Yorba Linda consistently ranks as one of the best places to live in America and one of Southern California’s safest cities. With its small town charm – just around 70,000 people live here – and easy access to the rest of Southern California, it’s a wonderful place to live. If you’re looking for new homes in Yorba Linda, pay Palisades at Vista Del Verde a visit. After you’ve checked out our Yorba Linda real estate and seen our available homes for sale in Yorba Linda, leave time to explore the city’s many community attractions. Along with friendly people, excellent schools and outstanding value, you’ll find Yorba Linda also offers plenty of things to see and do. Here are some of the locals’ favorites:
Honoring our 37th president, this was his birthplace and is also his final resting place. The nine acres campus is located at 18001 Yorba Linda Boulevard and includes Nixon’s presidential papers, memorabilia and rotating exhibits.
A live animal adventure that’s all about these gentle South American pack animals. Highlights include a guided three-hour Llama Walk with shaggy beasts along a shady country trail, llama lessons at a park and book store.
Operated by the Yorba Linda Heritage Museum and Historical Society, the museum features 2,500 square feet of vintage room furnishings from the late 1800s to the 1930s plus five rooms covering area history.
Golfers will find challenging play at Black Gold Golf Club. Rated 4.5 stars by Golf Digest and cited by Southland Golf Magazine as one of SoCal’s top two best municipal courses.
Yorba Linda Bowl
Knock down some pins at the Yorba Linda Bowl. It’s a family-oriented place with glow bowling, bumper bowling, party facilities and a snack bar.
This park is in the heart of Yorba Linda is a perfect place to let toddlers play. It is beautifully landscaped with a central garden, volleyball court, play structures, ample grassy areas and winding sidewalks.
Just a few miles west of Yorba Linda you’ll find Chino Hills State Park, a premier natural open space in the hills of Santa Ana Canyon. With miles of oak, sycamore and grassy hills, it’s a great place to enjoy nature, hike, horseback ride or bike over trails and fire roads or enjoy a picnic.
The farmers market is held every Saturday at Imperial and Main in Old Towne from 9 to 1. In addition to locally grown produce, there are crafters, food vendors and street artists.
Visit on a Sunday in July or August and you can take in a free concert in the park. Bring your own picnic dinner to Hurless Barton Park at 4601 Casa Loma Avenue around 5:30 p.m. Seating is available in the amphitheater or on the lawn.
When you live in Yorba Linda, you’re less than 10 miles from Anaheim! That means Disneyland, the Anaheim Angels, the Anaheim Ducks and world-class SoCal shopping.
Do you have a favorite thing to do, or a favorite restaurant in the Yorba Linda area? Let’s hear about it!