Orange County is located south of Los Angeles and is the third most populated county in California. Beaches, bike trails and coastal mountains.
Home to Disneyland, the O.C. was the orange growing region of Southern California – until the developers took over, turning it into shopping, freeways and large residential neighborhoods we know today. The Orange County beaches are by far the hot spots, with places like San Juan Cap, Dana Point & Laguna Beach. Lots of surf memorabilia & surf culture.
Trains serve the coastal cities daily, so no need to sit in L.A. traffic.
For those seeking campgrounds, hikes, or mountain biking trails, Ortega Highway 74 will lead inland to oak chaparral mountains w/ wilderness. Off roading trails can be found at Wild-O-mar, overlooking Lake Elsinore.
Orange County Trail Maps
Franko Maps is the company that makes colorful, waterproof, Orange County Maps.
BIKE TRAILS MAP
Orange County Maps
see also –
- Cleveland National Forest Map
- Cleveland Forest Atlas
- Angeles Maps
- Angeles Forest Atlas
- San Bernardino National Forest Map
- San Gabriel Mountains Map
- Big Bear Trail Maps