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About Laguna Niguel
Laguna Niguel is a 14.72 square mile planned community in South Orange County, California and is located halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego. It is surrounded by the cities of Aliso Viejo, Dana Point, Laguna Beach, Laguna Hills, Mission Viejo and San Juan Capistrano. Laguna Niguel, home to just over 67,000 residents, is a spectacular environment to reside in. It is close to the crisp ocean breeze, which truly makes a pleasant temperature difference in comparison to all inland cities. Laguna Niguel began to develop in the early 1980’s. Existing and planned use of Laguna Niguel’s 9,456 acres includes 3,549 acres residential, 276 acres commercial, 223 acres mixed uses, 222 acres public/institutional facilities and 3,650 acres designated to parks and open space. Over one-third of Laguna Niguel is designated as open space. This significant amount of open space is one of the key features defining the character and urban form of the City. The City has 2 community parks, 23 neighborhood parks, 3 mini-parks, 1 dog park, 2 county regional parks, 2 small county parks and the new Laguna Niguel Skate & Soccer Park. Laguna Niguel has an excellent schooling system in place with outstanding student achievement reports. In addition, it is a professional community with many types of Business Firms that are contributing tremendously to the visibility of the city. There are magnificent sightseeing spots in Laguna Niguel. One is the Ritz Carlton resort with beautiful views of the coastal tranquility. The St. Regis Resort has a magnificent dinning experience as well as breathtaking views. For those that like to venture into the wild life aspect of Laguna Niguel, there are plenty of trails at the Aliso Wildlife Sanctuary and Trails with a path that extends 3-4 miles into the canyon. Also, there are numerous trails for hikers and bikers to get a feel for the essence of the outdoors. Laguna Niguel is the ideal city for those that like to escape the inner city crowd yet still have nearby access of the Pacific Coast. School District: Capistrano Unified School District. Points of Interest: Orange County Natural History Museum, Aliso Woods & Canyons Regional Park, Laguna Niguel Regional Park, Crown Valley Community Park, Laguna Niguel Skate & Soccer Park, The Links at Monarch Beach, Salt Creek Beach (Dana Point).