Located 22 miles south of Disneyland and adjacent to the cities of Laguna Beach and Laguna Niguel, Aliso Viejo has emerged as one of the most popular master planned communities in south Orange County. Aliso Viejo is located 7 miles northeast of Laguna Beach`s main beach park.
The community of Aliso Viejo covers 6,600 acres and includes a convenient mix of residential neighborhoods, parks, recreation, schools and community facilities as well as business, office and retail.
Aliso and Wood Canyons Regional Park is a 4000-acre regional wilderness park featuring scenic canyons, rock formations, oak and sycamore groves, fresh water marsh and 30 miles of some of the county`s finest hiking and biking trails.
Aliso Viejo currently features 21 parks including the 90-acre Aliso Canyon Community Park. Twenty-four parks are planned for the community.
Aliso Viejo is also within a convenient drive of Laguna Niguel Regional Park which features a stocked lake for fishing and boating.
Directly adjacent to our community is a 3.9 acre park featuring a basketball court, covered picnic tables, a large playground, sports field, and nature trails leading into the Regional Canyon.
Interstate 5 is located three miles from the community linking Aliso Viejo with San Diego to the south and Los Angeles to the north. The San Joaquin Hills Tollway (73) connects Aliso Viejo directly to the I-5 and San Juan Capistrano to the south and John Wayne Airport, South Coast Plaza and Fashion Island to the North.
Aliso Viejo is located within the Capistrano Unified School District.
Aliso Niguel High School opened in 1993 with one of the most sophisticated high school learning centers on the West Coast. The school features: fiber optic technology, academic and performing arts classrooms, a media center, gymnasium, theatre center, swim and dive complex, stadium with football, track and field, baseball and softball fields, soccer fields, six tennis courts and seven outdoor basketball and volleyball courts. in 1996 ANHS was named a California Distinguished School - the youngest high school to ever earn the designation. In 2000, it was named a Blue Ribbon School. Phone: 949-831-5590
Don Juan Avila Middle School opened in September of 2000 serving grades 6-8. The school boasts internet access in classrooms and student activities such as the Association Student Body (ASB) and Peer Assistance and Leadership (PAL). Don Juan Avila Middle School is conveniently located 2 miles from St. Moritz. Phone: 949-362-0348
Wood Canyon Elementary serving grades K-5 is just a five minute drive from St. Moritz. The school has a large Performing Arts Center. Wood Canyon has been awarded the Golden Bell award and is recognized as a California Distinguished School. Phone: 949-448-0012
The Aliso Viejo Library is located at the corner of Pacific Park Drive and Journey. It features a children`s terrace, reading room with fireplace, community room, conference room and coffee house.
Aliso Viejo Arts on the Green is a summer community concert series held at Grand Park and Aliso Viejo Town Center Amphitheater.
Laguna Beach`s famous Pageant of the Masters, Festival of Arts and Sawdust Festival are four miles away. The Orange County Performing Arts Center and South Coast Repertory are just 12 miles north of Aliso Viejo.
Aliso Viejo Town Center
The focal point of the community is the Aliso Viejo Town Center, a dining, shopping and entertainment complex within walking distance. To name a few: