Description - Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park is a 150-acre day use park near the Ontario Convention Center, Ontario Mills Mall, and Ontario International Airport. Swim, picnic, and play on the site of world-famous vineyards.
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Swim lagoons, water slides, sandy beaches, and shady lawns are the perfect combination for fun and relaxation
- Located within the park are two lakes including 10-acre and 4-acre surface lakes stocked year-round with over 24,000 pounds of trout and catfish. (Trout season runs from November to April; catfish season runs from May to September.) Pedal boat rentals are offered during the summer months. Picnic shelters and barbecues are located throughout the park for individual and large group picnics.
Cucamonga-Guasti also features a swim complex consisting of a large sandy beach surrounded by a spacious grass area and a 220-twin flume waterslide and handicap accessible splash pool.
Discover the Cucamonga Creek Trail, a 1.5-mile trail on Flood Control maintenance road in San Antonio Heights. Half of the length is compacted dirt and rock 20' in width while half is paved road 10-15' in width. This is a regional trail that will connect the National Forest (north) to the Santa Ana River (south).
A park special event is the popular BMX Nationals. For current fees, hours, and stocking information, please contact the park.
Recreation - Swimming, fishing including trout derbies, hiking, aqua boating, playground fun, volleyball games, horseshoe toss, picnicking, and enjoying annual festivals are some of the ways visitors enjoy themselves at Cucamonga-Guasti.
Climate - A warm, dry Mediterranean climate prevails over Southern California - inland it is generally hot in the summer and mild in the winter. During the summer, valley temperatures can soar above 100 degrees while remaining pleasant in the mountains. Most of the precipitation comes as rain during the winter months. During the winter months higher elevations experience snow and freezing temperatures.
Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park is located immediately north of Interstate 10 on the Archibald Avenue exit.