Sunday, July 18, 2010

Southern California Water Parks

Looking for a cool place to visit on a hot summer day, if you live in Southern California you have quite a few wet destinations to choose from.  Here is a list of water parks in Southern California many of them are offering discounts tickets and coupons to attract visitors.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor - Located in Valencia this water park has 23 rides and attractions. Hurricane Harbor is adjacent to Six Flags Magic mountain.
Wild Rivers Irvine - There are about forty rides and attractions at Wild Rivers. Located where the 5 meets the 405 Freeways in Irvine. South Orange County.
Knott's Soak City - Located next to Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park. About 32 water rides with areas set aside for younger children. Knott's also has water parks in Plam Springs and San Deigo.
Legoland Water Park - This is Southern California's newest water. Legoland water park has the usual water rides the difference being they are all Lego themed. Legoland offers park hopper tickets that include admission to the water park.
Ranging Waters - This is the Disneyland of Southern California Water parks. Raging Waters is the biggest water park with the most rides and attractions. Raging Waters is located in San Dimas.

Monday, July 12, 2010

San Bruno Mountain State Park

San Bruno Mountain State Park offers Stunning 360 views from the top of the mountain on a clear day. The most popular tail the 3.5 mile Summit Loop trail. After you reach the top there is a wonderful view of the Pacific and downtown San Francisco. San Bruno Mountain Park hidden gem in the Bay Area. Its usually not crowded and the entrance fee is only $5.00. The park is only a 15 minute drive of downtown San Francisco and well worth the trip.

From Highway 101, take the Bayshore Boulavard/Brisbane exit. Continue on Bayshore Boulavard to Guadalupe Canyon Parkway. Turn west on Guadalupe Canyon Parkway toward the Mountain and go to the park entrance.
From Highway 280, take the Mission Street exit. Go north on Mission Street to Market Street. Turn right on Market street and proceed northeast. At Guadalupe Canyon Parkway, turn right and go eastbound to the park entrance.