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Rancho Cucamonga Map, California

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Rancho Cucamonga History

Abraham Lincoln signed in the post office situated at Red Hill base in the year 1864. After the departure of Dona Merced and the death of John Rains, Rancho was declared as a foreclosed estate. Later, this Rancho was purchased by Isaias Hellman and businessman of San Francisco who formed Cucamonga Company. Both access and water supply were given to the colony of Cucamonga in the year 1887 because irrigation tunnels... read more

Rancho Cucamonga Nightlife

Casinos, no doubt, make the entire spell binding atmosphere of Rancho Cucamonga. Gamblers from all over the world come to this city to try their luck. Some of the games, which are normally played in the various casinos, include blackjack, bingo, poker and cards. Some of the famous casinos of the city are the Crystal Park, the Hustler casino, the Chumash, the Barona, the Club Caribe, the Fantasy Springs and the Normandie. read more

Rancho Cucamonga Sightseeing

American Art Gallery exhibits periodically work of the professional network of artists to attract the interested tourists. The work includes portraits, decorations, fine arts, restorations and illustrations. read more

Rancho Cucamonga Travel Guide

Rancho Cucamonga is situated at a distance of about 39-miles east of Los Angeles. It is the combination of the Old Spanish Trail, the Santa Fe Trail, the Mojave Trail, former El Camino and the U.S. Route 66. The location of Rancho Cucamonga causes the town to be extremely smoggy. read more

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