Rancho Cucamonga is a suburban city situated in San Bernardino County, in the American state of California. It is located 39 miles east of Los Angeles. Rancho Cucamonga sits at the meeting point of the Mojave Trail, the Old Spanish Trail, the Santa Fe Trail, Foothill Boulevard (formerly Route 66), and El Camino Real.
The economy of Rancho Cucamonga is largely dependant on its status as a major center for the Logistics industry. This status is based on its nearness to two Interstate Highways, the Ontario International Airport, and the availability of large tracts of land to provide facilities for trucking, transportation, and distribution arms for many companies. Top employers in the city include Etiwanda School District, Chaffey College, Amphastar Pharmaceuticals, City of Rancho Cucamonga, Alta Loma School District, Macy’s, and the Central School District. Tamco Steel also makes its home in Rancho Cucamonga.
Entertainment And Dining Out
There are many things to see and do in Rancho Cucamonga including exploring the Mojave Trail. This trail is a historic 140 mile route that crosses the Mojave National Preserve in the Mojave Desert. It crosses between the old Fort Mohave, to the site of the old Camp Cady. You can traverse this trail in a four-wheel drive vehicle, typically within 2 or 3 days. Dining options in Rancho Cucamonga include Flemings Prime Steadhouse, Antonino’s Restaurant & Bar, Haandi Indian Cuisine, and Cask ‘n Cleaver. Magic Lamp Inn provides live entertainment, top quality American food and a family friendly atmosphere.
The nearest major airport to Rancho Cucamonga is LA/Ontario International Airport. Featuring international and domestic flights from Ontario, California the airport is located 4 miles from the city center. Rancho Cucamonga is served by Omnitrans Bus Service and Metrolink Train Service. The Ontario freeway runs through this area and is a major north-south route.