Fullerton, CA

Fullerton, CA is located in the Northern part of Orange County, about 25 miles southeast of Los Angeles. The Pacific Ocean is less than 15 miles away from Fullerton. It is about 11 miles higher than sea level and boasts a warm Mediterranean climate. Downtown Fullerton is easy to navigate with a traditionally patterned grid of streets and a flat terrain. Walking is the preferred method of transportation although there are bicycle rentals, motorcycles, taxis, buses, planes, and other methods to navigate the city. There are plenty of Homes for Sale in Fullerton. Recently Fullerton Home Value have gone up as well. Fullerton does offer Luxury homes for your executive taste, single family homes to establish and town homes for the startups.


The downtown area of the city is a mix of old and new with a vibrant historic district along with a bunch of new businesses. The city has grown in recent years; the population was just over 135,000 in 2010, according to the U.S. Census. The city is full of a diverse group of people, and the downtown area has a very eclectic vibe that is evident in the variety of bars, restaurants, and boutiques dotting the streets. Visitors can browse the specialty shops, stop off for a bite at one of the street cafe’s, or peruse the Museum Center.


Fullerton real estate is a mix of multimillionaire dollar real estate, historic homes, and everything in between. Many people say that it is a “fine place to live” and they enjoy life here because of the educational institutions like Fullerton School District and Fullerton College where students are taught to use the internet, books, and teachers to learn networking, technical, and traditional subjects.California State University, Argosy University, Marshall B. Ketchum University, and the College of Information and Technology are just a few more of the colleges and universities in the Fullerton area. California State has recently added a Physician’s Assistant program for students majoring in the medical field.

Parks and recreation

There are more than 50 parks and recreational facilities in and around the city of Fullerton. There are bounce houses, swimming pools, tennis courts, basketball courts, youth programs, and community events held all over the city. Family functions are seen almost every day of the week in parks all across Fullerton. The Orange County Court House performs weddings and has visitor information readily available.


Music is a huge part of the Fullerton culture, and outdoor musical events are popular throughout the year. Muckenthaler Cultural Center is one of the most famous places to visit for a broad range of events. Fox Fullerton Theater is another favorite destination.


There are many unique places in Fullerton to find gifts. One of the most popular places to shop is Fullerton Town Center. Fullerton Metro Center is always bustling with shoppers. Visitors often enjoy stopping by Ann Taylor, Second Avenue, and Out of Vogue.


The Old Spaghetti Factory and Table Ten Restaurant are two of the most popular restaurants in the community. They are both located in Downtown Fullerton. Taps Fish House & Brewery has high online reviews for service and food choice.

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