Activity Type: Recreation

“One Perfect Day in Riverside, CA”

Website: http://www.sunset.com/travel/california/riverside-california-day-trip

See what Riverside has to offer in an Article by Sunset Magazine

Take a trip to the creative side of the Inland Empire. This Riverside neighborhood has found its inner artist

Why go now: This Riverside neighborhood has finally found its inner artist.

Flashback: The 909 gets a bad rap for being a former citrus town turned hot, smoggy sprawling, B-class Inland Empire suburb.

Flashforward: A slow but steady overhaul has snazzed up the Downtown Arts & Culture District

Adams Kart Track

Phone: (951) 686-3826

Website: http://www.adamsmotorsportspark.com

Location: 5292 24th Street
Riverside, California 92509

Southern California’s Most Exciting Racing Facility!
For over 50 years, Adams Motorsports Park in Riverside, CA has been the place to go for great racing action in Southern California’s Inland Empire.

Whether you are into kart racing, drifting, time attack, pocket bikes/mini-moto, motorcycles or supermoto racing, Adams Motorsports Park has you covered!

AMF Riverside Lanes

Phone: (951) 353-2695

Location: 10781 Indiana Avenue
Riverside, California 92503

AMF Riverside Lanes offers traditional bowling on 40 lanes and features a separate meeting room. Relax in our large bar area and watch your favorite sports on our flat-screen TV or challenge your friends to a game of pool or arcade-style games.

Arlington Lanes

Phone: (951) 688-2695

Website: http://www.goarlingtonlanes.com/

Location: 7100 Arlington Avenue
Riverside, California 92503

Arlington Lanes is the premier bowling facility located in the City of Riverside.  Since 1986, Arlington Lanes has been proudly serving the bowling community with hospitality and friendly service.  Whether you are young or young at heart, the sport of bowling is something that everyone can enjoy.

While we understand that you have a variety of entertainment and recreation choices, we appreciate everyone that steps into our doors and we’ll always try our best to make your visit both enjoyable and memorable.

Castle Park

Phone: (951) 785-3000

Website: http://www.castlepark.com/

Location: 3500 Polk Street
Riverside, California 92505

Big fun! Small Price! Castle Park is the #1 Family Fun Amusement Park!

Voted the “Favorite Family Attraction in the Inland Empire,” Castle Park is Southern California’s Premier Family Amusement Park! Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, having a party, doing corporate team building, or spending quality time with family and friends, Castle Park makes everything easier and hassle free. Your group can enjoy a scrumptious meal served in our Big Top Restaurant or Picnic Pavilion area and enjoy all that Castle Park has to offer.

Buccaneer Cove, Castle Park’s newest attraction, includes five colorful water slides, wet water tunnels, interactive aqua domes, fun spray cannons, spray loops and cylinder spray fountains and a huge splash bucket located at the top of the structure. Lounge chairs and lush shady foliage will provide guests with the chance to take a break from the fun and sun. Semi-private cabanas with food service are available for all day rentals as well. With attractions like Dragon Flyer, Scrambler, Miniature Golf, Arcade, and a Magic Show, Castle Park has something for everyone to enjoy!

Infuse – Dance Studio for Adults

Phone: 951-223-6683

Website: http://www.infusedancestudio.com/

Location: 3737 Main St. Ste 103A Riverside, CA 92501

Downtown Riverside’s first multi-genre adult–only dance center. Explore their website for scheduled classes, workshops, and events.

Mission Inn Tour

Phone: 951-788-9556

Website: http://missioninnmuseum.org

Location: 3696 Main Street, Riverside, CA 92501

The Mission Inn Foundation offers a 75 minute walking tour led by trained docents on the art, architecture and history of the Mission Inn. This is your opportunity to see parts of the Inn that are inaccessible to the general public based on hotel availability. Reservations are highly recommended as we only take a limited number of guests per tour. Tours are $13 for adults and senior citizens, children under twelve are free with an adult. During Festival of Lights, starting the Friday after Thanksgiving, and running through the first weekend after New Year’s Day, tours are $17 per person. Payment is requested at the time of reservation and is nonrefundable.
Group & Student Tours are also available. Reduced rates are available for groups of 25 or more and for school groups.

Mt. Rubidoux

Website: http://www.mt-rubidoux.org/

Location: 4706 Mt. Rubidoux Street
Riverside, California 92501

Mount Rubidoux is a hill within the city of Riverside, California, United States, that has been designated a city park and landmark.

The isolated, 1,337-foot high granite hill towering above the city’s western edge has long been a landmark to travelers and residents alike, ever since the 1880s when Riverside emerged as the quintessential Southern California citrus town. The mountain was named for one of its 19th century owners, wealthy ranchero Louis Rubidoux.

With the help of the deep pockets of Southern Pacific Railroad magnate Henry E. Huntington, Frank Miller, owner of the lavish, pride-of-Riverside Mission Inn, purchased the mountain in 1906. Their intention was to use the mountain as an attraction to sell residential lots at its base.

Mt. Rubidoux was landscaped and a road constructed to the summit, where a cross was planted. Some historians believe America’s first Easter sunrise service took place atop Rubidoux in 1909 and inspired similar observances around the continent.