Welcome to Garden Grove

Garden Grove is a vibrantly progressive and growing city located just south of Los Angeles in Orange County, California. It's motto, "The City of Youth and Ambition," accurately reflects this culturally diverse community of over 170,000 people. Garden Grove is home to four annual cultural festivals that celebrate the Vietnamese, Korean, Arabic, and American heritage. Garden Grove's Strawberry Festival, now more than 45 years old, is the largest community-based Memorial Day event in the western United States. Garden Grove is conveniently located less than 1 mile away from Disneyland, seven miles from Knott's Berry Farm, nine miles from local beaches, and 10 miles from John Wayne Airport. The beautiful Mojave Desert and San Bernardino Mountains are also just a short drive away.

Some of the city's top choices for visitors include:

Atlantis Play Center
Atlantis Way, Garden Grove, CA 92844
+1 714 892 6015
There are several playgrounds in one large enclosed play area. There are Concrete creatures to play on in addition to swings, slides, tubes etc. Don't miss the sea serpent slide. Grass area for picnicking and shade trees. Adults are only admitted with a child. There is a large picnic table area for large groups. There is a birthday party area with King Triton on the throne Call about party specials.

The Crystal Cathedral
12141 Lewis Street, Garden Grove, CA 92840
+1 714 971 4000
Located in Garden Grove, California, the Crystal Cathedral is the home base for the international Crystal Cathedral Ministries, including a congregation of over 10,000 members and the internationally televised "Hour of Power." The largest glass building in the world, the Cathedral was built by the Rev. Robert Schuller. Schuller started out in 1955, as pastor of California's first "drive-in" church, in Garden Grove.