Popular and Most Requested Locations
Crystal Cove State Park
The Crystal Cove Historic District is a 12.3-acre coastal portion of the 2,791-acre Crystal Cove State Park. The federally listed Historic District is an enclave of 46 vintage rustic coastal cottages originally built in the 1920's and 1930's nestled around the mouth of Los Trancos Creek. It is one of the last remaining examples of early 20th century Southern California coastal development. In addition to the Historic District, Crystal Cove State Park has 3.5 miles of beach and undeveloped woodland, which is popular for hiking and horseback riding. The offshore waters are designated as an underwater park. Crystal Cove is used by mountain bikers inland and scuba and skin divers underwater. The beach is popular with swimmers and surfers. Visitors can explore tidepools and sandy coves. Crystal Cove offers sand and surf, rocky reefs, ridges and canyons - plus recreational opportunities - that appeal to everybody.
The Disneyland Resort
The Disneyland Resort has an instant nostalgia and innocent aura. As soon as you walk through the front gates, you feel welcome, you feel free to be 100% yourself. There is fun around every corner... attractions, atmosphere, food, music, and all of those familiar Disney faces. Each land whisks you away to a different place and time, and you get a little feel for what life was like in the Old West, or how it must feel to live in a lovely fairy tale. There is no limit to your imagination when it comes to Disneyland, and the same goes for the newly revamped Disney's California Adventure. All the best aspects of our wonderful state rolled into one great location. The fun of pier-side thrill rides, the majesty of the redwood forest, the excitement of a Hollywood Studio, all within steps of each other. Book me on your next family trip to the Disneyland Resort, and I'll make sure you never forget one of the best days you've had. Memories are priceless treasures, and photos help to tell your stories to future generations.