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Located close to both the San Bernardino National Forest and Angeles National Forest, the city of Rancho Cucamonga is a dream location for people who love being close to nature. The city receives warm, sunny weather through most of the year and the residents here have easy access to all of the attractions of Los Angeles. In addition, you can also enjoy some of Rancho Cucamonga's more notable attractions, including the Victoria Gardens Cultural Center and the Annual Grape Harvest Festival.

You live here and know about the many attractions your city has to offer, but yet you're stuck at home doing lawn work. Well, with Lawn Love around this will no longer be the case. Our independent lawn experts can remove this burden from your hands so you can have your weekend back. Our company is fully bonded and insured and our crew of professionals all want to work with you to give you the lawn you've always envisioned of having.

We are also aware that you might be busy, so we've made it easier and more convenient for you to book our services online. Get started by calling us at 909-453-4315 or ask for a quick two minute quote.

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Rancho Cucamonga CA has a very long history; the first to settle the area were Native Americans. By the 13th century AD, the Kukamongans had settled a village near what is now Rancho Cucamonga's western border.


By the 18th century, the area was incorporated into Father Junipero Serra's system of missions. Fifty years later, the region came under the control of Mexico, and in 1839, 13,000 acres were granted to Tubercio Tapia, a successful merchant, and infamous smuggler. Tapia established the first vineyard and winery in California at Rancho Cucamonga. Twenty years later, the Rancho was purchased by John Rains. The Rains home, Casa de Rancho Cucamonga, is currently on the National Register of Historic Places.


The town continued to prosper and grow. Rancho Cucamonga's economy at that time was based on agriculture, particularly orchards. The orchards were abundant with citrus fruits, peaches, olives, and, most notably, grapes. Rancho Cucamonga was undoubtedly the pioneer of California's famous wineries and vineyards.


Today, Rancho Cucamonga continues to prosper; in 2006, Money Magazine placed Rancho Cucamonga at number 42 on its "Best Places to Live" list. Likewise, Insider Magazine proclaimed that one of Rancho Cucamonga's neighborhoods as the 13th wealthiest in Southern California. Rancho Cucamonga schools are also known as some of the best in the state.


The agricultural economy of centuries past has yielded to modern times; today, Rancho Cucamonga's economy is based on logistics. Nestled between several significant airports, transportation hubs, and highways the city is a perfect base of operations for shipping. Millions of square feet of logistics and warehouse space occupy Rancho Cucamonga and the surrounding area, employing thousands of people.


Rancho Cucamonga is not only an industrial hub, but it's also nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, making it a nature lovers paradise. There are numerous parks to enjoy as well as many hiking trails, some of which lead to magnificent waterfalls. The Pacific Electric Inland Empire Trail canvasses more than 21 miles of scenic California countryside. You can hike, bike or horseback ride the trail. However, no motorized vehicles are allowed.


Likewise, Sapphire Falls is a gorgeous foaming waterfall, deep inside Cucamonga Canyon. It may well be the most scenic hike in the area, taking you through majestic ravines and gullies to the sparkling waterfall. The North Etiwanda Preserve is also an excellent place for a challenging hike or bike ride; reach the top, and you'll be treated to a panoramic view of the valley below.


If nature is not your thing, there are plenty of other things to do in and around Rancho Cucamonga. If you're a baseball fan, the Rancho Cucamonga has it's very own minor league team, the Quakes. Rancho Cucamonga Epicenter is the place to catch a game of good old fashioned baseball with the local team.


There is plenty of fine dining throughout the town, and the Joseph Filippi Winery carries on the tradition of early Rancho Cucamonga. Since 1922, their vineyards have produced distinctive wines, and their Taco Tuesdays are very popular with the locals and visitors alike. If beer is more your thing, Kings Brewery is an award-winning microbrewery well known for their IPAs, stouts, and Witbiers. The brewery is well known for its freewheeling, fun atmosphere.


Rancho Cucamonga is also home to the famous Victoria Gardens shopping center. It's a beautiful and active shopping mall, with many stores and restaurants. It's an excellent place to stroll and people watch, and the Friday Farmers Market is a great place to pick up fresh, organic produce.


To fully enjoy the laid-back lifestyle in Rancho Cucamonga, let Lawn Love toil away at your weekend lawn care duties. Lawn Love is the local favorite for lawn care in Rancho Cucamonga. They can mow your lawn, trim your trees and keep your flowers blooming all year round. They can even pull your weeds.


Don't delay your lawn care duties this weekend. Instead, enjoy life in Rancho Cucamonga, and let Lawn Love do all the dirty work in your yard. Fill out the free online quote form to get started.

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