Rancho Cucamonga is a small city about 40 miles east of Los Angeles in the Inland Empire. The city can be easily reached by the 10, 15, and 210 freeways as well as the famous Route 66. In addition, the LA/Ontario International Airport is only a few miles away. Although it is mostly know for being a large suburban community, Rancho Cucamonga is also home to a few notable places of interest.
At The Epicenter, one can take in a minor league baseball game featuring the home team, the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes of the California League. The city is also home to Victoria Gardens, a large pedestrian-oriented open air mall with a variety of stores and restaurants.
The city is growing rather quickly and is the fastest-populated city in the country. Peaceful suburbs are popping out all over town. In the early 90s, the city was filled with stretches of grapevines. Nowadays, you'll be fortunate to see an AMPM sized patch of grapevines growing. This city has a clean and fresh feeling to it. It is also notably being called the "New Irvine."
Rancho Cucamonga is ideally located very close to the local mountains, so if you are in the area, it is a great starting off point to go up for the day for some hiking or snowboarding! Monutain High is only about 30 minutes away, and you can be at Mt. Baldy even quicker!
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