Buena Park is a city in northwest Orange County, CA, about 18 miles southeast of Downtown Los Angeles and 12 miles northwest of Santa Ana. Originally settled in the 1780’s by explorers from Spain, Buena Park was incorporated in 1953. Surrounding cities are Cerritos and Hawaiian Gardens on the west, La Mirada to the north, Fullerton and Anaheim are east, and Cypress and Stanton are south. The city is crossed by both the I-5 and SR-91 giving east access to the rest of southern California.
Several tourist attractions are located in Buena Park in the city’s “E-Zone” district including Knott’s Berry Farm, Medieval Times dinner theater, Ripley’s Believe it or Not museum, and the Japanese Village and Deer Park. Other attractions are the Los Coyotes Country Club where golf tournaments have been hosted, and several historic buildings which house the city’s local history museum.
The city is served by seven different school districts: Buena Park School District covers nearly the entire northern half of the city, the rest of which feeds into the Fullerton Joint Union High School District; the districts of Centralia, Cypress, Magnolia, and Savanna serve the remainder of the city, feeding into the Anaheim Union High School District on the east side. Buena Park High School is the only high school within city limits; Kennedy, Savanna, Sunny Hills and Western high schools also all serve the city’s students, but are located in adjacent cities. The city’s library began operation in 1905, and after several temporary locations it was formally established and built in 1969. An agricultural and dairy center during its early years, Buena Park is now mostly a residential suburb and retail area.
Located in the northeast corner of Buena Park is the 105-acre Ralph B. Clark Regional Park features an amphitheater, nature trails, a stocked fishing pond, and a small museum which features ice age fossil and local geology exhibits. The City of Buena Park has a local history park where several historic buildings have been preserved. These include the Whitaker-Jaynes House (which serves as the city’s local history museum) the Bacon House – possibly the oldest surviving structure from the area, the Stage Stop Hotel (which houses the California Welcome Center-Orange County) and the Tice House. The Dreger Clock, a 75-year-old multi-faced street clock, was installed in front of the Whitaker/Jaynes house overlooking Beach Blvd in September 2009 after a two-year restoration project.
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