- TripBuzz found 690 things to do with kids in or near Ontario, California, including 668 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Riverside, Fontana, Whittier and Chino.
- From Citizens Business Bank Arena to Center Ice Skating Arena, the Ontario area offers 142 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Amusement Parks (All Ages), Theaters and Parks.
- San Bernardino County, California is home to the over 160,000 residents of the city of Ontario. The city lies to the east of the Los Angeles area and is the fourth most populous city in the county. Ontario host the nations 15th largest airport, LA/ Ontario International and acts as a major center for cargo and freight business.
The Diamond Valley Golf Club offers an 18-hole course with an additional driving range and practice green. This facility also features several amenities, including a clubhouse complete with a restaurant, banquet rooms and a snack bar.
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31300 Palos Verdes Dr S, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275 MoreLess Info
The 10.5-acre Pelican Cove Park is a recreational park that features a paved parking lot, restrooms, and a trail that leads to the shoreline. The park grounds are open from one hour before sunrise to one hour after sunset.
The Wool Lady is a stop for all your stitching needs. Located in Old Town Temecula, this store has a wide collection of items such as hand dyed woolen fabrics and yarns, threads, needles and other embroidery supplies. Prices are inexpensive with an excellent customer service.
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1200 Palisades Beach Rd, Santa Monica, CA 90401 MoreLess Info
Glide past the most beautiful oceanfronts in the world with guided Santa Monica & Venice Beach Segway Day Tours. Visitors 14 and over will hear the stories and learn about the history of these famous beach communities.
95% 214 votes
31501 Palos Verdes Drive West, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA MoreLess Info
Celebrating the Palos Verdes Peninsula's unique history, The Point Vicente Interpretive Center features 10,000 sq. ft. of displays and information on the area. The center also focuses on the life of the Pacific Gray Whale and is a great whale watching location.
Backbone Trail is popular among hiking and cycling enthusiasts. More than 60 miles in length, the trail extends across the length of Santa Monica mountains and is surrounded by beautiful scenic views. Spring is the best time to visit even though the trail stays good throughout the year.