Fontana is placed in the heart of the Inland Empire area of southern California. Fontana is recognized for its speckled and multihued history as well as some of it’s prominent new landmarks. Formerly Fontana was a rustic city famous for plenty of chicken ranches, hog farms, and citrus and walnut orchards. With passing years, Fontana has emerged immensely as a major commuter colony for Los Angeles as well as neighboring cities and a strategic local focal point of the trucking industry.

Fontana is easily accessible through driving distance of numerous mountain resorts, beaches, lakes and desert areas of Southern California. This advantage is making Fontana a desirable vacation resort. It is habitat of many recently constructed landmarks like the largest of the San Bernardino County system libraries, a renovated historic theater, a huge new municipal park, and the Auto Club Speedway, a NASCAR racetrack positioned on the site of the historic Kaiser Steel Mill. Fontana also hosts Fontana Days Half Marathon and 5K run. This particular race is the fastest half marathon course in the world on record.

This is not all about races then we have Auto Club Speedway racing track. This racing track hosts various small races including two NASCAR Sprint Cup events annually. This racing track is sited on Cherry Avenue. Fontana is packed with cultural and art activities. The landmark of the city Art Depot shows the dedication of natives for culture and art. It is the main district center, which promotes art and culture of the city.

Upon opening to the public on October 25, 2008, Fontana Park is situated at Summit Avenue and Lytle Creek Road. Fontana Park is the town’s second largest public park. This park offers a wide range of art in it’s art community center, an aquatic center, skate park. This park also includes kids playgrounds along with children games and swings.

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