QUALITY OF LIFE
Tustin was named one of the top 25 places in the United States to live well by Forbes Magazine. View the article here.
Tustin is home to several shopping areas that are spread throughout Tustin and Tustin Ranch. They range in size from the small and intimate Old Town Tustin, to the bigger District and then to the massive Market Place that stretches for almost a mile on either side Jamboree Road in Tustin Ranch. All offer a wide range of stores, products, and services in pleasant surroundings. Most of the centers are conveniently located within easy walking distance of the city’s residential areas. Many also feature a wide array of fine dining establishments that turn a shopping trip into a fun experience.
TUSTIN REAL ESTATE
The quality of life that Tustin residents enjoy is hard to beat anywhere. Tustin enjoys a wide variety of housing to suit every family size and type. Housing ranges from estate-sized single-family dwellings to moderately priced apartments. All of the areas in the city have moderately parks interspersed among the homes and apartments, with retail facilities located nearby. Tustin also has a wide variety of apartment communities to provide for all family sizes. Apartment communities range from the newest in Tustin Ranch to more mature complexes in the western and southern parts of the city.
Come and experience the grand tradition of golf. Inside you’ll find 6,800 yards of classic Ted Robinson design. The pro shop, golf school, practice facility, recently renovated and expanded clubhouse and wedding and banquet services are the finest available – just as tradition would have it.
12442 Tustin Ranch Road, Tustin Ranch, CA. (714) 730-1611
PARKS & RECREATION
Tustin offers a wide range of recreation programs for its residents. Parks dot the cityscape, and Tustin Ranch is home to a championship 18-hole golf course. One of the truly unique features is the “Concerts in the Park” series that runs in Peppertree Park during the summer. These concerts are family-oriented and feature a wide variety of musical groups. Contact the Parks & Recreation Department for details (714-573-3326). Tustin Area Council for Fine Arts (TACFA) also puts on “Broadway in the Park” at Peppertree each fall.
Camino Real Park
13602 Parkcenter Ln
Cedar Grove Park
11385 Pioneer Rd
Columbus Tustin Park
14712 Prospect Ave
1400 Mitchell Ave
Laurel Glen Park
13301 Myford Rd
230 W First St
Pine Tree Park
1402 Bryan Ave
Tustin Centennial Park
14722 Devonshire Ave
Tustin Sports Park
12850 Robinson Dr
FAMILY & YOUTH CENTERS
The Family and Youth Center provides a full range of family and youth social, educational and recreational programs for the residents of southwest Tustin. Other highlights of the center include a licensed Head Start school readiness program and a computer-learning center. Open Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 6:00 pm. 14722 Newport Avenue, (714) 573-3370
Columbus Tustin Activity Center & Gym.
The gym offers a myriad of recreational programs for age groups ranging from middle school aged teens through adults. Open Monday – Friday 10:00 am – 10:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm. 17522 Beneta Way, corner of Irvine Boulevard and Prospect Street, (714) 573-3009.
Tustin Parks & Facilities are located throughout the city and within walking distance from many of our communities.