On your next visit to Buena Park in California, there are certain things that have to make your bucket list! There is actually so much for people of all ages to see and do in the welcoming city. I guess the first question is will hotels in California be open. They currently are, and with the lock down easing, there is no harm in planning ahead for your future visit to Buena Park.
Knott’s Berry Farm
This the most popular tourist attraction in Buena Park. This amusement park was opened in 1940 and is a whopping 160 acres big. As well as amazing dare-devil rides, there is also a seasonal waterpark full of splash-tastic attractions.
- Ralph B Clark Regional park
This park is in the centre of the city but it also sprawls out into the West Coyote hills. It is visited by people who love to fish, as there are trout and catfish in the parks’ waters. There are also sports fields and even a fossil house.
And after all that walking you’ll want to sink into a comfy bed, so make sure you check out our Good Nite Inn Buena Park hotels before you travel.
- Brea Creek
This picture-perfect spot to see some of Buena Parks natural beauty. There is also a popular gold course that runs alongside it.
- Medieval Times
Go back in time with a 4-course meal, whilst being entertained by jousting knights and even falconry displays. Definitely a different dining experience to add to the bucket list.
- The Titanic Exhibition
This exhibit showcases an impressive collection of 250 genuine artefacts that were recovered from the ship. They have also reconstructed some of the rooms, so you can see how they were back in 1912.
- California Welcome Centre Buena Park
The welcome house for visitors is worth the trip just to see the 1890’s Stage Stop Hotel building it is located in. Here you can pick up your tour maps, travel guides and discount vouchers.
After you’ve checked in to one of the Good Nite Inn’s aaa discount hotels in Buena Park, you should head here to get everything you need to plan your visit.
- The Bodies Exhibition
Learn about the human body by looking at real-life human bodies! As crazy as it sounds, you’ll see preserved bodies that have been dissected and displayed in order for people to learn more about the human body.
- The Jain Center of Southern California
This non-profit center has exhibits for visitors to learn about the Jain Religion. They offer a number of lectures and presentations throughout the year lead by Dignitaries from India.
- Howie’s Game Shack
This is an absolute must for gamers visiting Buena Park. It is the largest interactive gaming center in North America. There are over 800 PC and X Box gaming stations and it’s open from noon to midnight, giving you plenty of time to get some quality gaming in.
Enjoy some comedy and food! There are acrobats, magicians, singers and dancers to entertain you whilst you enjoy a gourmet dinner.
The Good Nite Inn check in time is 3pm, so you’ll have plenty of time to explore before and after.
What are the facilities open at Buena Park, California?
Facilities open at Buena Park, California are:
>City Hall and Community Center re-opened from May 11th onwards.
>Guests are “metered” to public counters
>Visitors must wear face coverings
>Limit person-to-person contact
>Wash their hands frequently
>The City Yard is open for business
>In Parks Social distancing and face coverings required
>Picnic shelters allow a group of 10 or less.
>Tennis court 4 person per court
>Skate park allows maximum 10 person