The new Aurora recreation facility, which opened in early 2018, has been met with praise from local and national parks, including those of the U.S. and Canada.
The Aurora Recreation Center (ARC) is part of a planned redevelopment of the historic downtown Santa Barbara County Fairgrounds in Southern California.
The center, which was completed in the 1980s, is located at the southern tip of the county, in the historic Santa Barbara Civic Center.
“It’s the most authentic recreation center we’ve seen,” said John M. Pazos, president and CEO of the Santa Barbara Recreation Foundation.
The ARC includes a full-size water slide, a children’s play area, and a “playhouse,” a small, open-air playground with seating for 10 people.
Pazos said the ARC also features a full day of recreation, including a kids’ basketball and baseball game and an indoor playground, which he called “a very unique facility.”
The ARC opened in the fall of 2018, and is expected to open in early 2019.
The new ARC includes indoor play areas and a large outdoor playground.
It is one of the few recreation centers in the United States that does not require a permit, and the ARC has received approval from the state Department of Parks and Recreation.
The ARC has been criticized for the amount of noise and trash that often comes with it.
In the past, it was criticized for not having a “downtown feel,” according to The Los Angeles Times.
Aurora is also known for having some of the most aggressive traffic, especially on weekends.
The Arc is expected have an estimated 5,500 vehicles a day on its main streets.
But according to the Arc’s website, the majority of the vehicles are vehicles from other counties.
Pazaros said that during peak season, the ARC hosts events such as a “Summer Vacation.”
The ARC offers activities like swimming, sailing, ice skating, basketball, tennis, and volleyball.