Places to go Things to Do In Corona California

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Places to Go, Things to DoSantana Regional Park

Corona has so much to offer! The list below gives local highlights:

Corona Municipal Airport
1901 Aviation Drive
(951) 736-2289

Home to 450-500 general-aviation aircraft, "the friendliest little airport in the world" is open to all visitors during daylight hours. The 100-acre airport is strictly recreational, with no commercial flights.

Santana Regional Park
528 Santana Way (Ontario & Kellogg)

Among the largest of the City's 32 parks, 21-acre Santana Regional Park in south central Corona offers lighted soccer fields, ball fields, a covered picnic area suitable for group use, and more than 400 parking spaces.

Corona Public Library
650 South Main Street
(951) 736-2382
Mon - Thu 10 am - 9 am; Friday 1 - 5; Sat 10 am - 5 pm; Sun, 1 - 5.

Free storytimes, special events, computer classes, literacy help, homework center, and books, software and audio-visual materials for checkout or in-library research.

Heritage Room and Exhibit Gallery, Corona Public Library
The Exhibit Gallery features historical exhibits about Corona, rotating exhibits from local artists, and traveling exhibits from museums and more.

Corona's Parks and Community Services Department Activities
Detailed information about sports, trips, classes and special events offered by the City's Parks and Community Services Department.

History / Heritage

Heritage Room, Corona Public Library
650 South Main Street
(951) 736-2386
Mon - Thu Noon - 8 pm; Closed Fridays, Sat 10 - 4, closed Sundays.

Photos, newspaper files, yearbooks, manuscripts, citrus labels and other special collections as well as books on local and regional history. U.S. passport services also available.

Corona's Historic Sites
Listing of the Corona Historic Preservation Society's historic markers.

Corona's History
A detailed history of the City of Corona.

Heritage Park
510 West Foothill Parkway
(951) 898-0687
http://www.coronaheritage.org/

Corona Heritage Park is a non-profit enterprise created to endow a historic resource for the origins and early industries of the City of Corona encompassed by a cultural and visual arts center. More Info...

Golf Courses

Cresta Verde Golf Course
1295 Cresta Road
(951) 737-2255
Daily 6 am-sundown

Cresta Verde Golf Course is an 18-hole golf course open to the public for a fee. It includes a lighted driving range, practice greens, golf club rentals, snack bar, tournaments, proshop golf, and twilight and senior rates.

Eagle Glen Golf Club
1800 Eagle Glen Parkway
(951) 272-4653
Daily 5:30 am-sundown

Eagle Glen Golf Club, Corona's newest, is open to the public for a fee. It includes a driving range, practice greens, chipping area with bunker, golf club rentals, a clubhouse including banquet facilities, a pro shop, etc., tournaments, and twilight rates.

Green River Golf Club
5215 Green River Road
(951) 737-7393
Daily 5:30 am-7:30 pm

Green River Golf Club, located where Riverside, Orange and Los Angeles counties converge, is open to the public for a fee. It offers two championship public courses, driving range, new putting course, new clubhouse, restaurant, lounge, and banquet facilities.

Mountain View Country Club
2121 Mountain View Drive
(951) 737-9798
Daily 5:30 am-sundown

Mountain View Country Club is an 18-hole golf course open to the public for a fee. It includes practice greens, golf club rentals, a snack bar, tournaments, and twilight and senior rates.

Specialty Attractions

Fender Museum of Music and the Arts
365 North Main Street
(951) 735-2440
Fri, 11 am-4 pm; Sat, 2-5 pm

The new Fender Museum of Music and the Arts' on 365 N. Main Street opened on July 13, 2002 with a Grand Opening celebration. The new facility - a 33,000 square foot building - is a museum and educational facility complete with classrooms, a 48-track digital recording studio, outdoor amphitheater, gift shop, and a Visual Arts Gallery.

Under the Kids Rock Free Program Fender Museum began providing free lessons in piano, guitar, drums, bass and combo bad classes to children ranging in age from 7 to 17. Currently over 400 hundred children per week take advantage of these free educational opportunities.

Glen Ivy Hot Springs Spa
25000 Glen Ivy Road
(951) 277-3529
Daily 9:30 am-6 pm April-October; 9:30 am-5 pm November-March

Admission limited to guests 16 years & older except on three Family Days (Memorial Day Monday, July 4th, and Labor Day Monday)

Professional body services, salon treatments, soothing mineral water, and California's only red clay mud bath, "Club Mud," are offered in this secluded canyon spa.

Laser Family Fun Center
400 North Main Street
(951) 737-1211
Sun-Thu, 10 am-10 pm; Fri-Sat, 10 am-12 midnight

Laser tag is the highlight of this family fun center; video games, a golf simulator, and a baseball simulator are also offered.

Pole Position Raceway
1594 Bentley Drive
(951) 817-5032
Mon-Thu, 11am-9pm; Fri, 11am-12 midnight; Sat, 9am-12 midnight; Sun 11am-6pm

Minimum height is 48" for kid's karts and 56" for adult karts. There are also adult karts with hand controls for handicapped drivers. Indoor kart racing with speeds up to 45 MPH on a 1/4-mile road course. Other activities include; video games, pool tables, air hockey and more.

Quality West Wing

Offering free educational fieldtrips for children ages 4th through 12th grade discussing the Constitution, influential presidents and the three branches of government. The tour culminates with a walk through a full-scale replica of the Oval Office. Schools and community groups welcome by appointment 8 to 5 Tuesday through Friday. Call (951) 808-1676 or look on our website at http://www.qualitywestwing.com/ .

Tom's Farms
23900 Temescal Canyon Road
(951) 277-9992
Daily, 8 am-8 pm

Begun more than 30 years ago as a produce and fruit stand, Tom's Farms has expanded to offer a variety of eating places and several shopping opportunities serving the Temecula Valley, including an outdoor craft faire during summer weekends.

Uncle Bud's Automotive Museum

Enjoy a journey through automotive history detailing the exciting changes and technological innovations that have characterized the ever-evolving automotive industry. School groups free (by appointment only, please). Students will receive information about area automotive technical schools. Phone (951) 808-1684 or view our website at http://www.unclebuds.org/.

Movie Theater

Edwards Corona Crossing Stadium 18
2650 Tuscany Street
(951) 582-0872

Edwards Corona 15 Cinemas
351 West Rincon Avenue
(951) 279-1160

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I i ever want to go to the library, see historical sites or play colf it looks like Corona's the place for me!!!

I think i'd bring a six pack of coronas if I went golfing though...

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