SoCal Families | 7 Things To Do This Week 2/29-3/4/2016

It is going to be another bright and sunny week in the Inland Empire. Soak in some of that sunshine and Vitamin D by visiting a local park.


2/29, Park in Rancho Cucamonga – Visit Day Creek Park in Rancho Cucamonga. This beautiful, green park has everything you need for a perfect day outside from covered shelters with picnic tables to two play equipment areas for children, tennis courts, softball fields and more. Bring a picnic lunch, and make a day of your visit!


3/1, Park in Loma Linda – Visit Leonard Bailey Park in Loma Linda. This park lays on over nine acres, which consists of two baseball fields, a child-friendly playground, drinking foundations and shady areas for relaxation.


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3/2, Park in Chino Hills – Visit English Springs Park in Chino Hills. This clean and picturesque park is a must-visit location for you and your family. A beautiful pond is one of the most iconic features of this park, while the playground, picnic tables, BBQs, volleyball courts, basketball half-courts and more make it an amazing destination.



3/3, Park in Redlands – Visit Caroline Park in Redlands. From dawn to dusk you can enjoy this park that is absolutely gorgeous. This 16.8 acre piece of land is a botanical nature garden that serves as habitats to various native plants and animals. Dog walkers, homeschoolers, naturalists, walkers, runners and explorers will love visiting this outdoor paradise.

3/3, Park in Riverside – Visit Fairmount Park in Riverside. Home to Lake Evans, Brown Lake, Fairmount Lake and much more, this park is gorgeous. Also featuring a playground, two tennis courts, rose gardens, lawn bowling and more, this is a great destination that children will absolutely love. 


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3/4, Park in Corona – Visit Mountain Gate Park in Corona. Although we visit Mountain Gate Park for its playground, this outdoor destination in Corona has even more to offer the public. Covered picnic tables serve as the ideal location to enjoy a snack from home. There are also baseball fields, a basketball court, a jogging course and tennis courts.

3/4, Park in Big Bear – Visit Meadow Park on Big Bear Lake. Meadow Park is breathtakingly gorgeous, as it is located on the water. This means you can watch boats sail by and feed ducks, all while taking advantage of the shaded picnic tables, tennis courts, horseshoe pits and more.


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