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La Habra is a city in Orange County, California, in the most northwestern section of the county. The name “La Habra” means “pass through the hills” in Spanish and was given to the city as it is located between the northern Puente Hills and the southern Coyote Hills. American, English, and Swiss settlers began arriving in the area in the 1890s, but explorers had passed through the area as early as 1769. The city of La Habra was incorporated in 1925 and was named an “All-American City” in 1975 for its social programs and community improvement efforts. It should not be confused with La Habra Heights, a related city in Los Angeles County (north of La Habra).
Book an RV in Orange County and you are ready to begin experiencing the very unique culture that is Southern California. There are some other cities that might prove interesting and worth checking out, such as Pomona, which is named after the Roman goddess of fruit, a nod to its rich fertile soil. Yorba Linda was the birthplace of Richard M. Nixon andGarden Grove is where Orange County's name was first conceived. Huntington Beach's status as a surfing paradise began in 1925 and continues today, while Cerritos is an important community in the world of hip-hop music. Your La Habra travel trailer rental is the perfect way to visit these places.
The Arroyo Pescadero Trailhead and Arroyo San Miguel Trail are two urban hiking trails located in the Puente Hill Preserve. The Pescadero Trailhead loops back on itself and provides a scenic and relaxing opportunity to observe the local wildlife. Hours are limited and the trails are patrolled by park staff, who ask that you carry out of the park anything you bring with you when entering. Photography is allowed.
Peter F. Schabarum Regional Park is a nature reserve with a balance of developed and natural areas. There are tennis courts, soccer pitches, and amphitheaters and outdoor stages where concerts and theater-in-the-park plays are held. The area has picnic tables and shelters for guests to enjoy, and there are nature and plant walks (these can be guided or self-guided). The natural, under-developed areas offer camping, trails for hiking, cycling and horseback riding, and restrooms. The park is open to the public during daylight hours and pets are welcome. Parking is available and having your La Habra camper rental nearby is a good way to take a pause between activities.
Laguna Lake Park has picnic areas, equestrian riding, and trails for riding and hiking. Visitors are allowed to fish in the lake; be sure to bring your catch back to your La Habra RV rental to prepare it for dinner later in the day. Or, hike the trails that follow the lake's edge, spotting the wildlife that exists here. There are turtles in addition to fish, ducks, and swans. Restrooms can be found intermittently along the trails.
There are quite a few RV campgrounds and parks near La Habra. Most of them have trees with shade, restrooms and showers, and are child and pet-friendly. They are near to or just a few minutes drive from La Habra.
Anaheim RV Park has a swimming pool, Wi-Fi and laundry facilities. It is very close to Disneyland (one mile away) and there is a resort shuttle service that stops at the front gate. The individual sites have full hookups, concrete pads with some grass between them, and picnic tables. Some of them have pull-through access.
Orangeland RV Park has a swimming pool, playground, recreation room, and a putting green. There are laundry facilities and a camp store, as well as asphalt roads, and fruit and palm trees. The individual sites have full hookups, and pull-through and big rig access. Wi-Fi is available and propane can be purchased.
Bolsa Chica State Beach is an RV park located directly on the beach; it has a recreation trail for hiking and cycling, and guests can also go fishing. On the other side of the park, there is a wetland preserve. Individual sites have water, electricity, and big rig access, and there is a black water dumping station.
There is a lot to see and do in and around La Habra. There are a number of specialty museums, including one that is historical, one that is dedicated to former president Richard Nixon, and one that is specifically focused on children (and their interests). There are several parks and art galleries, an arboretum, an eye-catching religious temple, and more. There are several libraries where visitors can read about local history or they can take one of several guided tours to see the area for themselves. Your La Habra motorhome rental is another good way to take a self-guided tour of the city at your own pace.
Whatever you have decided you want for dinner, this is the place to find it. La Habra has a large number of Greek, Cuban and Mexican restaurants; try the chicken kebab with rice and grilled bell pepper or go for the combination plate and sample a bit of everything. One of the Greek venues has belly dancing on occasion. There are Chinese and Japanese restaurants and the portions are huge. Diners can order something different individually, then share the results (which is the traditional Chinese way to eat a meal).
There is always the option of picking up some groceries and heading back to your La Habra luxury RV rental for a nice, quiet home-cooked meal. Nothing says vacation like dining out under the stars on a restaurant patio or in your home-on-wheels backyard. Enjoy!