The City of Rancho Cucamonga supports a Healthy Body by offering a wide variety of classes, activities and special programs that will help you, your family and friends be active and fit. Join us in the Healthy RC movement and checkout the Community Services Department and the Sports Division website for workshops, classes and programs to get you moving and active.
The James L. Brulte Senior Center has plenty of offerings to help you achieve your goals including: Wellness Pass, Aerobics, Yoga, Wii Seniors, Sit & Be Fit, plus many more! Come get fit with us!
Get Ready! Get Set! Play! The Sports Division in the Community Services Department offers a variety of ways to stay physically active and fit.
More residents are discovering that walking in the North Etiwanda Preserve is a great way to get fresh air and exercise. The Preserve's 3.4 mile loop trail takes you through rolling foothills and unique features, including an antique water pumping station, a stone chimney, and the Sierra Madre fault.
Calling all walkers, joggers, cyclists, equestrians, and those still in strollers! Come out and enjoy the Pacific Electric Trail today! The Trail is a safe and serene place for people to enjoy numerous activities including: traveling across the region and through our neighborhoods, commuting to work, experiencing nature, and exercising while exploring the history and culture of the area.
The City of Rancho Cucamonga has created a smoke-free environment at all City facilities, outdoor service lines, and transit stops for everyone to enjoy. Please be respectful of your health and of your neighbors by refraining from smoking at any city facility, including parks, trails and the surrounding property and parking lots, as well as all transit stops and outdoor service lines.
Eating out doesn’t have to mean eating unhealthy food. Local restaurants have partnered with us to help make the healthy choice the easy choice for your whole family by clearly identifying the healthier options on their menus. Simply visit one of our participating restaurants and look for the Healthy RC Dining logo to find the healthier options.