Tustin is commonly referred to as “The City of the Trees” by locals. This unique feature extends back centuries, literally to the time of the early Spanish explorers, even though it is attributed to a variety of plants. Tustin occupies an area of 11.08 square miles and is situated in the center of Orange County. The unincorporated areas of Orange County and the City of Orange form the City’s northern boundary, with Santa Ana to the west.
Tustin has a lively population and multitudes of community events to support, notably, the Senior Center. Residents here can take part in daily free activities and community building events. Under the umbrella of the City of Tustin Parks and Recreation Services Department, the Tustin Area Senior Center’s “Making a Difference” goal statement is to offer daytime recreational activities, as well as chances for education, socialization, and help with human service requirements. This space is ADA accessible, and boasts conference and meeting rooms for guests, as well as many other community perks.
Tustin also proudly offers a Veterans Sports Park. While not only open to veterans, this sports complex offers all of the notable sports facilities, as well as quiet grassy areas, BBQ’s/picnic areas and beautiful walking trails. It truly is a remarkable space and has the means to provide peace or entertainment to any family or individual.
Tustin is a nature-filled, vibrant city that offers a nice mix of culture, utility, tranquility, and recreation. It’s home to beautiful parks and community areas, and offers plenty of options to celebrate the life of a life well lived.