Buena Park

Welcome to the Buena Park Community Page, your guide to living in the beautiful city of Buena Park, California.

Buena Park is served by the Buena Park School District and the Fullerton Joint Union High School District. The city has a number of excellent public schools, including Buena Park Junior High School, Buena Park High School, and Carl E. Gilbert Elementary School. Private schools are also available in the area.


Buena Park is known for its diverse range of restaurants, from fast food chains to fine dining establishments. Popular options include Porto’s Bakery & Cafe, known for its delicious Cuban pastries and sandwiches, and The Cauldron, a magical-themed restaurant and bar. Other notable restaurants include Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament and Mrs. Knott’s Chicken Dinner Restaurant.

Places of Worship:

Buena Park has a variety of places of worship, including First Southern Baptist Church of Buena Park, St. Pius V Catholic Church, and Buena Park Seventh-Day Adventist Church.

Activities and Things to Do:

Buena Park has a lot to offer in terms of entertainment and activities. Visitors and residents can enjoy thrilling rides and attractions at Knott’s Berry Farm, learn about local history at the Buena Park Historical Society, or catch a performance at the Buena Park Civic Theatre. The city also has several parks and recreational areas, including Ralph B. Clark Regional Park and the Los Coyotes Country Club.


Buena Park has a thriving economy, with job opportunities in a variety of industries, including healthcare, manufacturing, and retail. Major employers in the city include Knott’s Berry Farm, Prologis, and Leach International.

City Information:

Buena Park is a diverse city in northwestern Orange County with a population of approximately 83,000 residents. The city is known for its theme parks, historic sites, and vibrant community.

Interesting Facts:
  • Buena Park is home to the world-famous Knott’s Berry Farm, one of the oldest and most popular theme parks in the United States.
  • The city was named after the “good park” (buena park) that was created by the owner of the original Buena Park Dairy.
  • Buena Park was incorporated in 1953 and has since grown into a thriving city with a rich history.
Online Communities:
  • Nextdoor Buena Park
  • Buena Park Community Group Facebook Page
  • Buena Park Moms Facebook Group
Housing Statistics and Affordability:

Buena Park has a mix of housing options, including single-family homes, townhouses, and apartments. The median home value in Buena Park is $632,000. For more information on housing in Buena Park, visit www.baldbrothersteam.com.