What You’ll Love About San Dimas
Tucked into the foothills of the san Gabriel Valley just south of the San Dismas Canyon, San Dimas, CA is a bustling city with a charming small-town feel of connected community. It’s the perfect blend of amenities, parks and open spaces, events and activities, and quiet residential neighborhoods. For those seeking the closeness of small-town community with a wealth of outstanding amenities and community events, there’s no better place than San Dimas
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Things To Do
There’s never a dull moment in San Dimas! Cool off on a hot day at the Raging Waters theme park, one of the largest water parks in California. Explore the Pacific Railroad Museum in Historic Downtown. Spend the day on the course at San Dimas Canyon Golf Course or the Via Verde Country Club. Or just attend an exciting community event, like Halloween Spectacular, food trucks, Western Days, Downtown Holiday Extravaganza, Music in the Park, Farmers Markets, or Toast of the Town.
Parks & Recreation
Looking for a way to enjoy life in the great outdoors? There are plenty of options in San Dimas, not least of which is the Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park, which offers miles of trails and beautiful Puddingstone Lake. Smaller parks offer charming open spaces, and miles of trails wind throughout the city. Additionally, the Recreation Department of San Dimas offers a wealth of activities, sports, and events for citizens of all ages to enjoy.
Historic Downtown San Dimas is located on Bonita Avenue between the Pacific Railroad Museum and the Puddingstone Village Shopping Center and the San Dimas Civic Center. Here, visitors can stroll through historic buildings housing restaurants, shops, service providers, and even a model railroad store. One of Downtown’s top attractions is the beautifully-restored Walker House, which is home to the San Dimas Historical Society, the Festival of Arts art gallery, and a local restaurant.