Laguna Niguel Regional Park, Laguna Niguel
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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.
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  • A walk around the lake is 2.4 miles. Around the entire park trail is 3.7 miles. Very safe and clean park great for early morning walks. 
  • The gem of the city --a beautiful grand park with mini-waterfalls and a stocked fishing lake. Its 5-10 dollars to get in but you can park for free in the sports field next to the lake which is behind ...  more »
  • Have been to several of the Laguna Niguel summer concert series. The new arena is great and well designed. The concerts are so much fun, you see all ages, families with small children and no one is af...  more »
  • Very nice park, a lot of the areas feel secluded. Nice views, lots of trees and opened area to play in. The bathrooms are clean and the tables have running water.
  • Very nice park! Not crowded and plenty of parking
  • Beautiful area to walk with dogs, picnic with family, fishing, easy hiking/trail running. Ranger drives around lake frequently so it feels safe even at dusk. During winter/spring you will see groups of Canadian geese grazing in the grass. Water fountains and simple but clean bathrooms. Nice place to birdwatch or listen to frogs, crickets, owls. Several workout stations scattered throughout park; tennis courts; beach volleyball court; amphitheater; children's play ground.
  • Very beautiful park with a beautiful large lake. Loved it there.!
  • Great park with great amenities. The birds are fun to look at and they keep it stocked with fish regularly for fishing.