Rancho Cucamonga Property Management

Things to do in Rancho Cucamonga!

Victoria Gardens

Great location to shop for clothes, electronics, food and other items.


North Etiwanda Preserve

The North Etiwanda Preserve was established as a habitat preservation area on February 10, 1998, when the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors accepted mitigation land from San Bernardino Associated Governments (SANBAG) for impacts related to construction of the 210 Freeway. The initial 762 acres acquired for the North Etiwanda Preserve consisted primarily of a unique Riversidean Alluvial Fan Sage Scrub plant community and was purchased by SANBAG to be preserved as natural habitat for impacts to the Coastal California Gnatcatcher and similar habitat consumed by the development of the freeway. Ongoing conservation efforts have enabled expansion of the Preserve to over 1200 acres. Amazing trails and scenery!


Cucamonga Service Station

The current owner and property restorer is the Route 66 Inland Empire California (IECA) non-profit organization.Since being designated a historical site in 2009, by the city of Rancho Cucamonga, Route 66 IECA has been restoring the Service Station to what it looked like in 1915. It is a community effort with many volunteers helping in many ways, helping to restore this iconic piece of Cucamonga history.


Rancho Cucamonga Quakes

Enjoy a baseball game with friends and family!