Corona is once known as the “Lemon Capital of the World,” it was founded at the height of the citrus boom year 1886 in Southern California, named initially as the South Riverdale, it sits at Santa Ana’s River Canyon, which is a significant pass through going to the Santa Ana Mountains. Corona is one of the most populated residential cities of the Inland Empire, where a large portion of it has a sizable industrial portion located in the northern half. And because of the city’s proximity to Los Angeles, its residents have easy access to all the amenities and entertainment options that the city has to offer. However, that doesn’t mean that the city doesn’t have much to offer, Corona boasts several amenities first-rate quality of life provided to the residents and visitors. With its more than 334 acres of area that are surrounded by parks, sports fields, playgrounds, skateparks, and a lot more.
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