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Orange County, California is bordered on the southwest by the Pacific Ocean, on the north by Los Angeles County, on the northeast by San Bernardino County and Riverside County, and on the southeast by San Diego County with a population over 3 million making it the sixth-most populous in the United States. The county name derived from the widely cultivated crop of oranges that existed in 1889 when the county was incorporated. The county is known for tourism with attractions like Disneyland, Knott’s Berry Farm and several popular beaches along its more than 40 miles of coastline.

With temperatures in July typically in the upper 70 degrees and lows in the mid 60 degrees with lots of sunshine, you should find the climate to be delightful.

As you plan your travel to attend the convention, come early and stay after the convention to enjoy the many attractions in the area where there are opportunities for every type of cultural events, museums, theme parks, beach activities, or just relaxing. Do know that with the large population, traffic can be horrific, at best, so plan on taking advantage of the transportation package to efficiently and comfortably take you to the venues. You will want to be stress free to fully experience the exciting program that has been planned just for you!

Click here for an overview of the convention, but explore the website for more details. We are anxious to welcome you to Orange County and the AGO 2019 West Region Convention.