There is plenty of fun and excitement in Rancho Cucamonga starting with the open air shopping center, Victoria Gardens, laid-out like a mini city with several plazas including benches, tables and picturesque landscapes. A mixed-use town center consisting of residential areas, office spaces, retail stores, public plazas, a movie theater and civic cultural arts center there is always something to do!
Looking for a little history, travel Foothill Boulevard in Rancho Cucamonga known as Route 66. Known for its unique car culture and creative highway signage, motels, trading posts, tourist traps and service stations, Rancho Cucamonga has uniquely renovated much of the boulevard with lots of markers that pay tribute to Old Route 66 plus there are lots of stores that sell Route 66 memorabilia.
With over 20 parks and community facilities and having highly rated schools, this city has much to offer its residents.