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Best Parks in Ontario

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John Galvin Park

John Galvin Park is the place to go for baseball. The park has the Jay Littleton Ball Park, which is a baseball field where 2,500 people can watch a game. If you want to play a different sport, the park has basketball, tennis, volleyball and a Little League Baseball field. For lunch there are picnic tables and a barbecue area, and you can find plenty of parking.

Ontario, CA, United States
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Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park

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.

Ontario, CA, United States
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California Botanic Garden

Situated just north of Claremont University, California Botanic Garden is a conservatory dedicated to native Californian plants. This 86-acre (35-hectare) green oasis is home to more than 6,000 varieties of native species, some of which include exotic seasonal ones like the Manzanita, Dutchman’s Pipe, Catalina Crossosoma and many more. A stroll through this beautiful garden allows visitors to see squirrels, red-tailed hawks, butterflies and other avian life. The garden is open throughout the year, however, the best time to visit is in the spring of course, when the plants are in full bloom.

Claremont, CA, United States
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Frank Bonelli Regional Park

Bonelli Park provides 1,975-acres (799.25 hectares) of recreation in the L.A. exurb of San Dimas, and in addition to its massive size, the park is also home to the famous Raging Waters theme park. There are plenty of activities in the park itself, from kayaking and boating in the Puddingstone Reservoir to horseback riding and golf at the nearby Mountain Meadows Golf Course. Needless to say that everyone can find something under the warm Southern California sun. Some of the other facilities include an RV Park, hot tubs, equestrian area, boat house and plenty of picnic space.

San Dimas, CA, United States
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Fairmount Park

A sizable patch of lush green lawns, flower beds and trees, Fairmount Park is a serene getaway from the city. Overlooking Lake Evans and the Fairmont this, 35-acre (14 hectares) park offers a number of great activities from fishing and boating, to tennis courts and playgrounds. The park also features a number of flower beds, including a beautiful mini rose garden and also boasts of some picturesque sights. Several designated picnic areas, make great locations for a family outing or an enjoyable barbecue.

Riverside, CA, United States
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