Greater Ontario, Southern California’s “Inland Experience” is where big city sophistication, incredible shopping and hometown hospitality meet. With over 300 days of sunshine and temperate climate year around this is the perfect home base to enjoy all activities in Southern California! In less than an hour in any direction, Greater Ontario is your gateway to outdoor adventures, mountains, deserts, beaches, wineries, Disneyland and Hollywood. Located where two major interstates intersect and convenient to all freeways, Ontario International Airport, and commuter rail, your road to adventure can take you anywhere.
Start your adventure at the California Welcome Center located in Fashion Alley at Ontario Mills Mall. Our friendly area experts can assist you with planning your visit.
With wonderful dining and hotel options, Greater Ontario has something for everyone. When visiting the Greater Ontario area, guests have an impressive array of lodging choices. The area boasts more than 60 hotels with 6,000 guest rooms, with several major hotel brands in the area, each providing its own unique brand of hospitality. From intimate bed-and-breakfasts and boutique hotels to larger hotel properties, these options are as varied as the guests.
Greater Ontario’s cultural diversity is evident in the variety of delicious dining options reflecting an international make-up ranging from global delicacies to regional specialties and good old American flair. Whether it’s Indian, Thai, Chinese, Mexican, Cuban, Middle Eastern, Japanese, Caribbean or world class desserts, Greater Ontario has something you’ll write home about. Enjoy a variety of palate pleasing restaurants to entice the most sophisticated taste buds. Unleash your inner-fashionista with exceptional indoor and outdoor shopping and dining or relax at California’s oldest winery and our growing craft brewery scene.
Take a deep breath of fresh air to explore the great open spaces while hiking, biking or horseback riding. Enjoy semi-pro sporting events, concerts, huge movie complexes and indoor entertainment including car racing. Explore the Pacific Electric Trail on foot, horseback, or bike. Lace up your hiking boots and head out to explore the North Etiwanda Preserve in the foothills above Rancho Cucamonga, where you’ll be able to view native wildlife and plants, as well as the remnants of early pioneer settlements.
Get up early to get in a sunrise golf game or swim, then head in for a massage and an early lunch. Learn about the area’s rich history in agriculture, architecture and art and design. Celebrate California’s car culture on Route 66 before heading off to one of the hidden culinary gems then laughing or dancing the night away.
GO explore! Immerse yourself in the natural beauty, sophistication and home town friendly feel of the region. We look forward to your visit.
Last modified: April 23, 2018