Top 7 Sights of Diamond Bar

Jose de la Luz Linares was awarded the 4,340-acre (1.760 ha) Mexican Land Grant Rancho Los Nogales (Ranch of the Walnut trees) by Governor Juan Alvarado in 1840.

Summitridge Park

Hiking the scenic trail in the park is a great way to have a memorable and exciting excursion. Although the trail is just three miles in length

Raging Waters, San Dima

The Aqua Rocket, a world-class attraction that is water-hydromagnetic and the only one in California, is a must-see attraction.  

Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park

There are many opportunities for land-based activities such as camping, bird watching and biking. The park also has a water park and a golf course.

American Museum of Ceramic Art

Don’t forget the dates! Activities that teach clay and art to younger children are a great option for families with young children.

Brea City Hall Park

The park is filled with attractions and distractions for all ages, from its 25-meter swimming pool to the playgrounds and historic buildings.

Carlton J. Peterson Park

Baseball / Softball Baseball / Softball Diamond Grill Office/Storage Parking Picnic Tables Restrooms Skate Park Tot Lot Trails

Steep Canyon Trail

The trail is accessible all year round and can be visited anytime. The trail is open to dogs, but they must be leashed.