Updated: Aug 8
We'll cover all things Victoria Arbors Park about on this blog. A playground, a basketball court, a baseball field, and a sizable green area are in this park.
Rachel Storch's video shows both parts of the playground.
There is a parking lot with 28 spaces and 2 spaces for the handicapped off of Arbor Lane (on the northern side of the park). This is the best parking lot to use for everything except the baseball field. If that parking lot is full, there is another one off of Long Meadow Drive on the southern part of the park. It has 36 spots and 2 handicapped spots.
Victoria Arbors Park's baseball field contains benches for each team, but there is no roof over it. The parents will need to bring their own chair or stand for the game since there are no bleachers for them. Sadly, there isn't any shade. Bring an umbrella or sunblock! There is no outfield fence on the baseball field. As a result, smaller children will usually play on this field.
Next to the northern parking lot sits the basketball court. It has a mid-court line, three-point lines, and free-throw lines like a standard basketball court. The Inland Empire doesn't have many courts of this nature.
The bathroom is the next stop. You also don't see these very often, but they are conveniently positioned right next to the playground and parking lot.
There are some picnic tables and grills just next to this. There are many of them, and some of them are sheltered (albeit they don't offer much shade all day). Near the picnic tables, there are many trash bins.
8 acres make up Victoria Arbors Park, with open grass occupying 2 acres of it. You can engage in any sport, including baseball, football, soccer, frisbee, and spike ball. There is a sidewalk on the eastern side of the park that is 0.20 miles long - a nice length for a dog walk.
The park is illuminated for activities at night. After all, Victoria Arbors Park is open every single day!
The San Gabriel Mountains and Mount Baldy can be seen well from the park, and when they are covered with snow, the scenery is even more spectacular.
Dogs must be on a leash and skateboarding is not permitted in Rancho Cucamonga parks. There are dog parks close by where you may let them run around without restriction.
This park is different from Victoria Groves Park, but it is also in Rancho Cucamonga.
One review says, "This park offers a variety of activities ranging from a children's playing area to a small basketball court to kids' baseball playing area. You can find people walking and jogging around in the evenings. It is not as big as some other parks, but more than makes it up on other factors."
Victoria Arbors Park Playground
There are two playgrounds at Victoria Arbors Park Playground - one is for older kids, and the other is for smaller kids. It is irrelevant if a small child uses an older playground or the other way around. Additionally, there are tables under a tree where you can keep a close eye on your children.
Four slides, a fireman pole, a swirly fireman pole, ladders, a rock climbing wall, a bridge, jungle gym equipment, and games like a steering wheel can be found on the older (bigger) playground.
The smaller playground has a ladder, a tunnel, a bridge, two slides, and more.
Additionally, there are 4 conventional swings and 4 bucket swings. There is also an exercise court that kids will love to play on.
Sand and rubber are mixed to make the playground surface. Be careful since it could be heated in the summer!
Address: 7429 Arbor Ln, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739
Hours: 6 AM - 10 PM
Coordinates: 34.118281, -117.531575
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