It is a large suburban residential development of almost four square miles. The construction began by The Irvine Company in 1975 and completed in 1990s with almost 40 sub tracts. It takes pride in its two glorious manmade lakes. It is divided into two housing areas each has a lake at its center. The community is named after the wooden bridges that are used to cross the lakes. The north and south lakes are between 3 to 6 feet deep. Both have one beach club with fresh water lagoon and two volleyball courts each. The swimming is strictly forbidden but the authorities have provided numerous other ways to enjoy the lakes including pedal boats, kayaks, canoes, sailboats and hydro bikes etc. each side of Woodbridge has a swim club with lifeguards and diving boards. They are called Stonecreek and Bluelake.
Centered around 2 lakes: North and South
On the south lake there is a recreational room with snack shop which is open on selective days. In the center of both housing areas is a broad lane of retail, commercial and institutional development. All sub tracts are connected by a four-lane circular loop road. The architectural style is Cape Cod and Shed style that give it ambiance of a sea side village. It is a grand community with 24 Tennis Courts most of them have lighting facility for night games, abundance of recreational parks almost 40 in number, 22 pools, bike trails, walking trails, restaurants and shopping facilities. Schooling is another plus point as it has five elementary schools, two middle schools and a high school.
The boundary of Woodbridge is made of pine trees and a 20 foot high hedge. It is located in east of 405 freeway and is bounded by neighborhoods like Westpark, Oak Creek and Deerfield. It is also connected to Irvine Center and Culver drive.