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Orange County Great Park Carousel

Orange County Great Park Carousel

The Orange County Great Park Carousel operates Thursday through Sunday from 9 a.m. (10 a.m. Thursday and Friday) to 10 p.m.  The cost is $2 per single ride or $3 for an all-day pass. Featuring hand-painted artwork inspired by vintage orange crate labels and Orange County scenes, the Great Park Carousel is a favorite for [...]

Orange County Great Park Sunday Adult Soccer League

Orange County Great Park Sunday Adult Soccer League

Sunday, February 22

Time(s): 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
Location: South Lawn | Map & Directions
$1,495 per team; Pre-registration required; Adults.

Visitor Information for the Great Park

Visitor Information for the Great Park

Plan your visit, decide on things to do and things to see by reviewing this information about the Orange County Great Park.

What is Open and What is Not

What is Open and What is Not

The Orange County Great Park has numerous classes, art exhibits, sports and fun activities that are ongoing. For upcoming events, go to: http://www.ocgp.org/events/.

688 acres at the Great Park

688 acres at the Great Park

Complete details of the public-private partnership with Five Point Communities follow. Area site/features maps are here. 688-acre narrative is here. City Council actions are here. Great Park description is here. ICTV coverage of the celebration is here.

Mark Leysen Exhibition in the Great Park Gallery

Mark Leysen Exhibition in the Great Park Gallery

Exhibition: November 1, 2014-January 25, 2015
Opening Reception: Sunday, November 2, 1-3 p.m.

Mark Leysen’s abstract expressionist paintings allude to physical space, its experience and emotional imprint. Color and rhythm shape the compositions, with geometric forms providing balance and harmony. Leysen’s tools and materials – brushes, palate knives, paints and his music collection – are incorporated in the exhibition to illustrate the creative process of the artist at work. Leysen taught college level art for over 30 years. Since his retirement in 2010, he has worked intensively on a new body of work influenced by geographical regions that inspire him including Carmel, Carpinteria, Coronado, Monterey and San Francisco, which will be featured in the exhibition [...]