Here are other things you can enjoy at the Laguna Niguel
- Kite Hill – a hill with excellent weather conditions for remote control glider operations.
- Bike Trails
- Horseshoe Pits
- Two-mile Jogging Trail
Visit Skateboard and Soccer Park
Things to do: skateboarding and play soccer Skateboard and soccer lovers often come to Laguna Niguel’s Skateboard and Soccer Park. You can enjoy the 20,000 square foot skateboard rink or kick some balls in the soccer field with synthetic grass.
The skateboard park has different areas for different skill levels: beginner, intermediate, and advanced. To skate, you must complete a liability waiver. A user under 18 years old may have his liability waiver completed by his parent or guardian.
The soccer field in this park features synthetic grass made of polypropylene fibers and crumb rubber. The area is ready even after rain as it is yielding and non-abrasive.
Hike and Bike!
Laguna Niguel has biking and hiking trails complete with panoramic views of nature and the city. Hike and bike in either of these beautiful trails in Laguna Niguel:
- Aliso Summit Trail
- Cominas Bluff Trail
- Laguna Ridge Trail
- Long View Park Trail
- Niguel Trail
- Oso Creek Trail
- Salt Creek Trail
Mountain biking and trekking have never been better at Laguna Niguel. You get an amazing choice of trails while enjoying the scenic views around you.
Enjoy a Sunny Day at the Laguna Niguel Regional Park
The choices for outdoor activities for the entire family are numerous at Laguna Niguel Regional Park. A playground, horseshoe pits, volleyball and tennis courts, picnic spots with grills, and hiking paths are just a few of the features available at this popular recreation facility. The 44-acre Laguna Niguel Lake is also on-site, and it's a popular fishing spot with bass, catfish, and trout.
Take a Midday Break at Plumeria Cafe by Stacks Pancake House
Plumeria Cafe by Stacks Pancake House delivers a wide choice of great breakfast and lunch favorites, whether it's your first meal of the day or a midday break. This laid-back eatery serves American and Hawaiian fare. There are a variety of egg-based dishes, pancakes, salads, sandwiches, burgers, and pasta dishes on the menu.
Take a Day Tour to Laguna Beach
A nearby city, Laguna Beach, is as beautiful as Laguna Niguel, CA. Plan a day trip with your family and friends in this wonderful Orange County town.
Visit the Laguna Playhouse while you're at Laguna Beach.
The Laguna Playhouse is a classic mid-sized theatre located near the beach in adjacent Laguna Beach's art colony. There is a full bar on-site that serves food and beverages. Many events, such as educational seminars and workshops, occur on a regular basis.
Heisler Park's Beach is a great place to visit while in Laguna Beach.
Heisler Park is a beachfront park in Laguna Beach with a beautiful beach that is ideal for swimming, sunbathing, and relaxing. There are lawn bowling lanes as well as picnic spots with grills. The pure water of these small ponds that develop at low tide allows you to see the marine life that flourishes there.
Embark on a Trolley Ride at Laguna Beach.
If you don't have a car, there's no need to worry about getting around Laguna Beach: the city provides a convenient trolley service that runs along the South Coast Highway from North Laguna Beach to Dana Point. The nicest thing about this service is that it is completely free.
Discover the Beauty of the Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park
Explore a natural nature region and wilderness sanctuary at the Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park in Laguna Niguel. A spectacular environment of coastal canyons, high ridges, and unique sage scrub may be found within this 4,500-acre park. The park's greatest attraction is the Dripping Cave, which boasts beautiful stalactites, but hiking is a close second. You might even see some wildlife while exploring the park.
Enjoy Fresh Produce at the Laguna Niguel Farmers’ Market
The Laguna Niguel Farmers' Market is open year-round. It's a must-do for everyone visiting the area and a weekly tradition for locals. There isn't much that this large market doesn't have. Fresh, organic, and local produce are just the beginning. Meat, dairy products, vegetables, spices, fresh seafood, free-range eggs, baked foods, essential oils, tamales, and much more are all available.
Visit Niguel Botanical Preserve
Crown Valley Community Park is home to this 18-acre garden. Plants native to Southern California have been brought in from all around the world. Specialty gardens and seating places are connected by walking routes. The preserve's goals are to show how to employ drought-tolerant plants and to introduce the public to new plant species. At the Preserve, dogs are welcome. Only that you keep them on a leash and clean up after them is all they ask.