The Orange County Great Park spans approximately 1,300 acres, with more than 200 acres developed and 688 fully funded acres in planning and design phases. Upon completion, it will join America’s inventory of national treasures and set a new standard for great metropolitan parks around the world.
Learn more about the current development plans as well as the history of Great Park planning here.
The City of Irvine is preparing the requested cost, financial impact, timeline, traffic, agreement review, and more regarding the proposed Southern California State Veterans Cemetery in relation to the Amended and Restated Development Agreement (ARDA) site adjacent to the Great Park and the proposed golf course site in the Great Park. For more information, visit the City's Veterans Cemetery webpage here.
Golf & Agriculture
Plans for the Great Park include a 170-acre golf course and golf practice facility and clubhouse and 71-acre agriculture component. Additionally, Great Park Trails in the 39-acre Bosque area near the Trabuco entrance and 36-acre Upper Bee Canyon area opened in June 2019. The Great Park Trails feature 1.5 miles of walking and biking space. Learn more about the trails here.
The Cultural Terrace is included as a 223-acre portion of the Master Plan for the Orange County Great Park. The vision for the Cultural Terrace area includes a variety of culturally oriented amenities, located near the Irvine Transportation Center in the southeastern portion of the park.
Review key documents in chronological order here.