Visiting Anaheim during spring break can be a blast, especially for couples who are looking to celebrate a little romance. With beautiful weather and plenty of things to do, Anaheim is a great place to plan your visit. Here are some fun ideas for what to do during spring break in Orange County and where to book your stay to end each perfect day.

What Is There to Do for Couples In Anaheim During Spring Break?

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Enjoy a Romantic Getaway

Anaheim offers an almost endless list of things to do for couples looking to take a quick getaway for the evening or the weekend, like:

  • Karaoke night. Visit the iconic House of Blues for a night of exciting music, live bands, and karaoke. You can croon love songs to one another over drinks or let braver guests take the stage and just have fun listening. Plus, the full menu is top-notch and a great place for foodies to take their passion to the next level.
  • Bowling. There are some great bowling alleys in Anaheim you can visit. Head to the Linbrook Bowling Center on S Brookhurst St for a traditional bowling and arcade experience, or visit Splitsville Luxury Lanes at Downtown Disney® for a more upscale affair.
  • Sip n’ paint nights. Learn some new artistic skills with your partner at one of the many sip n’ paint nights in Anaheim. Brushstrokes is a bring-your-own-booze studio located in Tustin, California and offers either group paint nights or private lessons. Plus, you get to go home with your art. Hang it on the wall for a fun and heartwarming memory of your time together.
  • Walking food tours. If you’re a foodie, try a walking food tour that takes you through some of the best restaurants in the area. Try small bites at participating restaurants and have a blast spending the day with your partner chatting about ingredients, wine pairings, and your favorite moments. A great one to start with is the Old Towne Orange Walking Food Tour, where you get to visit local faves like the historic Watsons Drug and Soda Fountain, Cafe Lucca, the Citrus City Grille, and so many more.
  • Botanical gardens. Spring is the best time to spend an afternoon with your significant other at the Corona del Mar Sherman Library and Botanical Gardens, when all the
  • flowers and plants are in peak bloom. The gardens are open year-round excluding holidays, and patrons can enjoy the library on weekdays. There’s also an on-site café where you can stop for a bite in the morning or afternoon or join the formal tea service hosted on the second and last Wednesdays of the month.
  • Take a Quick Beach Trip
  • The beaches in Southern California are nothing short of spectacular, making them the perfect retreat for an afternoon of solitude. Listen to the waves crash against the sand as you take a walk across Laguna Beach, or rent a tandem bike at Huntington Beach for a unique way to see the surf.
  • If you prefer secluded areas, head over to Crystal Cove in Newport Beach to gaze at the tide pools or visit Little Corona for extra privacy away from crowds. Most of California’s beaches are all located on Highway 1 within about 30 miles of each other, so you can easily go beach-hopping if you have a vehicle.
  • Explore the Food and Wine Festival
  • The Disney® California Adventure Food & Wine Festival returns on March 1 through April 22, 2024, and promises to be bigger and better than ever. This season, there are over 80 new menu items, with favorites like grilled top sirloin, vegan chicken parm bites, macarons, craft brews, and so much more.
  • You can also book a culinary experience with your significant other, like the Tiki Mixology Seminar or wine tasting on the Silverado Trail.
  • Visit Disneyland®
  • If you’re a kid at heart, you won’t want to miss a day at Disneyland®. Whether you’re gripping each other’s hands on the Haunted Mansion or taking in the sights on the Jungle Cruise, there are tons of exciting activities to explore with your partner.
  • End the Fun with a Romantic Stay at Camelot Inn & Suites
  • There’s no better way to end a couples’ trip to Anaheim during spring break than with a stay at Camelot Inn & Suites. With newly renovated guest rooms, top amenities, and a premier location right across the street from Disneyland®, your evenings are the perfect place to relax when the day is over.
  • Featured amenities include:
  • Experience the spectacular Disney® firework display from the comfort of your room or the landing outside of your room
  • Custom “Dreamy Knights” mattresses
  • Terrace-level pool with a sun deck and Jacuzzi
  • Merlin’s Marketplace with on-site sundries, essentials, snacks, and souvenirs

Reserve Your Room Now

Book your room online or call (714) 635-7275 to reserve your stay. We are located on S Harbor Blvd, next to the McDonald’s.