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Would you like to spend your next vacation in a place where the world around you is full of fantasy and excitement? Welcome to Garden Grove in northern Orange County, California, and spend your holiday adventuring into the city and the surroundings. Garden Grove introduces you to Orange County’s world of fantasy, thanks to the nearby attraction sites. When you visit Garden Grove, you can find accommodations in the city or other neighboring cities. Find vacation rentals in Anaheim, Orange, or Buena Park and find out what the cities have to offer. You will enjoy staying in rentals near the best attraction sites where you can walk or drive a few miles as you catch some fantastic views.Comfy vacation rentals for everyone
If you’re planning to visit Garden Grove city with your lover, family, or friends, you have less to worry about the type of rental to book. Do you want a classy rental or a rustic one that’s spacious? Here, you can find accommodations ideal for smaller to larger groups. Enjoy staying in a rental with a pool, garden, Jacuzzi, and a view. To ensure you feel right at home, you will find rentals with internet, TV, air conditioning, and pet-friendly. Spend some days in your rentals swimming, reading, or enjoying stunning views before venturing deep into the city for more fun.
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Navigating the city and the surroundings
Garden Grove is 17.98 square miles, located 34 miles southeast of Los Angeles. You can go through the city from east to west using State Route 22, also referred to as Garden Grove Freeway. Head western side of the city to West Garden Grove, where you’ll find cities like Stanton and Beach Boulevard. To the northern side of the city, you can find the touristy Anaheim city that’s the home to Disneyland. Visit Buena Park on the northwestern side of Orange to the east. You can try various recreations and learn a few things about the cities.Garden Grove streets full of activities
You will feel rejuvenated by strolling in the streets on a lazy morning and discovering what the locals do for a living. Whether you’re staying in Garden Grove, Anaheim, Orange, or Buena Park, you won’t lack an idea of what to do next. Stroll to the streets and find out what’s unique about them. And the good thing is, you don’t have to feel insecure while walking or driving deep into the streets. Learn why some streets like the 16th, 7th, and 8th were named using numbers. You can walk with your loved one hand by hand and visit the malls for gifts buying or restaurants to grab some delicious meals. You can look for the best bars and clubs to enjoy live music and drinks in the evening.
Travelers and sensational outdoor activities
Orange County is best known for its fantastic sites that attract visitors from all over the word. You only have to put down on your list the best places that you want to visit and explore them one by one. Start with Disneyland and Disney California Adventure, a few miles from your rentals. Here, you will enjoy exploring awe-inspiring themed parks. If you take your kids here, they’ll live to remember your kindness. With eight themed areas like futuristic Tomorrowland and Frontierland, you can enjoy how it feels to venture into the world of fantasy. Try Santa Ana Zoo with your family and enjoy the charming features of the Zoo. See over 80 species of animals, including the smallest monkeys in the world and the Golden Headed Lion Tamarins.Garden Grove parks and beaches for recreation enthusiasts
If you’d like to look for fun outdoor activities for recreation, Garden Grove and the nearby cities have something for everyone. You can take your family or your friends to various parks in and near the city where you can engage in various games. Visit Huntington Beach and enjoy deep sea fishing, surfing, and volleyball on the sandy beach. Try Garden Grove Park, where you will spend time in games such as skating, playing basketball, picnicking, among others.
After the World War II boom, there was a rapid development, and as a result, Garden Grove was incorporated as a city in 1956. By then, the city had about 44,000 residents.
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As a history buff, you can enjoy spending an afternoon strolling at Stanley Ranch Museum & Historic Village. The site is 2 acres and consists of 17 historic buildings. Get into every building and enjoy glimpsing at unique themes and artifacts. Learn about the old homes and take stunning photos of the buildings and artifacts.Festival Amphitheater
Would you like to learn the city’s culture and soak up the works of Shakespeare? At Festival Amphitheater, you will enjoy watching various Shakespeare plays and other performances. Visit with your lover or family and spend watching the fantastic performances. You will also enjoy dance events, drama productions, and musical concerts.Village Green Park
If you want to unwind and enjoy the fresh air as you sleep or sit on beautiful green grass, visit Village Green Park. The park is one of the oldest parks in Garden Grove city and is popular among locals and travelers. You can spend an afternoon enjoying the warm weather and the scenic views with some snacks.Atlantis Park
Treat your kids to a visit to Atlantis Park, where they can enjoy playing on the green spots and other play areas. Your kids can join other children in the grassy knolls and the dragon slide that looks like a large sea serpent. Your kids will also ride on top of concrete animals, climbers, and swings to remain entertained.Legacy Nightclub and Lounge
Would you like to spend a night with friends in one of the local clubs? Legacy Nightclub and Lounge offers the best nightlife you can’t find anywhere else. Enjoy the music and DJ. Enjoy dancing among other travelers and taking their beer. You’ll also find delicious food when you get hungry.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Garden Grove
How much do the vacation rentals in Garden Grove cost on average?
Garden Grove is one of the cheapest cities in the USA. For a vacation rental here, you can expect to pay around $276 per night.
When are vacation rentals cheaper in Garden Grove?
]If you want to get the most out of your money, the cheapest months to visit Garden Grove are February ($203 the average per night for accommodation), December ($208), and August ($238).
During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Garden Grove?
Analyzing the data from last year, we found that costs per night for accommodation here are usually higher, on average, during the months of May ($356), September ($342), and October ($320).
Are there usually many vacation rentals available in Garden Grove?
It is better to plan ahead in Garden Grove as only 20% of the properties remain available throughout the year, according to last year's data.
When are more vacation rentals available?
July, August and September are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of properties available, with an average availability of 80%, 38%, and 19%. However, even during these months, when the availability is the highest, the average is only 46%. So it is still important you always book a little in advance to make sure you get the rental of your dreams.
Are there many rentals in Garden Grove?
In Garden Grove we offer you an extensive catalog of around 310 properties, with options to suit everyone, thanks to our 2 local and international providers.