- The list below includes 533 free or cheap things to do in or near Rancho Cucamonga, California, including 132 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Playgrounds, Recreation Centers and Baseball Fields.
- From Red Hill Community Park to Day Creek Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Rancho Cucamonga and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Riverside, Chino, Fontana and Claremont.
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Sample five wine varieties made at the historic Rancho Cucamonga winery, which receives grapes from all over the world
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.
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.
A 30-screen movie theater, AMC Ontario Mills 30 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater provides stadium seating, a party room, an ETX auditorium, theater rentals and a concession area.
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A movie theater with IMAX and RPX auditoriums, Edwards Ontario Palace Stadium 22 IMAX & RPX displays first-run feature films using digital projection and Real 3D. The theater offers stadium seating, a game room and a concession area.
LOL Kids Club is a play center featuring several recreational opportunities for children. The main attraction is a large play area with multi-colored slides, ball pits, and a trampoline. The center also maintains an in-house cafe.
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.
Open to hikers and horseback riders, Bridle Path is a three mile dirt trail that takes visitors through the shade of a canopy of trees. The beginning of the trail has a life-size stone sculpture of a woman holding an infant.