Laguna Niguel city is located in the Orange County, California. The city was built by a planned community after the 1980's. The city comprises of a large number of old buildings. The majority of land in Laguna Niguel is open space these are naturally preserved parks, which attract many tourists every year.
1. Aliso and Wood Canyons Regional Park: The Park is spread over an area of 80 acres and has a lake. The lake holds a large variety of fish such as catfish, blue gill and bass. The winter season is the best to visit the park.
2. Badlands Park: The Park is famous for housing the world's best preserved beds of Oligocene epoch fossil. There are fossils of many mammals such as horses, bison, rhinoceros and many others. The road to the park is famous due to its fantastic construction. Summer in the park is dry with occasional thunderstorms.
3. Niguel West: The Niguel West is a neighboring place of Laguna Niguel. There are around 101 houses in the valley which are an interesting place to visit in Laguna Niguel.
4. Orange County Natural History Museum: The best place to see the historical aspects of the Laguna Niguel.
5. Laguna Niguel Pali Trail: The Laguna Niguel Pali Trail is a difficult trail. The trail comprises a 1600 feet of climb in a hot and dry environment. After climbing upwards the hikers can view the enchanting view of the ocean and coastline.