Updated: Aug 13
This blog will discuss everything related to Victoria Groves Park. This 6-acre park contains a playground, a basketball court, a baseball field, and a huge green space.
This video from Min Chang shows the playground and the rest of the park!
A parking lot with 25 spaces and one handicapped space is located off Fairmont Way (on the park's southern side). This is the greatest parking area to use for everything in the park. If that parking lot is full, there is some street parking along and next to Fairmont Way.
The baseball field at Victoria Groves Park has benches for each team, although it is not covered. Since there are no bleachers for parents, they will need to bring their own chairs or stand during the game. There is some shade, fortunately, from nearby trees. The baseball diamond is unfenced in the outfield. Smaller kids will therefore typically play on this field.
The basketball court is located next to the northern parking lot. The court is shaped like a circle and has 2 hoops. Each half-circle court has a free-throw line and a three-point line. There will probably be shade here.
The next stop is the restroom. These are uncommon to see, although they are conveniently located next to the parking lot and playground.
Right next to this, there are several picnic tables and grills. There are many, and some of them are covered (even though they don't provide much shade all day). There are numerous trash cans close to the picnic tables.
Victoria Groves Park has 2 acres of open grass. You can play any sport, such as spike ball, football, soccer, and baseball. Around the park, there is a 0.38-mile-long walkway that is ideal for dog walks. There is a trail on the northern end of the park that continues to the east for a while.
The park isn’t very lit up at night for activities. Victoria Groves Park is still open all day every day.
The San Gabriel Mountains and Mount Baldy are clearly visible from the park, and the panorama is even more stunning when they are coated with snow.
There is not an accessible playground on the western side of the park; this is only available to students at Victoria Groves Elementary School.
In Rancho Cucamonga parks, dogs must be kept on a leash, and skateboarding is not allowed. Nearby dog parks allow you to let your dog run around without any restrictions.
This park is different from Victoria Arbors Park, but it is also in Rancho Cucamonga.
One review says, "Very nice park! Lots of shade! There are tables near the playground to hang out while your little ones play and get all their energy out. It's also in a really nice quiet neighborhood. I highly recommend coming here. It's fun for the whole family, or even if you just want to take the dog on a little walk."
Playground at Victoria Groves Park
At Victoria Groves Park Playground, there are two playgrounds: one is for older children, and the other is for younger children. It makes no difference if a young child utilizes an older playground or vice versa. In addition, there are tables and benches under trees where you can watch your kids carefully.
The older (larger) playground has 3 slides, ladders, a fireman pole, monkey bars, a rope ladder, stairs, and jungle gym equipment.
The smaller playground includes spring riders, 2 slides, a ladder, a bridge, rock stairs, and a little table.
There are also 2 conventional swings and 2 bucket swings. Your kids could be busy for hours!
The playground surface is made of a mixture of sand and rubber. In the summer, it could be hot, so use caution!
Address: 6840 Fairmont Way, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91701
Hours: Open 24 hours daily
Coordinates: 34.129691, -117.562679
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