Apartment residents in tiny Villa Park are surrounded on all sides by the larger city of Orange, but their community has enough amenities to set it apart from any other in Orange County
Living in Villa Park is a stark contrast from the urban sights and sounds of surrounding Orange. In fact, there are limited roads and sidewalks in Villa Park, and the few that exist wind their way throughout the entire 2.1-square-mile city, connecting apartment residents by only a handful of quiet, tree-lined byways. These features give Villa Park a distinctively rural feel, which can be a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of greater Orange County. At the same time, those living in Villa Park apartments never feel disconnected from modern times, as the small city provides a wealth of destinations and attractions to keep them busy.
The central Villa Park Towne Centre provides everything apartment renters will need for their banking, shopping or grocery needs. The centre also features a popular spa, cafes and restaurants, giving apartment residents in Villa Park a charming open-air district to visit and meet with neighbors and friends. Residents also head to the centre to get a taste of old-fashioned fudge or malts at one of the district's specialty shops.
Villa Park also hosts a number of annual events to celebrate its unique sense of community. Apartment residents enjoy the games, live music and food at the Villa Park city picnic - held each May - and flock to the Great Inland Boat Parade and Holiday Celebration each December, where "land yachts" of all types travel from the high school to the shopping center in time for holiday festivities.
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