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Pantera Park is a great place for families to be outside

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You’ll find a lot of outdoor fun in Diamond Bar, which is located in the eastern part of Los Angeles County. The city is largely residential and offers families lots to see and do.

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Pantera Park is a great place for families to be outside

Pantera Park
738 Pantera Dr., Diamond Bar, CA 91765

The 15.5-acre Pantera Park offers something for every member of the family. The park features many facilities including tennis courts, basketball courts, trails, a children’s playground, a soccer field, and dog park. Additionally, you’ll find grills and picnic tables on site as well. And on Saturday, March 31st, Pantera Park is the site of Diamond Bar’s annual Easter Egg Hunt.

Diamond Bar Golf Course
22751 E. Golden Springs Dr., Diamond Bar, CA 91765

Diamond Bar Golf Course is a 6,801-yard championship course. The Course also offers instruction for golfers of all ages and skill levels, both in individual and group format. The practice facility includes a full-size driving range as well as two chipping and putting greens. A restaurant and snack bar are on site as well.

Bumblebee Place Children’s Playground
21076 Golden Spring Dr., Diamond Bar, CA 91789

Bumblebee Place is an indoor children’s playground designed for children 12 years old and younger. Kids will enjoy the bounce house, slides, trampolines, and much more. There is also a special section reserved for children 3 and younger. They offer Open Play sessions and also serve as a party venue.

Summitridge Park
1425 Summitridge Dr., Diamond Bar, CA 91765

Summitridge Park isn’t a “park” in the traditional sense of the word. Instead, families will find trails here making it a great spot to get the family out and moving. Don’t forget to pack a picnic, too. The park is a great place to stop and rest after a hike and refuel while enjoying the view. And don’t forget to bring water!

Diamond Bar Library
21800 Copley Dr., Diamond Bar, CA 91765

The Diamond Bar Library is a part of the County of Los Angeles Library System. The library features a designated teen space as well as a children’s area complete with a Family Place, “a center for early childhood information, parent education, emergent literacy, socialization and family support.” The library also hosts a number of special events and activities including story times, Teen Tuesdays, and special holiday events such as the upcoming César Chávez Day Celebration: Create a Self-Portrait scheduled for March 31st. The library is closed on Sundays.

Carlton Peterson Park
24142 E. Sylvan Glen Rd., Diamond Bar, CA 91765

Families will find lots of fun things to do at Carlton Peterson Park. The park offers grills and picnic tables, a baseball field, walking/jogging trails, a “tot lot,” and a skate park.  Click here to read Esther’s guide to Carlton Peterson Park.

The Attic Restaurant and Playground
21050 Golden Springs Dr. Suite 107, Diamond Bar, CA 91789

The Attic Restaurant and Playground is “a full service restaurant with an indoor children’s playground on site.” The Attic serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner and mostly uses organic and all-natural ingredients. If you are yearning to have an adult-conversation during a meal without having to answer the kids when they ask when they can be excused from the table, The Attic may be just what you’re looking for. Admission to the Playground does require purchase of a meal or an admission fee, and each adult has to order a minimum from the menu. Be sure to check the website before visiting; The Attic is sometimes closed for private events. They are closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Sycamore Canyon Park
22930 E. Golden Springs Dr., Diamond Bar, CA 91765

Families won’t run out of things to do at Sycamore Canyon Park. In addition to the grills and picnic tables, families will also enjoy baseball fields and a children’s playground. The park also includes the Sycamore Canyon Park Trail. The Trail is 1.6-miles (round-trip) in length, and takes you through a section shaded by sycamore, oak, and walnut trees. Keep in mind that there are no restrooms or drinking facilities along the trail.

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Wendy is a freelance writer who finds inspiration in her ten-year-old son and from her experiences from her twelve-year teaching career. Her writing has appeared in several publications and anthologies, both in print and online. She prefers sunflowers to roses and thinks chocolate is okay at any meal. You can find her at wendykennar.com.


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