Located in San Bernardino County at the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains,Rancho Cucamonga is an affluent suburban destination with great shopping, dining and entertainment. It’s also home to breweries, wineries and live music venues. Here’s how you should spend your time while visiting.
Pacific Electric Inland Empire Trail
Discover a breathtaking landscape for hiking, biking and horseback riding, amid more than 21 miles of scenic countryside that stretches from Rialto to Claremont.
Get in a little retail therapy at this 147-acre outdoor mall, featuring a diversity of stores, eateries, activities and a large carousel for children.
Open every Saturday morning at Terra Vista Town Center, this popular market showcases homemade pies, arts, crafts and fresh produce from local growers.
Escape to a scenic landscape with hiking trails that wind past foaming waterfalls, stunning blue waters and majestic gullies and ravines.
Spanning 103 acres, this lovely park is one of the city’s most beloved green spots, with walking trails, playgrounds, recreational areas and lush grassy areas.
Rancho Cucamonga Quakes
Grab a hot dog and treat the family to a day at the old ballpark, where the hometown Quakes swing for the fences against future major league talent.
What began as a little army dive bar in Italy has become one of the most popular taprooms and eateries in California. Enjoy southern-leaning pub food, along with handmade cocktails and delicious craft beers.