Laguna Niguel Regional Park is a public park in Laguna Niguel, in southern Orange County, California. Its main feature is Sulphur Creek Reservoir, located within the park's boundaries.Laguna Niguel's 4th of July fireworks show is held at the park every year.HistoryThe park was established for public use in 1973. Since then, it has had several developments. In 1976, a lake concession building and boat dock were constructed by the county. In 1981, local S&S Construction Company donated an additional 20acre of land for county use. The donation included "Kite Hill". In June 1983, a gazebo was built on the top of the scenic turnaround overlooking the park. In October 1984, many new additions were constructed, including: new front park entrance sign, landscaping, planting California Sycamore trees, reforestation of approximately 2,000 trees throughout the entire park, bicycle trails, additional picnic shelters, two creek crossing pedestrian bridges, one restroom, five fishing access piers, one fish cleaning station, an amphitheater, two regulation sand volleyball courts, two regulation horseshoe pits, and a par course along the park's two-mile jogging trail.Recreational usesThe Sulphur Creek Reservoir, also known as Laguna Niguel Lake, is used for fishing and boating. The park has volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, tennis courts, bike trails, playgrounds, barbecue pits, and picnic shelters. It also has a hill known as "Kite Hill". Local high school cross country meets are occasionally held here.Add Laguna Niguel Regional Park to your Laguna Niguel travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Laguna Niguel trip itinerary maker site .
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Laguna Niguel Regional Park Reviews
The regional park is great for hiking, jogging, bike riding, dog walking, family gatherings a FC group picnics. Well equipped shelters surrounded by expansive lawns, nearby parking make gatherings eas... more »
A great place to walk your dog (or yourself!), go fishing or play tennis.This place takes me away from the normal hustle and bustle of everyday life. more »
This park is great for hiking, biking, fishing, picnicking, dog-walking and birdwatching. It has several playgrounds, a par course, an amphitheater, tennis courts and, by the end of thi year, pickle b... more »
If it was not for all the goose poop EVERYWHERE, I would give it 5 stars. Our family calls this place Dirty Goose Park for a reason. It’s a shame because it’s perfect in every other way.
Walking around the lake is peaceful, and especially pretty when the sun sets. The park is well maintained. Great place for a party or a picnic. There are volleyball nets, tennis courts, even a horseshoe pit, as well as 2 separate playgrounds. Fishing gets real popular in the winter when the lake gets stocked.
Great place to walk around the lake , 1 lap equals 1.45 miles for those who want to know
This regional is nicely situated among residential suburbs and commercial plazas. It gives you the touch of nature and retreat you need from your everyday life in South county. Though I will say fishing isn't the most successful event/activity here if you're basing it on the size of the lake. The bait shop located by the lake is not open, ever, it seems like. Though the peaceful park retreat feeling from traffic and work is what you get.
Large park. Lots of walking, biking and skating paths. Public restrooms, but no usually available refreshments. Lovely views, including a big lake with wild birds.
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