. This area is perfect for seeing wildlife on a whale-watching or deep-sea fishing charter. Plus, take a dip in the ocean at Crystal Cove State Park or by the pier.
Keep the theme parks in mind.
Disneyland ParkBorn from Walt Disney's imagination, Disneyland Park opened its gates in 1955. Since then, generations of families have enjoyed the park's eight themed lands as well as a broad selection of shopping and fine dining. Currently closed, check here for reopening updates.
Disney California Adventure ParkDisney California Adventure Park is a perfect for thrills. Originally built to celebrate the Golden State, it has more extreme rides and a variety of different experiences not found in Disneyland Park. Currently closed, check here for reopening updates.
Knott's Berry FarmKnott's Berry Farm, a 1920s family farm that once sold berries, preserves, and pies, has evolved into one of California's best theme parks. With five themed areas and dozens of rides, this popular attraction has something for all ages. Currently closed, check here for reopening updates.
For happy stomachs and happy hour.
La Brea Bakery CafeOpen for carryout and delivery, La Brea Bakery café is the place to enjoy everything from eggs Benedict to grilled salmon. Or simply savor their award-winning artisan bread.
The BeachcomberThe Beachcomber at Crystal Cove has the well-preserved ambience of a 1930's beach resort. Discover fare ranging from coconut-macadamia pancakes to tiny Ahi tuna tacos.
The Packing DistrictHead downtown to the Historic District to The Packing District food hall, home to over 50 artisan eateries. Try everything from Japanese crepes to fish n' chips to gelato on a stick.
Local BeersSip local-brewed adult beverages at a variety of stops. Open with limited seating, try the beers at Four Sons Brewing, Huntington Beach Beer Co, or Unsung Brewing.
Shop for memorable family keepsakes.
Downtown Disney DistrictOpen now with social distancing, Downtown Disney District is the place for magical dining, shopping, and more.
Anaheim GardenWalkAnaheim GardenWalk is everything you could have hoped for in an outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment center. It's open now with social distancing guidelines. .
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