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As the site of local little league games, John Galvin Park offers the community recreational amenities like a baseball diamond, picnic tables, bike path, and more. The park features a fiber surfaced playground for toddlers.
With over 55,000 square feet of climbing terrain, Hangar 18 is an indoor climbing facility that features climbing routes up to 70-feet long. The gym has professional staff who teach yoga and fitness classes throughout the day.
The history of the local area is on display at Cooper Regional History Museum. Guests can also partake in a 90-minute, one-mile historical walking tour of downtown Upland. Open Thursday through Saturday; admission is free.
The Deukmejian Wilderness Park is a rugged 709-acre site that is home to chaparral, sage scrub and secluded woodlands that are home to various species of wildlife. The area is relatively undisturbed except for the designated picnic spots and walking paths.
73% 137 votes
Off Interstate 5 at Basilone Road, San Clemente, CA 92055 MoreLess Info
Visitors of San Onofre State Beach can go swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling, wildlife viewing, surfing, geocaching, and fishing. The site contains overnight family and group campsites, bike trails, and hiking trails.
71% 7 votes
3737 Crestview Avenue, Norco, CA MoreLess Info
George Ingalls Equestrian Event Center is an 85,000 square foot covered arena that hosts rodeos, team roping, penning, dressage and large horse shows. It has permanent seating for 2,100 and includes an indoor banquet hall and outdoor amphitheater.
1939 SPECIAL GROUPON DEAL: Sinatra, a Tribute to Ol' Blue Eyes - Saturday, Mar. 31, 2018 / 7:00pm
276 E 9th Street, Upland, CA 91786 MoreLess Info
Live theatre is performed for a viewing audience at The Grove Theatre. Popular titles including Dracula and Peter Pan are offered. Acting workshops are also hosted occasionally for those interested in learning the trade.