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The Rancho San Pedro is the site of the First Spanish land grant in California. It encompasses 75,000 acres (30,351 hectares) of land, which included the entire Los Angeles harbor. This site was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 28, 1976.
The Office Bar is a South Ontario watering hole with cold beers, strong cocktails and mostly local clientele. The bar has weekly specials like Taco Tuesdays, Karaoke, country nights, etc. and the drink prices are always friendly to the wallet. The selection of both well cocktails and craft beer are also quite diverse considering the bar's low key atmosphere.
Castle Park is a family amusement park located in Riverside, about 20 minutes outside of Ontario. It has numerous rides as well as an arcade, mini-golf course and several restaurants on-site. Rides include the classic bumper cars, the Flying Saucer, Ferris Wheel, the Log Ride and the Fireball just to name a few. The water slides and thrill rides are also present here, however most of them are only open during the summer.
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.
The Pico Rivera Sports Arena is famous for its Mexican rodeo shows, professional boxing, wrestling and much more. It can seat up to six thousand people and is very famous amongst the Hispanic Community of Los Angeles. It is the largest Mexican Rodeo Ring in the United States of America. They are up to twenty five shows per annum. For further details do call them.