Buena Park is a major tourist destination in California, with major attractions, amusement parks and things to see in and around the city. The city is located just 8 km from Disneyland, 10 km from Huntington Beach and 30 km from downtown Los Angeles.
The city is home to numerous tourist attractions, including Knott's Berry Farm, Knott's Soak City, Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, Pirate's Dinner Adventure, Martini Theater. Buena Park is located within the Los Angeles metropolitan area.
The E-Zone neighborhood of Buena Park, located along the Boulevard Beach, is home to several tourist attractions: the venerable parco a tema Knott’s Berry Farm, Knott's Soak City water park and Pirate's Dinner Adventure a medieval style dinner. The E-Zone was also home to the Movieland Grain Museum, one of the largest museums of its kind in the world, until it closed in 2005.
In the E-Zone district you will find among other attractions: the fun museum full of curiosities, Ripley's Believe It or Not!; the Wax Museum, a wax museum; the Japanese Village, a typical Chinese village and Deer Park on Knott Avenue.
Il parco regionale Ralph B. Clark Regional Park opened in 1981, it is one of the main natural parks in the area. Located in the foothills of West Coyote, this park is home to an amphitheater, various nature trails, a fishing pond, and a small museum featuring fossil geology.
There are not only parks and attractions to visit in Buena Park, but also other interesting places, among the main ones we find:
- Los Coyotes Country Club, a course gives golf to 27 crop.
- There Nabisco factory, an old biscuit and snack factory on Artesia Boulevard.
- Dreger Clock, a 75 year old urban clock.
- Stage Stop Hotel.
- the ancient museum houses: Whitaker-Jaynes House, Tice House e Bacon House.
Buena Park's main commercial thoroughfare is Beach Boulevard (California State Route 39), which runs north to south and connects the city center with the E-Zone entertainment district and Buena Park Downtown shopping mall.
While California State Route 91 and the Santa Ana Freeway (Interstate 5) run through the city, connecting it from east to west, and from north to south respectively.
To move around the city you can use public transport, provided by the local Orange County Transportation Authority. Although, as with most American cities, the best way to visit it is by car.
Since 2007 it is also possible to arrive on the train, with the opening of a new Metrolink Orange County Line train station in the city. The station is connected to the Union Pacific (originally Southern Pacific) and BNSF railway lines.
If you arrive by plane, the nearest airport is Long Beach Airport, located approximately 21 km from the city.
There aren't many accommodations in the area, but almost all of them offer a good quality / price ratio. It is a good area to both stay and stay close to Los Angeles, both to visit the Disneyland amusement park.
If you arrive by car, every area is good, the important thing is to book a good hotel to rest quietly and be energized for the next day.
Knott’s Berry Farm Hotel
Howard Johnson by Wyndham Buena Park
Good Nite Inn Buena Park
Radisson Suites Hotel Buena Park