Lake Forest has an estimated population of 77,264 and is ranked as one of the safest cities in Orange County. Lake Forest features 32 community parks; the Whiting Ranch Wildnerness area; and Heritage Hill Historical Park -which is home to some of the oldest buildings in the county, including the Serrano Adobe, the old El Toro School House, and St. Georges Episcopal Church. The Lake Forest Sports Park and Recreation Center is one of the largest sports parks in Orange County (86.2 acres) and features Etnies Skatepark (40,000 square feet), 5 baseball/softball diamonds, Activity and meeting rooms, Gym with an indoor volleyball and basketball court, 2 synthetic turf soccer fields, 2 outdoor basketball courts, 8 picnic shelters, 2 children’s tot lots, Pet-friendly park (Dogs must be on a leash), Free Wi-Fi, and Computer lab with 16 computers. Lake Forest has one high school, El Toro High School, which has established itself as one of the top public high schools in Southern California, along with the other three comprehensive high schools in the Saddleback Valley Unified School District. Lake Forest is served by the El Toro and Foothill Ranch branch the Orange County Public Library system. Annual events in Lake Forest include SnowFest in January, Bunny Blast in March, Summer Concert Series, Fourth of July Parade, and Autumn Harvest Festival and Haunt at Heritage Hill in October. Other amenities include Lake Forest Golf and Practice Center, Senior Scene Clubhouse, and a weekly local farmers market.