Laguna Niguel is a beautiful city in Orange County, California bounded by the city of Dana Point in the South which separates it from the Pacific Ocean, the Trabuco Creek in the east, the Aliso Viejo and Laguna Hills to the North. The name Laguna Niguel is derived from the words “Laguna” Spanish for Lagoon and “Nigueli” the name of a Juaneno Indian Village. This beautiful city occupies a hilly basin at the Southern end of San Joaquin Hills and is close to the Aliso Canyon, home to Aliso and Woods Wilderness Park as well as being the home of Laguna Niguel Regional Park and Sulphur Creek Reservoir.
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Reasons to Move to Laguna Niguel
Many cities are interesting, but with its beautiful creeks, magnificent hills and low ridges, there are just many things that make Laguna Niguel a place to call a home.
Weather-Laguna Niguel is known for its year round pleasant weather similar to much of Southern California with August being the hottest month and December the coolest; it’s mostly dry in this region with mild temperatures and only has rainfall greater than one inch only five months in the year which allow tourists to savor its attractions.
Tourism – The Laguna Niguel is characterized by several tourist and recreational spots, ranging from the Alison and WoodsCanyons, a regional park favored with petroglyphs and harboring a pastoral feel, a good spots for Nature and Historical Enthusiasts; the Laguna Niguel Recreational Parkfamous for its selection of Outdoor Activities ranging from tennis, volleyball, jogging and bicycling as well as its 44Acre lake, a very good fishing spots. Other tourist spots are the Niguel Botanical Reserve, an 18 acre garden used to demonstrate the use of drought tolerant plants, the Laguna Beach as well as the Skateboard and Soccer Park, a state of the art facility for sports and skateboard enthusiasts
Economy – The city of Laguna Niguel boasts of a vibrant economy, with firms ranging from Kohl’s, Wal-Mart, Costco amongst others employing between 100 – 500 staffs, this city offers the opportunity for Small and Medium Enterprises to thrive.
Education-The Laguna Niguel boasts of several educational institutions ranging from Elementary Schools to Colleges; this city is home to Saddleback College in Mission Viejo, California State University in Fullerton, Pepperdine University in Irvine, Thunderwood College, Chapman University and Soka University of America
Entertainment – This city is home to several events; there’s the Laguna Niguel Holiday Parade that holds every December and features marching bands, equestrian units , youth and civil groups and of course Santa ; the Bunny Blast that holds every March/April, an Easter event for children between 2 – 12 years with activities like pony rides, making crafts, face painting , exhibitions to the petting zoo; 4th of July Celebration; Relay for Life of Laguna Niguel, a community relay event benefitting the American Cancer Society amongst others. This city is also home to famous films like Lassie come Home (1943), Beaches (1988), Mamma Mia! (2008) featuring Meryl Streep amongst others, Hide (2011), Art Car: The Movie (2012) and so on.
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