California’s only permanent Renaissance Village. Over 100 acres of natural beauty includes an outdoor amphitheater, meeting room, old world village, 2-acre garden, arena & stalls, plenty of parking. Our park has 180 Acres of unlimited possibilities and is available year-around. On land leased from the US Army Corps of Engineers.
Tapia Park is one of the most popular portals into Malibu Creek State Park. Located south of the main entrance to Malibu Creek State Park on the west side of Las Virgenes Road, Tapia Park offers hiking, biking and equestrian trails, including access to the Backbone Trail. Malibu Creek flows through the park. An abundance of large oak trees and gentle creekside terrain make this park a favorite picnic area.
Parking – an Important Note (PLEASE READ THIS) The parking at this site is technically $12 per night per car. In the past, rangers have charged us once for the entire weekend and allowed us to go in and out on that single $12. There is a new ranger that is strictly enforcing the $12 per night rule (you can still go in and out during your allotted time though). If the ranger mentions this, then please DO pay for both nights up front at the gate. Otherwise we will be interrupted in the middle of game on Saturday to
Lilac Oaks Campground Offers all the natural beauty of Southern California’s outdoors… with all the comfort and convenience to make your stay a pleasure! We’re located in North San Diego County, inland from the Pacific yet close enough to enjoy the fresh ocean breezes and our temperate Southern California climate.
Located on the ground floor of the Radisson LAX hotel. Ask at the RPG table if you need directions.
Huntington Central Park is the largest city-owned park in Orange County covering over 350 acres of land. This peaceful setting of open grass fields and extensive tree and flower plantings is used for various activities such as picnics, biking, playing, and strolling along the paved paths enjoying the serene atmosphere.