Quality Inn & Suites
1170 Fairway Drive
Walnut, CA 91789
Phone: (909) 594-9999
Fax: (909) 594-9343
This is a 27 hole golfing destination that is open to all throughout the year. This public course consists of everything needed to make for a challenging play. From expansive fairways, water holes, sand bunkers and doglegs; all spread across picturesque greens. The club caters to three courses namely North, South and East Course that have a variety of tee opportunities. The club also provides golf instructors to help you improve your game.
This is the place to go if you have always wanted to be a race car driver. Here you can choose from several different courses, from a basic one to one with a lot of twists and turns. If racing is not your cup of tea, there are two 18-hole miniature golf courses as well as a video arcade. If all of this playing makes you tired, head to the snack bar for refreshments.
This difficult course is part of the Industry Hills Golf Club at Pacific Palms. It has treacherously narrow fairways and a constantly foreboding rough. This is a very hilly course providing some outstanding views, as a number of holes commence from elevated tees. This course and the nearby Didrikson Zaharias course combine to make one of the best golf resorts in the Los Angeles area and can subsequently be quite busy.
This popular equestrian center was established in 1981. It is entirely family-owned and operated. It offers boarding, riding lessons, horse rentals, horses for sale and on-site banquet facilities. Riding lessons are available for both beginning and advanced students in both English and Western riding styles.
Chino Hills State Park is a 14,102 acre park in the Santa Ana Canyon Hills. The land was originally used for cattle grazing and visitors can see some remaining features from that time, including a ranch house and windmills. In 1984 Chino Hills State Park became a state park. Walk along the miles of trails and see if you can spot the wildlife, such as red-tailed hawks, California gnatcatcher, and bobcats. There are also bicycle and equestrian trails.
Long before it was known for South Coast Plaza, Disneyland and Knott's Berry Farm, Orange County was known for—you guessed it—oranges. Groves of those healthy citrus fruits dotted the landscape. This ranch was one of the biggest, and home to the original Sunkist groves. You can see all of the farming equipment and other memorabilia relating to growing oranges at this museum. There is still a working orange grove on the property. Because tours are by appointment only, it is necessary to schedule your visit at least three weeks in advance.
Opened October 2001, Black Gold Golf Club offers a great Arthur Hills design in an already impressive list of California courses to his credit. Constructed on 219 acres of southern California hillcountry a short drive from Disneyland, Hills has thoughtfully incorporated the variations of the local terrain into Black Gold. The course also boasts exceptional views from Newport Beach to Palos Verdes, including Catalina Island on a clear day.This 18 hole par 72 championship course measuring 6,756 yards from the tips, is part of the Vista Del Verde luxury golf course community bordering Chino Hills State Park. Designed as a canyon style course, Black Gold boasts rolling, virtually treeless fairways leading to large greens of moderate speed. 5 sets of tees ensure the course's playability for all handicaps.The course features a full service clubhouse, short practice game area, putting green and lighted 40-tee driving range.
Coyote Hills Golf Course was built in 1996 by Cal Olson and is located in the splendid foothills of Orange County. This 18-hole public course is managed by American Golf Corp. and is one of the most sought after venues for PGA tours. Spread across 250 acres (101 hectares) of semi-hilly terrain, the course is marked by streams, lakes, shrub plantations, gnat-catchers and coyotes. The course has a fabulous banquet space and is a coveted wedding venue as well. The Coyote Grill Cafe at the course, offers a sumptuous platter, which is thoroughly enjoyable after a few tees. A full driving range, practice greens, and a golf pro-shop are also available. View website for further details.
This course lets you play golf along a very beautiful creek. Fullerton Golf Course is located in a valley along a creek and thereby offers some amazing grounds to test your skills on. There are gently sloping hills that allow for different types of elevations to practice on. Open to the public in 1963, the course designed by William F. Bell accommodates different levels of players, from professionals to amateurs.
This is a non-profit botanical garden situated on 26 gorgeous acres of the California State University Fullerton. Botanical collections are sectioned into zones: the temperate zone, the tropical zone and the arid zone. There is a rare fruit grove featuring subtropical fruits like cherimoyas, kiwis, papayas, guavas and rare citrus varieties. The Children's Garden is the site for educational programs and hands-on fun. Also on the grounds is the Heritage House, an Eastlake Victorian cottage built in 1894 by Dr. George C. Clark, an early Fullerton physician, as his home and office. There is a lot of nature and a little bit of history here, making for a wonderful outing. Although admission is free, a voluntary donation is suggested.
Westridge Golf Club is an interesting 18-hole championship course in Orange County that is quickly becoming to be one of the most sought after golf courses for both amateurs and professional players. This is also a great course for those looking for a relaxing afternoon on lush greens with a nice view and good clubhouse. Greens fees include a cart. Make reservations a week in advance or a surcharge will be added for each person in the party.
Mountain Meadows Golf Course is a championship 18-hole course in Ponoma. Players will certainly find this course a challenging one. Quite a few weddings take place at the clubhouse as well. Call or check out the website for information and to schedule a tee time.