Finding the right place to stay in LA can be very difficult indeed.
With over 500 miles of area, the city of LA sprawls through tech and entertainment hubs and into deep suburbia. Luckily, with an easy-to-use train line and slick and simple roads, the city is easily traversable, meaning that wherever you’re staying, you can reach the main attractions of the city with ease.
One area with great transport links is the Buena Park suburb, which is connected by State Route 39 as well as several Metrolink’s and train routes which will give you direct access into Downtown LA. With a branch of Good Nite Inn California based in Buena Park, you’ll be ideally located for easy access to the rest of the city.
Of course, that isn’t to say that there isn’t plenty of opportunity for adventure in the immediate area, which is why there are so many high-quality hotels in Buena Park. So, if you’re visiting LA and have some time to kill in the Buena Park area, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best sites and attractions to stop by.
Knott’s Berry Farm
Knot’s Berry Farm is a theme Park owned by the Cedar Fair group. This popular theme park is in the top ten most visited theme parks in North America and includes 40 different rides.
The 57-acre park includes several themed areas, including Wild Water Wilderness, Camp Snoopy and a pop culture-themed Fiesta Village.
Having opened in 1986, this themed family dinner event includes Medieval games and jousting tournaments.
Set around an arena, guests eat dinner whilst watching the 11th century themed story unfold, eventually culminating in a horse bound battle between opposing knights. With an eclectic cast of characters, the Medieval Times in Buena Park is a unique experience for families from all over the world.
Pirates Dinner Theater
With a new show arriving this summer, the Buena Park Pirates Dinner Theatre is a rip-roaring 18th century inspired interactive dinner show.
With 150 audience members per show, this stunning interactive dinner event pits pirates against each other, swinging high and low from the rigging and masts of a purpose-made Spanish Galleon Ship. With a four-course meal to boot, you’ll almost certainly be wowed by the whole experience.
Based just outside of the Buena Park district in Anaheim, the Californian Disneyland is the original Disney-themed park and brings in 18.5 million tourists a year. Whether you’re on the lookout for thrilling roller coasters or magical theatre shows, this LA-based resort is one of the most popular of its kind in the world.
Knott’s Soak City
Open from May to September, this water park is a thrilling swimming resort filled with waterslides and a wide range of other water-based attractions.
With dozens of waterslides and wave machine pools, this park is open to all ages but, naturally, has certain rides operating under height policies. Nevertheless, with the Sunset River, Banzai Falls and Gremmie Lagoon, all ages will be able to enjoy the fun!
For guests at the Good Nite Inn Buena Park interested in nearby sporting attractions, the Angel Stadium is local and is a hub for baseball fans.
As the Los Angeles Angels home ground, the Angel Stadium can hold up to 45,000 attendees and is well worth a visit from traveling baseball lovers.