12281 Mariposa Rd.
Victorville, CA 92395
Phone: (760) 245-6777
Fax: (760) 245-6773
Scandia offers hours of unbridled entertainment for the entire family. It boasts of a miniature golf course, batting cages, rides, video and arcade games. Scream your lungs out as you ride on the Baltic Sea Bumper Boats, Passenger Raceway, Crow's Nest and Sky Screamer. The tickets can either be purchased for individual rides or visitors can opt for the unlimited pass. Those who manage to hit the ball in the 18th hole in one go even win an unlimited golf pass. After an engaging round of golf, visitors can unwind at the on-site Olga's Kitchen restaurant. Scandia hosts field trips for educational purposes that acquaint one with the physics principles such as aerodynamics that govern the rides. This venue can also be hired for a fun-filled corporate or private event.
From a bird's-eye view, Hesperia Lake Park appears as a relief of green amid the arid desert land of Hesperia. It spreads towards rolling brown hills from the Hesperia Lake situated at its center. It is mainly frequented for its fishing programs, divided into separate sessions based on age group for senior citizens, children and adults. Visitors need to pay a fixed rate for fishing and it even offers a Kid’s Fishing Clinic where children below 10 years can learn or practice fishing techniques. Groups can also hire tents or recreational vehicles for camping, and facilities include a fire ring and a picnic table. Head here for a breath of fresh air and a picturesque setting, in stark contrast to the dry terrain of the city.
Helendale, or Silver Lakes, is home to two splendid man-made lakes called North Lake and South Lake. Since their completion in 1969, these two lakes have come lie at the center of various recreational activities, including kayaking, sailing, paddling and horse riding along the shore. The shores of both of these sparkling bodies of water are surrounded by restaurants, hotels, resorts and parks. The tranquil, still waters of these lakes make an especially beautiful sight at sunset, with its beauty drawing in locals and tourists alike.
Mount San Antonio, commonly called Mount Baldy, is the tallest mountain in the LA area at 10,068 feet (3,069 meters). The mountain is home to various wildlife, including desert bighorn sheep and lodgepole chipmunks. Mount San Antonio has various hiking trails, including three trails that reach the top of the mountain. There is often snow on its peak during the winter, which is perhaps why the mountain was nicknamed Mount Baldy.
A hands-on children's museum that contains a wide range of interactive exhibits for children to enjoy, such as a disability exhibit, puppet theater, costume areas, turtle and saltwater reef tanks, hospital room, and an old-fashioned school house.
Named after the city's founder, A.B. Miller High School is one of the high schools in Fontana, providing secondary education for the children of Fontana. The school has more than 3000 students, with majority of students belonging to the Hispanic ethnicity, enrolled from 9th grade to the 12th grade. Sports facilities include a basketball court, a baseball ground, soccer ground and several tennis courts, ensuring an overall development of students. Visit their website to know more.