Guide to Exploring Buena Park
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Guide to Exploring Buena Park

The city of Buena Park is World renowned for many things, but you may not know the hidden gems that get your heart pumping while enjoying SoCal's Fun City. Both traditional and more on the unique side, this list will show you how to explore Buena Park and keep your body moving at the same time.

Ralph B. Clark Regional Park
Ralph B. Clark Regional Park has it all, from tennis courts, horseshoe pits, volleyball, courts, fishing, and 3 hiking trails. Hiking difficulty ranges from easy to moderate, with the Castlewood Trail, Westridge Chevron Hills Trail, and the Ralph B. Clark Perimeter Trail. Avid fishers can enjoy a calm afternoon lakeside, where rainbow trout, catfish, largemouth bass, and bluegill can be found.

Peak Park Skate Park
Those with a need for speed can roll through Peak Park Skate Park, a free 10,000 square foot hybrid wood and concrete arena with obstacles for every skill level. Rails, pyramids, quarter pipes, ledges, and more are available for skateboarders and in-line skaters alike.

Rick Gomez Park
Baseball and fitness enthusiasts will appreciate Rick Gomez Park, where larger than life baseball bats, balls, and gloves can be found throughout a stunningly green landscape. Within the park there is outdoor exercise equipment, so you can get in a quick workout while being highly immersed in the world of Rick Gomez – namesake of the park, longtime Buena Park resident, and esteemed baseball coach.

Knott’s Berry Farm
Nonconventional outdoors activity can be found by simply stepping through the front gates of Knott’s Berry Farm. After getting your heart pumping and darting from coaster to coaster all day, you will find yourself glancing at your step tracker and finding that you’ve walked thousands upon thousands of steps. It doesn’t get any better than fulfilling your daily fitness goals at California’s First Theme Park.

Knott’s Soak City
During the summer months, another off the beaten path way to remain active is by visiting Knott’s Soak City. The 15-acre water park includes a 750,000 gallon wave pool that is sure to keep you moving. Kids can also burn off some energy dashing around at the three-story Beach House which features interactive water guns, nozzles, and sprayers for all to revel in.

Olympic Golf Zone
A one-of-a-kind experience at Olympic Golf Zone combines state-of-the-art technology and sports. Hit the course for 18 holes of digital golf on some of the world’s most famous courses or hit one out of the park in the interactive batting cages. This is truly unique way to incorporate physical fitness and fun into your vacation.
Big Air Buena Park
From jumping off the walls on Zero-Gravity Court to testing your climbing skills on Martian Mountain, Big Air Buena Park is fun for the whole family. Smaller guests can also enjoy Lil Air, where fun-sized versions of all main attractions can be found.

PlayPie offers over 12,000 square feet of various spaces for children to explore, including hands on activities, games, and slides. Perfect for the tiny tots in tow, this fun center will have your little one burning off some energy in no time at all.
After a long day of excitement, choose from over a dozen comfortable and affordable hotels in Buena Park. Check out our ‘suite’ hotel and ticket deals. To start planning your SoCal vacation, order your FREE Buena Park Travel Guide.

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