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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.
Located in the posh suburb of Chino Hills, English Springs Park is a tranquil little oasis in the middle of town. With a large man-made pond, gazebos, playground, picnic tables, grills, basketball and volleyball courts, there is something for everyone inside the 8.2-acre park. The pond does not allow for fishing, however there are various species of swan, duck and turtles, which make it great for the kids.
The community of Chino Hills has more than 30 different parks within its town borders in addition to the massive Chino Hills State Park right outside of town. Grand Avenue park encompasses 12-acres and within this large expanse visitors can play soccer, hike, walk their dog, play tennis and basketball or roll around on the roller hockey rink. Additionally, the park provides picnic areas, playground and a snack bar as well as the community center and gazebos to rent for the day.
This park located in Diamond Bar provides numerous facilities for a day outdoors. Most primarily come for the dog park, where you'll see all types of canines running around in the enclosed area. The park also provides plenty of recreational activities for humans as well, with basketball and tennis courts, playgrounds for the kids and space for you to lounge under the sun. Pantera Park also has a couple of gazebos, where you can grill and/or have a picnic.
River Walk Park is one of the best spots to get outside of the hustle-and-bustle and grab some fresh air in the Inland Empire. The park is technically in the suburb of Eastvale, however most maps display the coordinates in Corona. Inside the park, visitors will find a manicured landscape with trails and playgrounds conveniently connected to the greater Santa Ana River basin. Outside of the park, the basin allows for back-country hiking, jogging and/or biking in a secluded environment.
Located in Diamond Bar, about 20 miles west of Ontario and 45 minutes outside of downtown Los Angeles, this park nestled in the hills offers tons of things to do in the great outdoors. The entirety of the park encompasses 50-acres, however only four of them are developed. One of the highlights, in addition to an abundance of space, is the babbling brook that meanders through the woods. While upon the trails, the viewpoints offer superb views of the canyons as well as the cities in the distance. Overall, a great place to hike or to exercise along the well-manicured trails.
This sprawling water park is fun for the whole family. Offering a respite from the Hot Los Angeles weather, The Cove Waterpark has a bevvy of water features that include the standard flowing river channel, water slides, children's lagoon and more unique features like the Riptide Reef, which is wave simulator that guests can body board or surf on. Classes, party rentals, and special events keep this water park buzzing with activity.