Fontana in San Bernardino County, California has a population of over 203,000, which makes it the 14th most populous city in the state and the 2nd in the county. The city now serves as a regional hub for the trucking industry, with State Route 210 and Interstate 10 transecting it from west to east, and Interstate 15 passing through its northwestern quadrant diagonally. Explore the city and know more about it with a charter bus in Fontana, California.
Begin your tour of the city by experiencing its art and culture scene. Visit the Center Stage Theater, which was originally the 1937 Art Deco-style Fontana Theater that was later transformed into a live dinner theater. There's also the Steelworkers' Auditorium, which holds theater camps and arts classes, as well as hosts shows, performances, recitals, competitions, and other events. You can also go to the city's original community centers and a specialized cultural arts facility, the Art Depot. Or you can go see Artist Showcase, which is a quarterly program that features local artists and an exhibit of their artworks.
You and your friends can also board a charter bus in Fontana, California and head to Mary Vagle Nature Center. The center offers a range of environmental education activities and facilities, such as a reptile viewing area and self-guided nature discovery hiking trails. Fontana also has several parks you can visit with family or with friends. There's Coyote Park, for one, where you can have picnics and have barbecues and where the kids can play at the playgrounds. If you want to play sports, you can go to the McDermott Sports Complex & McDermott Park West, which has ball fields, a soccer field, tennis and volleyball courts, as well as picnic and barbecue areas, as well as a playground for the kids. Other parks and facilities in the city include:
You can also have your charter bus in Fontana, California take you to see historical spots in the city. Fontana has a few venues that have been listed in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. There's Bono's Restaurant and Deli, which opened in 1936 and served travelers on U.S. Route 66. It is one of the last surviving examples of giant orange-shaped fruit stands that used to be common in the region. There's also the Fontana Farms Company Ranch House and the Fontana Pit and Groove Petroglyph Site.
You may also want to check out the Auto Club Speedway, which is a racetrack that hosts the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Nationwide Series, IndyCar Series, and various smaller races. The city is also home to the Lewis Library and Technology Center, the largest of the San Bernardino County system libraries.