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Laguna Hills is not a large city – it is roughly 6 ½ miles square – and is bordered by Aliso Viejo, Irvine, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo and Laguna Niguel.
One of the features of the city is the Nellie Gail neighborhood which was originally planned as an equestrian community; the community has retained its original calling, harkening back to its agrarian roots and is an equestrian oasis in the area. The neighborhood provides acces to 25 miles of equestrian trails, and the Nellie Gail Ranch Equestrian Center offers excellent amenities, including:
- 96 stalls
- Lighted sand arenas
- Two sun pens / Round pens
- Multiple grooming stalls
- Clubhouse with full kitchen
A number of parks dot the area; here are a few:
Gallup Park has a lovely view from the gazebo and has a tot lot, a basketball court and picnic tables.
Dapple Grey Park
The park includes an equestrian arena, a 50′ round pen, picnic area, and a basketball court.
Hidden Trail Park
The park has a tot lot, picnic tables, and a basketball court.
Moulton Ranch Park
This sprawling 8-acre park has a tot lot, covered picnic tables, and sports fields.
Cabot Park is a city park and has picnic table, a sports field, baseball field, a concession stand, restrooms and a tot lot.
Homes in Laguna Hills run the gamut from small condos to large custom equestrian homes sited on multiple acre parcels in Nellie Gail.
Laguna Hills Listings
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Laguna Hills Living
- Laguna Hills is adjacent to Mission Viejo, Laguna Niguel, and Aliso Viejo. Coastal-close, it is home to some of the larger equestrian homes in the area.
- Equestrian facilities in Nellie Gail, parks, sport courts and good schools are hallmarks of the area.