With summer quickly approaching, you may be looking for fun, active and
inexpensive activities to do with the whole family. In and around Orange
County, there are numerous events that encourage members of the local
community to get up off the couch – all without breaking the bank.
Below is a list of activities and upcoming events that will encourage
you to engage in a more active lifestyle.
Saturday Fun Roll: Every Saturday at 10:30AM, you can join the “Fun Roll” for
a 16-mile skate trip. The group meets just north of the Huntington Beach
Pier at the amphitheater. The pace is nice and easy, and people of all
ages are welcome. What’s more, it’s absolutely free.
Take a Trip to the Beach: Visiting one of the many beaches in Orange County is a fun, free and relaxing
way to spend your weekend. Whether you take a dip in the water, jog along
the beach or soak up the sun, this is an activity that anyone in your
family can enjoy.
Spend a Day at the Park: Orange County parks have a lot to offer. Whether you want to take a stroll
through the wilderness, explore a new hiking trail, follow an exercise
course or play with your kids on the playground, there’s nothing
like a full day of fresh air and wildlife.
Huntington Beach Art Walk: Every third Thursday of the month, from 6PM to 9PM, you can experience
the talents of visual and performing artists, live music and food in Downtown
Huntington Beach. The free, self-guided walking tour spans over eight blocks.
Grown Up & Me Cooking Class: On July 3, from 11AM to 12PM, you can visit Pretend City Children’s
Museum in Irvine for a family cooking class. It’s only $5 for one
adult and child pair, and you will get to teach your child healthy recipes
that they are sure to love.
Take a Bike Ride: If you live anywhere in Orange County, you shouldn’t be far from
a biking trail. Whether you want to visit the beach or ride around your
neighborhood, this is fun and healthy activity that the whole family can
enjoy. More importantly, it doesn’t cost a thing!
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