Rancho Cucamonga Epicenter

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Rancho Cucamonga Epicenter
4.5
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Michael A
Rancho Cucamonga, CA79 contributions
Apr 2018 • Business
I was able to attend PAID networking event here at the Quakes Stadium. We had wristbands to identify us in order to get the food, and also the private seating. There is a snack bar with beer, wine, and food available, but the line built up quickly with Non-Event patrons also using the area (which I would ask to change in the future). $3 Thirsty Thursday's during the regular season is the best day to have events here, everyone really loosens up! Go Quakes!!
Written April 18, 2018
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ct-cruisers
Connecticut6,404 contributions
Jan 2018 • Solo
I was in town on business from CT. I am a lifelong Dodgers fan and when I heard that the field was only a few blocks from work, I went over to visit the stadium during lunch.

There are several other ball fields for the public located at this center.

The Quakes stadium was impressive for a "A" ball stadium.

It was easy to find off of Rochester Avenue near the 15 highway.
Written January 21, 2018
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Biztraveler11
Los Angeles, CA146 contributions
Jun 2017 • Friends
See the Dodgers stars in this small local stadium. The Quakes play here and are a Dodger farm team, which they use for rehabilitation assignments. The Brats they serve out in left field and the local craft beers are outstanding (tip: taste several local brews on Thirsty Thursdays at a reasonable price for a ballpark). There are no bad seats, just watch out for foul balls and they have the best mascots; Dinosaurs! Lots of kids activities during the game, as well.
Written August 16, 2017
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msubulldog25
Portland, OR3,460 contributions
Apr 2016 • Solo
My colleague and I visited RC for work back in mid-April. The trip occurred less a week into baseball season; I suggested we catch a local game. Found the park easily enough (thanks Waze!); it's in the midst of a recreational complex. Mid-1990s stadium design, nothing really remarkable architecturally/visually; symmetrical field layout.

It was a cool Tuesday night and attendance was sparse (announced crowd was just 1,126) - we walked up at game time and bought tickets ($13/ea) in the row directly behind the hometown dugout (the Quakes are the LA Dodgers Class A affiliate).

We were treated to a good ballgame, with the Quakes downing their rivals, Inland Empire (LA Angels affiliate), 6-5. Not a ton of selection at the concession stand; I got a Dodger Dog, peanuts and soda combo for under $15. Friendly folks working at the ticket window, gates, concessions and parking ($5/car).

Can't forget to mention the mascot, Tremor - a goofy, pot-bellied lizard who has some terrific dance moves! Some were a little "adult" (think "Flashdance"...), but hysterical nonetheless. He helped pass the time even when the game's pace slowed. :)

Good way to spend a few hours - and one more ballpark to check off my list. Go Quakes!
Written June 4, 2016
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A93274
Tulare, CA57 contributions
Jul 2019 • Family
We took our grandson to a game and were thrilled with the entire experience. The front office answered all my questions. The seats were wonderful even though we purchased tickets just a day before. Parking was a breeze. We were happy with the ballpark food and the lines moved quickly. Any staff that we spoke to was extremely helpful. We met a booster member who was helpful as well. My grandson hoped to get a ball or an autograph. While he didn’t catch any balls, many players were gracious enough to toss balls into the stands. He was able to get a few autographs though and he was thrilled. Thankfully the players also were gracious enough to make a young boy happy. What a wonderful experience.
Written July 13, 2019
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Robert R
Longview, TX19 contributions
Aug 2018 • Family
This is a beautiful ballpark. There's not a bad seat in the park. It's a family-friendly venue with lots of activities to keep kids involved.

I recommend going on a $1 food night, where you can get hot dogs, ice cream sandwiches, and drinks for $1 each. Otherwise, the food costs add up. You are not allowed to bring food into the park, but you can bring a water bottle.

Also, the post-game fireworks are well done on the nights that they have them.

A great place to bring the family and enjoy a game.
Written November 26, 2018
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mellingson
Camarillo, CA53 contributions
Jul 2018 • Friends
Just went to my first game at LoanMart Stadium (new name) - home of the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes. It's a beautiful park with all seats - no bleachers, and alternative open areas as well. Food & Beverage options are great. The playing field is immaculate, and a great way to spend a day if you love baseball.
Written July 24, 2018
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Mary F
3 contributions
Jun 2018 • Family
This is a great place to shop outdoors! The kids played in the pop up water fountain and enjoyed the public library! The kids bought books in the library store located in lobby for just .25 cents each! All in perfect condition! Then the kids played on the outdoor playground, which is covered so the toys don't get hot! There are all kinds of great food choices, however we chose to eat at the Yard House since it had and outdoor patio! Better for kids, however the inside is great for watching sports on multiple screens! Perfect place to enjoy your day or evening, shop, enjoy a movie, dine at a wide variety of eateries, indoors or out, relax at the library, or just enjoy a cup of coffee and watch the kiddos play! There's pleny of parking and it has a beautiful view of the mountains!
Written July 9, 2018
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Friedrich740
250 contributions
May 2018 • Family
Came to see the minor league level A Quakes play the Lake Elsinore Storm. A very nice and clean stadium. I especially like the two cafes down by the baselines and the table sections. Parking is reasonable ($5) and even has a lot of it covered. Seating is also not too pricey and on Thursdays beers are $3. The mascot is silly, the audio system mediocre and the display board half the size of the one in San Bernardino, but the staff are friendly and helpful.
Written June 1, 2018
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cstruyk
394 contributions
Jun 2017 • Solo
Compared to Lake Elsinore and the 66ers ballpark, I would say the Quakes are blessed to have a great view beyond the outfield. I believe everyone should hit up a game here even if it is Class A ball (it is cheap).
Written March 12, 2018
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