Visit Rancho Cucamonga, California

Monday, November 11, 2019
Rancho Cucamonga is one of the most diverse cities in the Inland Empire. This city is a mix of middle class and high class, which is why the city's upkeep is maintained. Located just south of the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains and Angeles National Forest in San Bernardino County, California, United States. About 37 miles east of Downtown Los Angeles, Rancho Cucamonga is the 19th most populous city in southern California.  The city experiences an average of 287 sunny days per year, compared to a national average of 205 days. The weather in Rancho Cucamonga is warm Mediterranean (Continental Mediterranean climate), which has hot and dry summers with cool chilly winters.

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, the self proclaimed Beverly Hills of the Inland Empire

California Palm trees add a perfect tropical feel in any landscape.
5 Things I like in this city: 

1. Small town feel while also having amenities of a larger city.
2. Shopping/dining: you can pretty much get almost anything you need to satisfy your material needs  and the most exciting part they have Jollibee, Valerio Bakeshop, Seafood City and Red Ribbon. If your a Filipino you can relate to it.
3. Very family friendly city and relatively safe to live or visit.
4. Kind of a diverse place, but there's definitely a big divide amongst the rich, middle class, and poor  neighborhoods.
5. Beautiful views of the mountains when it's a clear day and amazing palm tree lined up to welcome  you. 

I think Palm Trees help define the beauty of California. 
Getting to Rancho Cucamonga:

You can reach Rancho Cucamonga along old Route 66 which here is the "Foothill Blvd." or via Interstate 10, 15, 215 or state highway 210. All of them are freeways.

Rancho Cucamonga and its Route 66 attractions:

1. Mission Winery
2. Cucamonga Service Station
3. New Kansan Motel
4. Rains House
5. Sycamore Inn
6. The Red Chief Motel
7. Tapia Adobe

We will surely come back soon to visit this attractions. 

25 comments:

  1. I live on the east coast, but I'm always curious about that California living. It seems like a nice place to live, and what you mention about the class divides is just the norm in almost any large community in this country unfortunately.

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    1. We lived for years in East Coast too , living in California is high but you can't beat the almost perfect weather here.

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  2. I would love to visit this area someday! I remember seeing it a few times on Storage Wars and it looks so nice.

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  3. This looks like a wonderful experience. I love visiting California. I can't wait to check out these attractions.

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  4. i would love to visit this some day and this is def something a great place to get to asap!

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  5. What a beautiful place in California! I have never been to Rancho Cucuamanga before but it looks absolutely stunning.

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  6. I live near Rt.66 in Missouri! It's funny to see it all the way in Cali. This looks like a wonderful place to visit. I adore small town feel.

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    1. Isn't it cool Route 66 begins at Chicago and ends in California. Hopefully someday we will be able to do some road trip covering this different States. I bet that should be fun!

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  7. I've never been to Rancho Cucamonga before, but it sounds like a great place to visit. I would love to be in a warm climate when it's so cold here at home.

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    1. I hear you, its nice to take a winter break and enjoy the warm breezy weather by the beach or a little bit warmer place like California.

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  8. I'm from Northern California, and way past due for a little road trip! Thank you so much for suggesting Rancho Cucamonga. I'd love to stop there and visit some area attractions!

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    1. We love the North part of California too. In fact we are planning to hit the road again sometime Spring time and heading to Yosemite and Lake Tahoe.

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  9. The palm trees say "vacation!" to me. I hope you had a great time there!

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  10. Sounds like a great place to escape to from all the stress from work and life in general. It would be nice to walk about the town and just enjoy the view!

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  11. Looks like a pretty and laid back palce to stay. California just hits you right on the spot if you want to relax. California Love as always.

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  12. Those palm trees look beautiful. We've never been to California, but I hope we get to go someday to explore the area and visit some friends.

    -LYNNDEE

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    1. I am always fascinated with Palm Trees. I've seen a few from Florida, Las Vegas to California all are equally beautiful.

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  13. I've never been there before but since I'm planning a trip out west next summer I will definitely look it up. (Rena)

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    1. I highly recommend SoCal so much to see and beach area is almost close to each other.

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  14. I have heard of this place a lot, but I was not familiar with it. Sounds like a neat place to visit. The weather looks beautiful and the scenery is so pretty.

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  15. I live in San Diego. I travel to Rancho Cucamonga about 3-4 times a year just for fun and food ;)

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    1. I know righth you can't beat a nice trip with beautiful scenery and great food.

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  16. This looks like a wonderful experience. I'd love to visit CA. Seems so beautiful

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  17. We have been talking about a family trip out west. I’ve been looking for different locations for our trip. I love that it has a small town feel with big town amenities.

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