With its safe residential areas, outstanding cultural and recreational opportunities, and a stable economy, Buena Park is one of the Los Angeles metropolitan area’s most prized residential suburbs and commercial hubs.
It has a diverse population of 83,000 residents and is a world-renowned tourist destination, which means it is one of the most fun places in Orange County, especially if you have kids.
A Fun-Fueled Economy
Buena Park’s economy is thriving. With approximately 100 manufacturing and warehousing companies, a flourishing auto center, and corporations including Nutrilife, Georgia Pacific, Leach International, and Yamaha Music, Brea offers employment to a huge number of its residents.
A major economic boon to the city is its Entertainment Corridor, which is an excellent choice for family-friendly entertainment. The area is home to many popular attractions including the Knott’s Berry Farm theme park and its water park Knott’s Soak City, Pirate’s Dinner Adventure, Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament, as well as a variety of hotels. Buena Park is also the proud home of a Ripley’s Believe it or Not! wax museum. The area continues to expand, offering new entertainment and lodging options with great frequency.
The Quiet Side of Fun
Adults are not left out on the fun in Buena Park. For a relaxing day of leisure, the Los Coyotes Country Club, located on the northeast side of the city, features a 27-hole championship golf course designed by Billy Bell in 1957 and redesigned by Ted Robinson in 1998. The popular course has even been home to the Los Coyotes LPGA Classic golf tournament.
Brea is also a fantastic place for nature enthusiasts. The 105-acre Ralph B. Clark Regional Park, located in the West Coyote Hills, is one of Orange County’s most eye-catching parks. With its nature trails, amphitheater, fishing pond, and museum of ice age fossils and geology exhibits, nature lovers and natural history buffs will be impressed.
Getting Around Buena Park
The north-south street Beach Boulevard, also known as State Route 39, is Buena Park’s main commercial throughway. It connects the city’s civic center, the E-Zone entertainment district, and the downtown shopping area. In addition, California State Route 91 and Santa Ana Freeway (Interstate 5) connect Buena Park to its neighbors in all directions. Although there is public bus service, residents tend to rely on cars for transportation. When paired with a high number of tourists arriving daily, especially in summer, car accidents can be a somewhat common occurrence.
Car accidents can of course lead to lost wages, medical bills, and pain. If you become the victim of another person’s careless driving, you’ll want to get in touch with a car accident attorney you can trust. At Jamal Injury Law, we are committed to getting you the compensation you need to cover your medical bills, rehabilitation, and other expenses. We represent a wide variety of accident victims including: