May 24, 2019

Welcome Home to Irvine: A Neighborhood Guide Part 2

We are excited about our new home here in Irvine, and we have been exploring our neighborhood to bring you all the highlights! In this second part of our Irvine Neighborhood guide, we will lay out some of our favorite entertainment options, some great opportunities to keep yourself at your healthiest, and some great ways to treat your pet like royalty. Without further delay, here is part 2 of our Irvine Neighborhood Guide.

Main Attractions

 

Orange County has so much to offer in the way of entertainment and excitement. Irvine is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds. With more than 16,000 acres of parks, nature preserves, and dedicated open space, it is a paradise for campers, hikers, bikers,  bird watchers, and nature lovers. There are miles of hiking and biking paths throughout Irvine and the surrounding area. It truly is a natural wonderland.

Irvine is also home to multiple museums, including Pretend City Children’s Museum and the Irvine Museum. At Pretend City, interactive exhibits and activities help teach children how the real world works. In the Irvine Museum, art lovers can experience breathtaking works that celebrate the beauty of California, created by world renowned artists.

The Orange County Great Park is another classic Irvine destination for all. This massive park, set on the former Marine Corps Air Station El Toro, is one of the true highlights of the city. Sports fans can play their games on one of the 12 baseball and softball fields, 13 soccer/Lacrosse fields, championship stadium where OC’s professional soccer team plays, five sand volleyball courts, 25 tennis courts, and 4 NHL size ice rinks. There are also fun activities for family visitors, like the Great Park Carousel, or the most famous part of the park, the Great Park Balloon. This huge helium balloon takes passengers up to 400 feet in the air, giving unparalleled views of up to 40 miles in any direction! Plus, take advantage of the many concerts, farmers’ markets, and other events Orange County Great Park has to offer.

A Healthier You

 

At Skyloft, you will be able to reach and maintain your health goals in our state of the art fitness studio with Technogym® Cardio Equipment, a challenging rock climbing wall, and more. But for those looking for a more niche workout experience, Irvine has everything you could need just minutes away. For those looking to enter the martial arts arena, Gracie’s Gym offers Jiu-Jitsu training taught by world champion Jiu-Jitsu master Clark Gracie. And it’s just steps from our front door! If you are looking for a more intensive training regimen, jump on the crossfit train at Crossfit Brit, Just a 5 minute drive from Skyloft. Find balance in body and mind at CorePower Yoga, just a few blocks down Jamboree Road.  Whatever motivates you to better health can be found nearby.

Pet Pawsibilities

 

As a pet friendly community, we understand that your pet is a full member of the family and deserves the very best! That’s why we offer pet-centered services like a dog run & pet park to socialize with other furbabies, as well as a pet spa to keep your furry friends fresh and clean. For all your other pet needs, there are plenty of nearby destinations to keep your pet happy and healthy. For toys, supplies, food, and more, both PetSmart and PetCo are just a short distance from Skyloft. If you worry about leaving your pet home alone while you are at work or need a safe place to board them when you leave town, there are trusty friends close by at Passionate 4 Pets. They offer overnight Pet Pajama Parties, walking services, and even in-home visitation. And finally, keep your little ones at their peak wellness with primo veterinary care at Irvine Pet Complex.

We hope this two-part guide to Irvine has given you a good introduction to our community. Keep following this blog here to keep up on all the best places to go for food, drinks, shopping, activities, and more! And be sure to share your favorite Irvine hangouts with us on Facebook or Instagram.

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