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The Oaks at Portola Hills Ammenities


Our new community is taking shape at the edge of the Limestone Whiting Ranch Wilderness Park, one of Orange County’s largest wilderness preserves. Featuring vast open space areas that blend with beautiful landscaped elements, our community embraces an active and outdoor California lifestyle. Thoughtfully planned neighborhoods of both single-family and multi-family residences are further enhanced by area features that include top-rated schools, convenient shopping and dining centers, and a multitude of recreational possibilities.

With a focus on providing a better quality of life for all residents, our balanced mixed-use planning delivers the right blend of innovation and vision – resulting in an unsurpassed community that you’ll be proud to call home.


  •   5,300 sq ft building including a multi-purpose room with kitchen, interior and exterior (showers) access restrooms, office space and storage room
  •   Swimming pool will include at least 2 lap lanes
  •   Children’s wading pool with Splash Pad and Spa
  •   Tot lot with play equipment
  •   Multi-purpose field
  •   Picnic area
  •   Multiple shade structures
  •   Covered outdoor barbecue area with kitchen
  •   Outdoor fireplace
  •   Enhanced pedestrian pathways


The City of Lake Forest is fast becoming one of the finest places to reside in Orange County. The City has a new 86-acre Sports Park and Recreation Center underway featuring soccer and baseball fields, basketball, tennis and volleyball courts, as well as picnic areas and hiking trails. The Portola Hills Community is surrounded by park land and wilderness area on all sides, which includes the Limestone Whiting Ranch Wildness Park to the West, Aliso Creek open space with riding and hiking trails to the East, 100 acres of open space preserve along the southern boundary and Santiago Canyon and the foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains to the north.

Our new community is located within one half mile of the Portola Hills Elementary School and is also near Serrano Intermediate and El Toro High School – three of the many excellent schools in the Saddleback Valley Unified School District.