The 38th National Stereoscopic Association Convention
3D-Con
July 25th-30th, 2012   •   Hilton, 3050 Bristol St., Costa Mesa, CA 92626

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

If you've planned an extended stay, there are unlimited things to do in Southern California. Here is something to get you started.

Things to do in Orange County

DISNEYLAND - Convention Discounts: The original Disneyland is in Anaheim, not far from Costa Mesa. Mary Ann and Wolfgang Sell have arranged special pricing for us! The Disneyland graphic links to our special ticket page. Tickets are valid from Monday, July 23, 2012 to Sunday, August 5, 2012. Ticket store closes and tickets will no longer be available for purchase after 9:00 PM PST on Tuesday, July 24, 2012.

Anaheim/Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau
uptake.com listing
daytrippen.com listing

Things to do in Los Angeles County

Susan Pinsky and David Starkman present a list of great things to see and do in Los Angeles: LAThingstoSeeandDoSusanandDavid.pdf

Things to do in Riverside County

See and Photograph Adorable
Alpacas
at Shiloh Springs Ranch (about 1hour, 15 min. drive) Address is 39505 Avenida Bonita, Murrieta, CA 92562. Please call Nancy or Richard Masak at 1(951) 677-2126 before you leave so they can arrange to let you in the gate. For a necessary map and driving instructions on Mapquest.com or Google Maps, enter "Hilton Orange County, Costa Mesa, CA" for the "From" and the above address in Murrieta for the "To".

Check out their web site at http://ShilohSpringsRanch.com Owners Nancy and Richard Masak say "One of the best parts of owning alpacas is getting to watch the looks of amazement and joy on the faces of kids and adults seeing alpacas for the first time. We welcome visitors most anytime, just please give us a call to schedule the time. We work outside most everyday with our herd, so if you just stop by chances are we won't hear the buzzer on the front gate. "Saturdays are usually the best time to plan a visit. We have agistors here working with their alpacas, plus you may get lucky and get to watch the kids leading the younger alpacas through the obstacle courses."

Website by Terry Wilson, terryfic.com