About Irvine, California
Officially integrated on December 28, 1971, Irvine is one of the latest and biggest cities of Orange County, and it is continually developing. Irvine is leading the development in Orange County where just about everything is either restored or new. The progress of Irvine is largely due to the vast piece of land donated to the University of California system for its 4th campus, the University of Carolina Irvine. With a number of national and international businesses having a place in the city, Irvine is developing to be the Orange County's business center. There are a lot of commercial areas in Irvine where most of the bigger businesses have their offices. The city of Irvine is mostly portrayed as a perfectly made suburbia because of the wide main streets, wonderful landscape, and higher speed limits. One of the places to see while in Irvin is the Woodbridge Community Park that has picnic areas, basketball court, and volleyball court. The William Mason Regional Park is also a wonderful place to stroll or have a picnic as it has playgrounds, open grassy grounds, lakes, and trees. The Verizon Wireless Irvine Amphitheater holds concerts between May to December. It hosts an array of concerts from classical to rock. The Wild Rivers Waterpark situated next to the amphitheater offers water rides like lazy river and wave pool. It operates from May up to September, and it is a wonderful place to have fun with family and friends. Seasonal passes are available which visitors can buy at a very affordable price.