The Rancho Santa Margarita community is approximately 55 minutes south of Buena Park where you will find all kinds of amusing things to do and see. Many of the residents of the Rancho Santa Margarita real estate market like to visit the city to go to Ralph B. Clark Regional Park, Pirate’s Dinner Adventure or Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament. Other fun things to do in the city include, Knott’s Berry Farm (and Soak City), Nutrilite Health Institute Tours, Clark Interpretive Center and Paleontology Museum, California Welcome Center, Buena Park Historic District Tours, Bodies-The Exhibition and Big Air Trampoline. The Rancho Santa Margarita homes for sale are approximately 75 minutes from Long Beach where you will find the Queen Mary, Aquarium of the Pacific, Long Beach Convention Center, Museum of Latin American Art, Earl Burns Miller Japanese Park, Rancho Los Alamitos, El Dorado Park, Carpenter Performing Arts Center, Walter Pyramid, Port of Long Beach, Los Cerritos Ranch House, and Terminal Island. BanCorp REG® has always stood for easier and faster™ Rancho Santa Margarita real estate – view Rancho Santa Margarita villas, penthouses, condos and townhomes where our local Rancho Santa Margarita Realtors offer a rare insider’s perspective into the market.
If you are in the area looking at Rancho Santa Margarita properties and then have some extra time left over after exploring the Rancho Santa Margarita community, you will find that there are all kinds of fun things to do and see in South Orange County. The Orange County Museum of Art is a museum located in Newport Beach, and the museum's collection comprises more than 3,000 objects, with a concentration on the art of California from the early 20th century to present. The Laguna Coast Wilderness Park is a 7,000-acre wilderness area in the San Joaquin Hills surrounding Laguna Beach, and the park features coastal canyons, ridgeline views and the only natural lakes in Orange County, The Rancho Santa Margarita homes for sale are just a short Sunday drive away from Casa Romantica which is located in San Clemente, and was built by Ole Hanson. In 1927, Carl Lindbom was commissioned to design a home with seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms that overlooked the Pacific Ocean. The Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve is a nature reserve in the city of Huntington Beach, and it is designated by the California Department of Fish and Game to protect a coastal wetland, with its resident threatened and endangered species.
The Rancho Santa residential market is approximately 45 minutes away from Newport Beach which is home to the largest recreational harbor on the west coast. Here you will also find the Balboa Pier and the Wedge, which is a spot located at the extreme east end of the Balboa Peninsula and it known for its large wedge shaped waves that makes it a popular spot for skim-boarding, surfing, body-boarding and bodysurfing. The Rancho Santa homes for sale are found southeast of Huntington Beach where you will find the International Surfing Museum, the US Open of Surfing and the Huntington Beach Pier. The Santa Ana Zoo at Prentice Park has been a unique educational and recreational resource for Orange County residents since 1952, and the Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa is located on the grounds of the Orange County Fair and Event Center. The Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum in Yorba Linda is the presidential library and final resting place of Richard Milhous Nixon, the 37th President of the United States, and Saddleback Church in Lake Forest is lead by influential pastor Rick Warren. Adventure City is a family theme park located in Anaheim, and the Fullerton Arboretum is a 26-acre botanical garden with a collection of plants from around the world, located on the northeast corner of Cal State Fullerton. BanCorp REG® offers a rare insider’s perspective into Rancho Santa Margarita real estate – where our search for Rancho Santa Margarita condos, lofts, townhomes, penthouses and villas for sale is facilitated by market-savvy Rancho Santa Margarita Realtors.