Beaches, theme parks and affluence, you’ll find all three in Orange County. It’s the second-most populated county in California, after Los Angeles County. Known to be more conservative than other areas within the state, you won’t find many designated gay and lesbian bars here, but there’s still plenty of fun to be had in the sun.
Unlike most densely populated areas in the United States, there are no major cities in Orange County. Though Irvine, Anaheim, Santa Ana, Orange and Fullerton do have urban centers.
With West Hollywood to the north and Hillcrest due south in San Diego, you’re never to far away from a gayborhood in Orange County.
World-class shopping, beautiful resorts and gorgeous people, that’s OC.