Due to COVID-19 and the need to protect vulnerable communities, A Western Affair 2020 has been postponed.
Protecting the safety and well-being of California residents is our first priority. That’s why we work so hard to conserve our state’s precious open spaces in the first place: These lands play a crucial role in the vibrance and health of our communities.
We have tentatively rescheduled A Western Affair at Rancho Mission Viejo in San
Juan Capistrano to April 23-24, 2021. Please subscribe to our email list so we can update you as soon as possible.
If you already purchased your tickets and tables, your payment will automatically be applied to next year’s event. However, if you wish to request a full refund, we are more than happy to accommodate you. Please contact Kelly Swayze at (916) 444-2096 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
26801 Ortega Hwy, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
P: (949) 234-1300
Mission San Juan Capistrano, historic landmark and museum, is the Birthplace of Orange County. It was founded more than two hundred years ago as the 7th of 21 missions statewide and features a chapel still standing where Saint Serra once celebrated Mass. Today, it is a monument to California’s multi-cultural history, embracing its Native American, Spanish, Mexican and European heritage. Originally built as a self sufficient community by Spanish Padres and Native Americans, the Mission was a center for agriculture, industry, education and religion. Famous for the Annual Return of the Swallows, Mission San Juan Capistrano is the “Jewel of the California Missions” and welcomes over 300,000 visitors each year.
31891 Camino Capistrano – San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
This historic gem can be found behind the El Adobe Restaurant. To walk the streets of the Los Rios District is to recapture the tranquility of the slower pace of life that existed before the turn of the century and before. You can find charming restaurants, a team room, shops, a coffee house, and a community park along the way. It was not long ago that the streets were still dirt. Willow trees grow among eucalyptus and palm. Cactus and wildflowers grow beneath sprays of bouganvia. You can hear the hum of insects that a writer in the 1800’s wrote about and feel the haunting presence of those who lived in that time.
31786 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675 P: (949) 493-3188
There is no better place in town to fire up your dancing boots and throw a couple back than the most iconic tavern in Orange County. The only place that might sell more beer than this little watering hole is the Angel’s Stadium. That’s how you know you are in for the night of your life. Equipped with live bands and all the line dancing your heart desires, this is the perfect local hot spot to have fun, unwind, and boot scoot and boogie all night long.
30892 Trabuco Canyon Road, Trabuco Canyon, CA 92678 P: (949) 923-2260
O’Neill Regional Park’s 4,500 acres are situated in beautiful Trabuco and Live Oak Canyons. The park is heavily wooded with coast live oak and sycamore trees. The hillsides surrounding the park are filled with cactus, wild buckwheat, sagebrush and chaparral of scrub oak, buckthorn and mountain mahogany. Trabuco and Hickey Creeks also meander through the park, flowing in winter and early spring, dry in summer and fall. More than 23 miles of scenic trails can be explored by foot, bicycle or horseback. Other day use activities include horseshoe pits, two large community turf areas and a children’s playground. The Arroyo campground offers 79 campsites varying in size to accommodate RVs or tent camping for up to eight people per site. Reservations for individual sites can be made online, by phone or in person.