17133 Valley Blvd.
Fontana, CA 92335
Phone: (909) 822-5411
Fax: (909) 854-9589
Oak Quarry Golf Club is like a hidden gem amidst the mountains in Riverside. It's an 18-holed championship course, which is simply beautiful and well-maintained. The hurdles on this course, in terms of sand bunkers, rivers and trees, are not that predictable. It's certainly fun playing on this course, not to mention challenging. Moreover, this golf club has a 7200 square feet clubhouse, where numerous events like weddings, meetings and more are hosted throughout the year. To sum it up, Oak Quarry Golf Club is a wonderful place. For more information, call or check out the website.
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.
This golf course, designed by Harry Rainville, opened to public in the year 1954 and since achieved rapid popularity due to its yards and perfect greens. The course has 18 holes and is spread over 6,844 yards. The course offers a large tee area, so that the competent ones can take precise aims and beginners can use to get a wide rage of hit. The place also has a clubhouse to relax after a game. All in all this is a place where you can have some good and memorable time with golf!
Indian Hills Golf Club, set amidst lush greenery, is popular among golfers due to its city central location. An 18 hole par 70 golf course, the Indian Hills Golf course offers an unforgettable round for golfers. Open for 365 days, this course was designed by Harold Heers and Jimmy Powell. Indian Hills Golf course hosts tournaments, championships, practice sessions and other corporate events on a regular basis. Check website for further details.
Opened in 1948 by designer Charles Maud/Colonel W.E. Pedley, the Riverside Golf Course is the oldest in Riverside. Non members are welcome at any time because it has a pay-as-you-play policy with a daily fee being charged. Some of the amenities include driving range, chipping area, rental clubs, pull carts and more.
The Rancho Cucamonga Epicenter is equipped for a huge variety of events. Boasting a baseball field, 2 soccer fields, 3 softball fields, and a little league field, the Epicenter is a great place to go enjoy a sporting event, either as a player or spectator. In addition to the athletic factilities, the Epicenter also features covered pavilions and an open air plaza, making it an ideal venue to take in a concert or festival.
Nestled amidst a beautiful surrounding and in the heart of the city, Paradise Knolls Golf Course is a haven for golf lovers. This 18 hole golf course is one of its kind and is surrounded by several trees and stunning fairways. Spread over an area of 6,229 yards, this golf course is now managed by American Golf Corporation.
Empire Lakes Golf Course in Rancho Cucamonga is a 18-hole, par 72 golf course designed by Arnold Palmer. The course features a golf school for both children and adults. If you'd like to celebrate a special occasion, Empire Lakes can do that too! The course will cater and host events for all kinds of occasions such as weddings, birthdays and even Bar and Bat Mitzvahs.
Designed by Henry Bickler and opened to the public in 1985, the Shandin Hills Golf Club in San Bernardino suits players of all ages and abilities, as the layout is fairly uncomplicated. It is possible to rent golf carts, practice bunkers, clubs and other equipment. Carefully managed by Eagle Golf, most golfers are regulars who come back for the reasonable rates, helpful staff and of course, a good round of golf!
Designed by David Rainville, a golf course architect, the Upland Hills Country Club is a complete championship golf course. Less than 50 miles away is the bustling city of Los Angeles, but here at the club you will see the best of California's countryside. At affordable prices, you can learn, practice and enjoy the game along with family. Interesting turns and challenges of on the course make for exciting games. Call ahead for tee times.
Hidden Valley Golf Club, like its name suggests, stretches across many yards amidst a pristine valley. The course is maintained in such a way that the natural terrain around the course is kept as it is so as to ensure a challenging round for players. Hidden Valley Golf Club is a suitable course for players of all skill levels. It hosts tournaments, practice sessions and other events on a regular basis. Check website for further details.
Libraries bring the community together like few other venues, and the Ontario Main Library is no exception. Through children's programs (like story times and reading programs), technology resources (computer, typewriter, printer, and copier use), and adult learning classes, the library makes it easy to find the help you need. Within is the Robert E. Ellingwood Model Colony History Room, with vintage materials from Ontario's early days. The library even has a monthly planetarium show that alternates location between the main library and the Colony High Branch Library.