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Ride a Bus Rental and Charter in Rancho Cucamonga and Discover a World Class Community

With more than 170,000 residents, Rancho Cucamonga is a great city for you to visit. It has seen a steady increase in population over the years, and you can get on a bus rental and charter in Rancho Cucamonga to find out why lots of people are falling in love with the city.

Call BusRental.com and find out how much you need to spend on a bus rental and charter in Rancho Cucamonga. Then start planning your trip into the city. Here are some suggestions:

1. Check out the city's arts and history draws. Rancho Cucamonga has three main arts and history attractions that you should not miss.

  • John Rains House, a historic house listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • The Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art, which is a teaching that showcases modern artworks, in different media.
  • Lewis Family Playhouse, a small performing arts center that can accommodate more than 550 people. This is where you go for the best live performances, comedy shows, and concerts.

You should also see public artworks all around the city, including the Shakespeare statue found on a bench outside Victoria Gardens Cultural Center, which is a library, and performance venue rolled into one.

2. Enjoy the outdoors. There are a lot of outdoor activities you can enjoy in Rancho Cucamonga. First up, play golf at the scenic Empire Lakes Golf Course or at the 18-hole Red Hill Country Club.

Then visit the North Etiwanda Preserve, where you could get a challenging hike. When you get to the end of the trail, it is all worth it as you can get a look at a small waterfall.

And in Rancho Cucamonga, you do not have to go very far to enjoy being outdoors as it has smaller neighborhood parks. Check out some of the biggest, including Central Park, Heritage Community Park & Equestrian Center, Hermosa Park, Milliken Park, Red Hill Community Park, Victoria Arbors Park, and Windrows Park. The city's many parks feature picnic facilities, playgrounds, trails and fitness courses, dog areas, shuffleboard and skateboard facilities, soccer and football fields, softball and baseball fields, tennis and basketball courts, volleyball courts. Other parks also have unique features such as facilities for horseback-riding, an amphitheater, disc golf course, and horseshoe pits.

3. Get some retail therapy. Rancho Cucamonga has several shopping destinations. There's the outdoor mall Terra Vista Town Center and the enclosed Victoria Gardens. Plus you should not miss out on the great local retailers with shops all around the city.

4. Eat to your heart's content! As you slowly discover the city, you would no doubt encounter some great restaurants. Some of the best we could recommend are the Supreme Plate, which serves the best sandwiches, seafood and Creole dishes in town. Then you have the Sushi Martini, Pieology Pizzeria, Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, Gen Korean BBQ House, the Citrus Kitchen, Sushi One Spot, Mica's Peruvian Sandwiches, and Mezzaterranean.

So call us or fill out a short form on our Web site and make sure you get a bus rental and charter in Rancho Cucamonga only from us!