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Descanso Park

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Descanso Park

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32506 Paseo Adelanto, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675-3603
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Laguna Niguel / Mission Viejo Station84 min
San Juan Capistrano Station11 min
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Mission San Juan Capistrano & Old Town Tour
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Mission San Juan Capistrano & Old Town Tour

San Juan Capistrano and it’s famous Mission include some of the most unique and beautiful sites in all of California. Few can compare to its historical and cultural importance going back 250 years - from the lives of the indigenous peoples to the very first wine-making in California.
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Solstice63 wrote a review Apr 2018
Mission Viejo, California272 contributions25 helpful votes
Descanso park is a nice place to hang out at and watch the bikers go by. However, there is a lot of parties during the weekends and every once in a while a homeless person around. With that said this park is actually located right behind the police services, so you feel safe while visiting here. The park is horrible, but it is still worth a visit if you have time to waste.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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on_the_go_98765 wrote a review Mar 2018
Tucson15,547 contributions1,474 helpful votes
This is a smaller, shady park with big trees, rest room facilities. an extensive and very nice variety of play equipment, lots of grass, and proximity to the San Juan Creek Trail path and the creek. It is situated just past the Police Department historic structure (which still carries the name "Dance Hall" from its former use). It's an inviting place to stop and rest, watch trains go by, and take in the beauty of nature.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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