Orange County – The Must Visit Tourist Attraction

Disney California Adventure Park

Orange County, named after the large number of orange tree orchards that sprouted in the place, is one of the most highlighted places among the tourists in California.  Almost 3,010,232 people dwell here, making it a third-most populated county in California. The county also has many prominent tourist attractions, such as Disneyland and Knott’s Berry Farm, in its parameters.

History:

The land of Orange County owes its origin to the “Age of Reptiles”, which was approximately 225 million years ago, however, it was established on 11th March 1889. It had lived through many civilizations, providing shelter to countless kinds of people.

Points of Interest in Orange County:

Breathtaking scenery, reality shows, marvelous themed parks, shopping, and a unique blend of people belonging to distinct religions and traditions are synonymous with the Orange County. It is one of the highlighted names in tourist’s list of must-visit destinations as it offers an assortment of eccentric opportunities, activities, and experiences. It is also widely renowned for its theme parks.  Some significant points of interests located in the Orange County incorporate:

  • Disneyland Park: Opened to the world on July 17, 1955, and constructed under the governance of Walt Disney, Disneyland park is a dream-come-true facility and one of the most visited resort. This amusement park is second-most visited the park in the world, with the Magic Kingdom as the most visited, with a total count of 18.3 million tourists. It has eight lands, based on different themes and distinct rides, features, and entertainment. These are Mian Street, U.S.A, Adventureland, Frontierland, New Orleans Square,  Critter Country, Fantasyland, Mickey’s Toontown, and Tomorrowland.
  • Disney California Adventure Park: Opened to the public on February 8, 2001, and owned by the Walt Disney Company, Disney California Adventure Park is another themed park, exhibiting the history and culture of California. This thrill-filled theme park was built after Disneyland Park was constructed In Disneyland Resort. The host of several fairs and events, such as  Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival and Disney Festival of Holidays, its no wonder why this place is filled with crowds every year. Like Disneyland Park, this 72-acre facility is also divided into seven distinct zones. These are Buena Vista Street, Pixar Pier, Paradise Gardens Park, Grizzly Peak, Pacific Wharf, Hollywood Land, Cars Land.
  • Knott’s Berry Farm: Host to approximately 4 million people per annum and an employer of 10,000 souls, Knott’s Berry Farm is one of the most visited theme parks in Orange County.  Its slogans read “ America’s 1st Theme Park” and “California’s Best Theme Park”. Knott’s Berry Farm is an entertainer of many events such as Knott’s Sary Farm, Knott’s Berry Farm,  Praise, Winter Coaster Solace, and Season of Screams. Like most of the themed parks, it is also isolated in four areas, namely, Ghost Town, Fiesta Village, The Boardwalk, and Camp Snoopy.

Crystal Cove State Park: A wild blend of natural and artificial features, Crystal Cove State Park was founded in 1979. This 3,936-acre facility compromises of 3-miles of beaches and pools, 400-acres of bluffs, 2,400 acres of the canyon, and an underwater park. This state park greatly promotes physical activities and is very popular among mountain bikers, scuba divers, swimmers, and surfers. Hiking and camping are also practiced. Crystal Cove State Park provides shelter to a diversity of species of animals. 180 different species of birds are witnessed here including the Turkey Vulture, Ring Billed Gull, the House Sparrow, and the Mourning Dove. Twenty-six reptiles including salamanders, Southern Pacific rattlesnake, California King Snake, and Red Diamond Rattlesnake are viewed here.

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