Los Angeles / Orange County Visitor Information


Los Angeles bustles by day and sparkles by night. Get a great view of the show from the top of one of downtown’s high-rise hotels. Head to Olvera Street, where the city’s roots as a Mexican outpost come alive in colorful shops and restaurants. El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Monument encompasses 27 buildings of historical or architectural significance.

A must-see for both its art and architecture is the Museum of Contemporary Art-a building as stunning as the art exhibited inside. Other architectural showpieces are the Italianate Renaissance -style Biltmore Hotel, and the Beaux Arts-style Central Library. Mission-style Union Station captures the heyday of train travel. Music and theater fans adore the Music Center’s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, site of the Academy Awards.

Asia’s influence on LA is considerable. Visit restaurants, gardens, and upscale shops in Little Tokyo. Take in the Japanese-American National Museum for an intriguing look at the Japanese experience in this country. Explore and dine in Chinatown.

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Camp-California is concerned about the health and safety of our campers and adventurers. While camping and outdoor activities do offer the ability to self-isolate, we are encouraging all California residents and travelers to shelter in place until further notice. We recognize that getting outdoors is what you do best, and we will be here to reacquaint you with nature once we're cleared for adventure again!


Most private parks are open with 14-day minimums. If you are a full-time RVer looking to shelter in place, a member of the traveling medical profession, or a utility worker looking for a park please call our office and we can connect you with an appropriate location.