Fontana is a city in the state of California, in the United States. Founded in 1913, this city is situated in San Bernardino County, 50 miles east of Los Angeles. It is home to the Auto Club speedway, a renovated historic theater, and the largest steel mill in the area.
Fontana’s economy is largely based on the industrial sector. Kaiser Steel Mill is in Fontana, and it is a regional hub for the trucking industry. The city is home to several truck dealerships, and other industrial equipment sales centers, it also serves as a production center for companies such as Toyota, Target, Sears, Mercedes-Benz, Southern California Edison, Home Shopping Network, and Avery Dennison. There are many options for serviced offices in the city of Fontana.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Fontana is situated near the Auto Club Speedway, which is a major source of tourism for the area. This two-mile oval speedway was originally called California Speedway. It has hosted NASCAR racing since 1997. The speedway is located near both Interstate 10 and Interstate 15. Located at the edge of town the North Etiwanda Preserve is a great place to go hiking. Popular dining options in Fontana include Pancho Villa’s Mexican Grill, Mario’s Pizza, Red Hill Coffee Shop, and Sundowner’s Family Restaurant with its comprehensive menu of modern American meals.
The nearest major airport to Fontana is LA/Ontario International Airport. This airport operates international and domestic flights from Ontario, California and is just 12 miles from the city center. Another major airport in the area is John Wayne Airport, offering additional flights from Santa Ana, California, 51 miles from Fontana. The San Bernardino Freeway runs through the city. Fontana Metrolink Station can be found at the heart of the city and operates light rail services that run to destinations throughout Los Angeles County.