- 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.
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Casual American diner food, such as 100% beef burgers, veggie Boca burgers, chicken sandwiches, crispy fries, and hand-spun shakes & malts
A family entertainment center, Laser Island features a laser tag arena along with a nine-hole, tiki-themed miniature golf course and coconut climbing trees. The center also provides video and redemption games, party hosting and a snack bar.
With 20 acres to explore, Cabrillo Park & Soccer Complex provides the community with an outdoor area for recreational activities like jogging, soccer, basketball, baseball, and more. The park has a playground with a two story slide and climbing structure.
Originally opened in 1956 as a single-screen drive-in, the modernized Mission Tiki Drive-in Theatre now offers four screens with first-run Hollywood movies. The venue also acts as the home to a weekly swap meet before the sun sets.
Recently renamed the Mission Tiki Drive-In Theater, the Mission Drive-In Theatre is a multiple screen outdoor cinema. First-run Hollywood films along with select independent films are shown at the theater.
Skate Express is a traditional roller skating rink, offering open skating as well as accommodations for parties and group outings. In addition to skating-related activities, the rink also features an arcade, miniature bowling, and bumper cars.
One of the largest neighborhood parks in The Preserve at Chino is Founders Park. Situated on eight acres, the park features ball fields, open grass spaces, public restrooms, a picnic area with barbeques, and a playground that caters to young children.
Rather than focusing on a wide range of established facilities, Moreno Vista Park allows for general open play. The park is simply a large grass covered space that can be used for lounging or a casual athletic field.