- 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.
Shady Grove Park is a small community park that features a playground for kids and path for walking and jogging. The park also has a basketball court, dog stations with plastic bags, and an area with grills and covered tables.
Located along seven acres of land, Sierra Vista Park has standard park facilities such as children's playground equipment, an open play grass field, picnic tables, and public restrooms. There are two specific areas of the park that can also be rented for private parties.
At Chino Community Theatre, visitors can see a variety of performances, from live comedy sketches, to movie screenplay adaptations, to holiday musicals. In addition to productions, the theater hosts workshops that teach visitors the basics of acting.
A neighborhood park, Cypress Trails Park provides a paved walking trail, open grass fields, a playground, restroom facilities and tennis courts. The park can be used for picnics with shelters, tables and grills available.
With its classes promoting strength training, agility, and tennis skills, Upland Tennis Club offers a variety of programs for visitors of all ages. During the summer, the club runs a junior summer camp for children.
Located within College Park, Claremont Pooch Park is a canine recreation and exercise facility consisting of grass fields, dirt tracks and trees. The park has a small dog area, benches, a water fountain and a tent shelter.