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Located on Euclid Avenue in downtown Ontario, the town square serves as a gathering spot for picnics, concerts and other outdoor events. As a backdrop, the grand outdoor amphitheater/stage presents concerts, plays, workshops, festivals and many other happenings throughout the year. Additionally, there is a slew of food trucks that convene on certain nights which makes it a one-stop shop in terms of combining fun, food and festivity,
Built in 1957, the Ontario Ice Skating Arena is the perfect place to practice your skating skills. Located at the base of beautiful Mt. Baldy, the center offers ice hockey classes, a place where you can learn all about broomball or take classes that teach you how to skate like a ballerina. You can rent the center for events like birthday parties, business sessions or even rent the entire rink for yourself.
Residence Inn properties by Marriott are typically extended stay hotels, so most rooms come equipped with full kitchen, dishwasher, microwave, refrigerator, dining table, dishes, utensils as well as pots and pans. With everything you need to make you feel at home, you really don't have to leave the hotel. Other details that add convenience include the on-site laundromat, complimentary breakfast, WiFi and parking. The policy towards pets allows them to stay, however there is a non-refundable cleaning fee.
This anachronistic drive-in theater opened in 1956 and since then it has entertained legions of Inland Empire denizens over the decades. In your car, you can revisit another era while enjoying the modern comfort of upgraded technology. At the concession stand, they serve burgers, pizzas, hot dogs, french fries and other treats. Moreover, on weekends the entire drive-in area becomes a huge swap meet; it has since become one of the oldest and largest open-air markets in Southern California.
Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park is a 150-acre (60.60 hectares) park that offers plenty options to have fun for people of all ages. With two different lakes, the park allows everybody to enjoy water slides in one lake while the other allows people to fish with a permit for trout, catfish and bass. The park also provides pedal-boats and aqua-cycle rentals for those who have sea-legs. Additionally, there is a playground, volleyball courts and picnic tables, all perfect for family and large groups. Visitors can also stay overnight and there is a small fee to enter, whether you come in on foot or vehicle.
For more than 20 years, the city of Chino has used the former First National Bank building as a space to house municipal history archives as well as a fun place to entertain the kids. Everything around the museum is created for the little ones, from summer projects to creative event nights, the calendar is chock full of programs. Additionally, the prices are so cheap, visiting the museum is practically free.
Aloft is a brand from Starwood Hotels that features boutique accommodations just like the more expensive Westin and W hotels, albeit at a better price. Each room has a 42-inch flat-screen TV and a plug-and-play entertainment center, both of which combine to keep everyone connected and busy. Aloft spares no expense to ensure its guests have all the modern comforts and when hunger strikes, visitors are invited to visit 'Re:fuel', the hotel's 24-hour self-serve cafe. If you prefer a drink instead, the on-site bar XYZ gives guests the opportunity to mingle. The hotel also follows ecologically-sound business practices, welcomes pets, and provides complimentary wireless throughout the property.
The Embassy Suites brand is synonymous with class and comfort. Each space provides all-suite accommodations with modern amenities such as mini-fridge, microwave, luxury bedding, flat-screen TVs and ergonomic workspaces. Each Embassy Suite property also offers complimentary hot breakfast in the morning and at night, guests can find an evening reception with wine and beer.
This shop, formerly known as Comic Quest, is a small comic and collectible store that packs a large punch in terms of selection and quality. The space is laid out neatly with many different publishers on the shelves and within the racks. In addition to popular manga and comics, ASCQ also sells lots of cool art, design books, hard to find toys and clothing. The staff is always friendly and helpful with a recommendation, whether you are here to buy something for yourself or to give as a gift.
Red Hill Community Park is located in the Ontario suburb of Rancho Cucamonga and it provides plenty of activities in the great outdoors. From shuffleboard courts, amphitheater, playgrounds and picnic shelters, there is something for everyone here. The park also has baseball and soccer fields, horseshoe pits and a mile-long exercise trail which includes a log jump, sit-up and push-up benches, parallel bars and a vault beam. As a nice addition, the half-acre lake offers a tranquil setting if you just want to pull up a blanket for a picnic as well.
At 4 Color Fantasies, you will find shelves stacked with comics, collectibles and unique toys. Opened in 2006, this Rancho Cucamonga shop has all you're looking for in regards to manga, indie comics, rare toys and other kitschy counter-culture objects. Art books, lithographs, posters, flyers and other movie memorabilia round out the other merchandise that is on sale. Additionally, the shop also hosts events and screenings throughout the year.
The Planes of Fame Air Museum started in 1957 as a project by Edward Maloney, who was an avid collector of WWII aircraft. Ever since his idea, the museum has been collecting historic flying machines, some of which are the only remaining ones of their kind. The museum also features the largest collection of Japanese aircraft in the world and since it's a living history museum, some of these can still fly, so make sure to catch the air shows to see history in action.