Residents of Southern California enjoy the outdoors every season, but autumn at Great Park Neighborhoods is a special time for families and friends to gather together and enjoy the warm weather during monthly celebrations at Beacon Park! ‘Sunday Funday’ events recently took place for residents of all ages. Beacon Park welcomed everyone with live music, arts & crafts and gourmet food trucks, all with a family-friendly ambience. Guests relaxed on the grass, enjoyed a walk around the park, explored The LookOut, a unique and elaborate treehouse with a birds-eye view of the park, or took a stroll through the nearby models to discover brand-new homes now selling at Beacon Park.


More than 25,000 visitors came out for the Beacon Park grand opening weekend on Aug 15 – 16 to tour new-home models, explore amenities, and enjoy the weekend at Beacon Park’s neighborhood park. From getting colorful at the Arts House, to enjoying the view at The Lookout, an elaborate treehouse overlooking the nearby Orange County Great Park, visitors learned firsthand how life will be different here. Before the day was over, several guests left Beacon Park as new homeowners – becoming the latest additions to the Great Park Neighborhoods family.


Thousands of glowing pumpkins, carved by the community, will illuminate Pavilion Park on Saturday, October 25 at the Great Park Neighborhoods first-ever “Pumpkin Glow.” This new legacy event for residents and the community is also the first of its kind for Orange County. It will feature carved and sculpted pumpkins, creating an amazing, illuminated outdoor pumpkin artwork display. The event will take place one night only on Saturday, October 25 from 6-9 p.m., at Pavilion Park.

03 Oct 2013

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