If you are in the area looking Corona lofts, penthouse, townhomes and villas and then have some extra time left over at the end of the day, you will find that there are all kinds of fun things to do not only in Corona, buy across Riverside and San Bernardino Counties (Inland Empire). Located at the foot of the Jurupa Hills, the Mary Vagle Nature Center is a natural refuge in the midst of an urban landscape. Mountain High resort is a winter resort in the San Gabriel Mountains, and it is the most-visited resort in Southern California. Kimberly Crest House and Gardens is a French château-style Victorian mansion located in Redlands, and Snow Summit is a ski resort that was established in 1952 and is in the San Bernardino Mountains. The Palm Springs Walk of Stars is a walk of fame in downtown Palm Springs where "Golden Palm Stars", honoring notable people who have lived in the greater Palm Springs area, are embedded in the sidewalk pavement. The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is an annual music and arts festival held at the Empire Polo Club in Indio.
Big Bear Discovery Center is run by the San Bernardino National Forest Association and the United States Forest Service, and it is an information center and educational facility about the San Bernardino National Forest. The Corona condos for sale are about an hour away from the Palm Springs Air Museum, which is a non-profit educational institution, the Corona real estate market also benefits from being close to the San Bernardino National Forest is a federally managed forest encompassing 823,816 acres of which 677,982 acres are federal. Diamond Valley Lake is a man-made offstream reservoir located near Hemet, and it is one of the largest reservoirs in Southern California and also one of the newest. Mount Rubidoux is a hill in the city of Riverside that has been designated a city park and landmark, and the California Route 66 Museum is located on historic in Old Town Victorville, where you will find three display rooms and a gift shop that are housed in the 5,000-square-foot former Red Rooster Cafe. With our customized Corona property search you are able to view the full and complete inventory of Corona condos for sale, and the information is being continuously updated by local Corona Realtors, so you can trust the information as reliable and accurate.
The Victoria Gardens Cultural Center is a community library and performance venue attached to the Victoria Gardens lifestyle center in Rancho Cucamonga, and Big Bear Lake is a reservoir in the San Bernardino Mountains. Mount San Jacinto State Park is in the San Jacinto Mountains, of the Peninsular Ranges system, in Riverside County, and a majority of the park is within the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument. The Corona real estate market is found adjacent to the Riverside Art Museum which is an art museum in the historic Mission Inn District of Riverside, it is also close to the Western Science Center, formerly the Western Center for Archaeology & Paleontology, which is a museum located near Diamond Valley Lake in Hemet. Lake Gregory is an artificial lake in the San Bernardino National Forest of the San Bernardino Mountains, and Joshua Tree National Park was declared a U.S. National Park in 1994 when the U.S. Congress passed the California Desert Protection Act. The Corona condos for sale are close to the March Field Air Museum which is an aviation museum near Moreno Valley, they are also not far from Silverwood Lake which is a large reservoir in San Bernardino County located on the west fork of the Mojave River in the San Bernardino Mountains.
The Big Bear Alpine Zoo is a zoo in Big Bear Lake, and the Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival is held annually, the first weekend of June at Lake Skinner Recreation Area in the Southern California Temecula Valley AVA. The Corona residential market is approximately one hour away from the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway in Palm Springs, which is the largest rotating aerial tramway in the world, and approximately 40 minutes away from the Citizens Business Bank Arena which is a multi-purpose arena in Ontario, which hosts local sporting events and concerts. The San Manuel Amphitheater is a 65,000 capacity amphitheater, located in the hills of Glen Helen Regional Park, and Chino Canyon is a 5.5-mile-long desert canyon, and its associated stream is a tributary of the Whitewater River. The Riverside Metropolitan Museum, or RMM, is an history, anthropological, and natural science museum located in the historic Mission Inn District of Riverside, The UCR/California Museum of Photography is an off-campus institution and department of the UCR College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences. BanCorp REG® has always stood for easier and faster™ Corona real estate – view Corona Condos for sale where our local Corona Realtors offer a rare insider’s perspective into the market.
The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens, formerly the Living Desert Museum, is a public desert botanical garden and a zoo located in Palm Desert, and the California Citrus State Historic Park is an open-air museum in the state park system of California interpreting the historic cultural landscape of the citrus industry. The Auto Club Speedway, formerly California Speedway, is a two-mile, low-banked, D-shaped oval superspeedway in Fontana, California which has hosted NASCAR racing annually since 1997. Splash Kingdom Waterpark is an Egyptian-beach themed water park, trampoline park, and concert venue located in Redlands, and the Corona lofts, villas, penthouses and townhomes are close to the Riverside Fox Theater, which is also known as the Fox Performing Arts Center, was built in 1929, and is a Spanish Colonial Revival style building in the heart of downtown Riverside. Castle Park, formerly Castle Amusement Park, is a 25-acre amusement park and family amusement center located in Riverside, and the Orange Empire Railway Museum, on 2201 South "A" Street in Perris, California, is a railroad museum founded in 1956 at the Pinacate Station as the "Orange Empire Trolley Museum."
Local Corona Realtors say that the largest employers in the city of Corona are Watson Pharmaceuticals, Corona Regional Medical Center, Corona-Norco Unified School District, City of Corona, Kaiser Permanent, Fender, All American Asphalt, TWR Framing, Dart Container, and Core Mark. The residents of Corona live in a lovely year-round Mediterranean climate in a racially diverse city where you will find languages that are spoken from across the world. The racial makeup of Corona includes White, African American, Hispanic, Asian, Pacific Islander, Native American and other races. If you drive south on the 15-freeway away from the Corona properties this will take you down towards San Diego. If you take the 60-freeway west, away from the Corona condos for sale, this will take you towards the Orange County beach cities of Newport, Huntington and Laguna Beach’s. If you take the 15-freeway north this will take you up towards Las Vegas.