things-to-do-near-calimesa
Your family will find there’s no lack of things to do in Southern California, everything from whale watching to uncounted local events. A great number of options awaits you: Six Flags adventure, local wining and dining, Shakespeare, outdoor recreation, etc. Check out this to-do list, and make your Calimesa trip unforgettable. This will probably be an unforgettable experience for you.

Right off the coast in Southern California you'll locate a huge dolphin pod or herd, and it's some of the largest in the world. Common dolphins are seen a whole lot on these tours. Davey’s Locker will get you near the dolphin on this tour. Be sure to go on any one of these tours when visiting Calimesa.

The Hollywood Bowl is certainly the summer home of the famous Philharmonic orchestra. An array of musical acts can be found and experienced here. Enjoy picnicking and bottles of wine, all throughout the outside and inside of the venue, all on a hillside at the Bowl. You can organize a family picnic before and during performances.

Kick start your summer with Big Bear in Southern California. There're a good amount of outdoor activities, like water sports and boating. Spring and summer at Big Bear has many activities. It's a little less than two hours away from Calimesa.

Disneyland Theme Park and Disneyland Resort are rolled into one in Orange County. Shops, different eateries and hotels are in Disney California Adventure Park. Combined, the family-friendly theme parks give a lot more than 85 different attractions, including Matterhorn Bobsleds and Space Mountain. Disneyland should be visited when in Calimesa at least once.

Sea World located in San Diego, California is a medium-sized theme park, that is easy to walk across, with rides, animal exhibits and shows. Sea World San Diego appears to appeal to almost anyone but especially families. Thrill rides will not be found here. There're not so many thrills, but it's still great fun.

Hollywood Boulevard features many very popular landmarks, like the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Kodak Theater, restaurants and many shops are located in the Hollywood and Highland entertainment complex. People like to go here and hope to run into a celebrity during their visit. Tourists and crowds are just part of the atmosphere.

One of the oldest piers in California is really the Santa Monica Pier. To see some of the best views of the Santa Monica Bay, it's a great vantage point. You could see the entire coast as well as the Catalina Island on a clear day. The pier is completely free.

Not all of California's legendary beaches look as they do on television. The Beach Boys sang about California sunshine, but they weren't being entirely truthful. More often there is actually overcast, especially at the beaches. Overcast days are actually pretty normal, but it doesn't mean to skimp out on the sunscreen.

A favorite destination is certainly the Farmer's Market. It has an open-air venue with great shops and delicious food. Any food you would like might be found here. The aromas found here are intoxicating.

With many different exhibits the San Diego Zoo continues to expand. If you're an observant visitor, you'll find the zoo also serves as a botanical garden. The plant-lovers are offered special garden guides, near the entrance. There're programs that are sponsored by the zoo and change seasonally.

Near Calimesa, California, whale watching is enjoyed all year long. It's 2 1/2 hours of whale watching as well as dolphin watching every day. The tour boats are incredibly safe and stable, built specifically so visitors could get up close and personal with whales and dolphins.

Catalina Island is usually warm to hot and as such attract many tourists throughout the year. When the weather is nice and warm during the summer it's a popular destination for all. During the winter season, few visitors show up to the Island, even though sometimes there are low prices and the difference in weather is worthwhile to them. Businesses on the island, including most shops, hotels and restaurants, stay open year-round.

As a theme park and movie studio Universal Studies Hollywood can be enjoyed. Rides are based on the film holdings, and it has many new attractions. King Kong 3D is considered the star experience of the tour. The weekday is your best time to go on a tour.

Bring the children, family and friends to get up close with five species of dolphins and whales. Orange County Whale Watching cruises and Dana Point Whale Watching tours from Newport Beach is both educational and incredibly exciting and close to Calimesa. Your family is sure to treasure their whale watching memories for many years to come. A whale watch trip is a don't-miss when in California.