Rancho Cucamonga Marijuana Information
In Rancho Cucamonga
Located 37 miles East of Los Angeles, the town of Rancho Cucamonga is the 27th largest town in the state of California. The town has a population of just over 175,000, and is home to a rich agricultural and wine producing history. The town has over 280 sunny days a year, which the locals love! You can expect to see a lot of tan individuals around town as a result of this.
In the late 1880’s, the town was growing at a rapid rate, and railroad lines started being laid through town, and irrigation ditches started being dug. With these irrigation ditches, agricultural pursuits boomed, and more farms and vineyards sprang up left and right. Today, you can still find some of the freshest fruits and wines in the country located here in town.
Today, Rancho Cucamonga boasts that they are “The Gateway to a Southern California Adventure.” They say this because they are a perfect snapshot of the region, from the climate to the agricultural production, this town is what SoCal is all about. The area also features some phenomenal golfing opportunities, including a course designed by famed player, Arnold Palmer! If hitting the links is on your to-do list, you’ll be well taken care of.
The town is also known for being pretty ritzy and those who live here are pretty well off. There’s tons of upscale dining and shopping opportunities in town, but fewer options if you’re ballin’ on a budget. That being said, there’s tons of opportunities to get outdoors and explore! You can go hiking, biking, or horseback riding on miles of trails, or you can zip down a mountain strapped to a snowboard or skis if that’s more your speed.
Rancho Cucamonga truly has it all, including two medical marijuana dispensaries currently operating in town. The Adult Use of Marijuana Act was passed on November 8th, so you can expect at least a few recreational shops will open in the future! Oh, happy day!
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