Econo Lodge Maingate

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

871 South Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim, California, 92805, United States
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 58% more and rated 25% lower than other 2 star hotels

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  • Families53
  • Couples44
  • Solo100
  • Business44

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Tour Suggestions

by Micmarie

We are making our first trip to Anaheim and area in Feb. Two adults and 3 children age 8 13 and 16. Can anyone recommend a good tour company to take us o areas outside of Anaheim such as Universal Studios ,Knotts Berry Farm,and The Citadel Shopping Outlet? My husband refuses to rent a car as hates the traffic.

RE: RE: Tour Suggestions

by RicardoBA

You can do Universal on your own. There is a bus tour from the Disneyland Transportation area which includes the ticket to Universal, then returns you back again that evening. The bus is essentially free transport to the studio. Knott's Berry Farm is closeby and you can access with a taxi from Disneyland. You might check the website for The Citadel to see if they have a shuttle from Disneyland.
Just one suggestion: if you rent a car for the day, you can drive South towards San Diego and visit the outlet mall at Carlsbad near Legoland. It's really quite large outdoor mall. The traffic is not bad going South from Disneyland. This would,also give you the opportunity to pass by some of the beautiful seaside towns in Orange County such as Huntington Beach(SurfCity USA),Newport Beach and Laguna Beach, which are all part of THE OC).
I agree with your husband, that I don't like the idea of driving to Universal or the Citadel in the traffic.

Travel Tips for Anaheim

Don't Forget California Adventure!

by chrisgerke

When you go to Disneyland don't forget to go next door to California Adventure. It's different than Disneyland but it's still fun! I remember sitting on my grandfather's lap watching Fantasmic when I was a little kid. I was about 8 but I knew I never wanted to leave.


by Yaqui

Ok, you probably thinking this is a no brainer, but you'd be surpised how many times I see families lost and going back and forth from each part of the park. I don't need the maps, because I know the park like the back of my hand:-) Yet, there are those who don't attend the magical place of earth that often. So hang onto this wonderful source of information so you can plan and map out which cool ride to get to next. Oh, don't forget checkout, which rides that might be down that day. They usually have a sign on the ticket booths windows, which rides are not in operation for the day for planning purposes.


by keeweechic

During the summer time you can expect warm to hot days with cool evenings. I would suggest light clothing during the day, but don't forget the sweatshirt because the evenings and early mornings at Disneyland tend to get a little cool. Winter can get pretty cool (in the 50's to 70's) with more rain during this time.

Yet another cool stadium....

by Jabberjenn

Each ballpark in North America is unique in its own way, and Edison Field is no exception to that rule. Without a doubt, what people will remember most after visiting this stadium is the Outfield Extravaganza area, the signature piece of the ballpark. The "Extravaganza" area is located behind the outfield wall in left center-field. It kind of looks like a bunch of rocks with water geyers that spray up into the air, and fireworks will shoot off after each great play on the field.

Like most ballparks, beer, food, and parking are all pretty expensive, but its well worth the cost to see such a cool stadium. Be aware that Edison Field is located rather close to the Disneyland Resort...maybe this is a good time to drop off you nagging wife and hyperactive kids at Disneyland so you can enjoy a quiet afternoon at the ballpark! Locals here have told me games don't usually sell out on the weekdays, unless the Angels are playing another California-based team. I purchased my tickets for this game on the internet just to be safe, especially since I was coming from across the country and didn't want to be stuck without a ticket.

If you're in the Anaheim area (or even the L.A. area) try to catch a game at Edison Field.

Galleries, Exhibits...

by gkitzmil

City of Brea Gallery,
Exhibits and demonstrations. Brea. 714-990-7730.

Fullerton Museum Center
Fullerton. 714-738-6545.

Huntington Beach Art Center
Exhibits of artwork by contemporary regional and national artists. Huntington Beach. 714-374-1650.
Irvine Museum
Irvine. 949-476-2565.
Irvine Fine Arts Center
Irvine. 949-724-6880.
Laguna Art Museum
Exhibits of local artists. Laguna Beach. 949-494-8971.

Mission San Juan Capistrano
Built in 1776, one of Father Junipero Serra's historic missions known for the return of the swallows every March. San Juan Capistrano. 949-494-8971.

Muckenthaler Cultural Center
Traveling exhibits and events. Fullerton, 714-738-6595.

New Saigon Cultural Court
Westminster. 714-891-2122.

Orange County Museum of Art South Coast Plaza Satellite Gallery
Costa Mesa. 714-662-3366

Art Festivals

Sawdust Art Festival
Artists and craftspeople display their work. Laguna Beach. 949-494-3030.
Festival of Arts/Pageant of the Masters
Original artworks during July & August. Laguna Beach. 949-494-1145.

Original arts and crafts during July & August. Laguna Beach. 949-494-4514.

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Address: 871 South Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim, California, 92805, United States