La Verne - United States / View learning centers

Enjoy the vibrant street life, and then retreat to the peace and quiet of your parks.

Enjoy the vibrant street life, and then retreat to the peace and quiet of your parks.

Population: 31,063

Founded in 1887 and incorporated in 1906, La Verne is nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel - Pomona Valleys. La Verne is situated approximately 35 miles east of Los Angeles. Although La Verne is located in metropolitan Los Angeles County, it is a "close-knit" community which has been able to retain its "small town" traditions and virtues.

With eight mobilehome parks and three large retirement communities, La Verne has a significant senior citizen population. In addition, due to an influx of new upscale housing during the past two decades, La Verne also enjoys a large clientele of school-age youth. La Verne is a well balanced community.


La Verne has a mediterranean climate with dry hot summers and mild winters. The temperature over the course of the year, typically varies from 6°C to 34°C and is rarely below 2°C or above 39°C.


Metrolink: La Verne commuters can travel to downtown Los Angeles on the new Metrolink line which offers round-trip train service Monday through Saturday. Discounts are available for seniors, students and off-peak travel. Amtrak travelers can make connections at Union Station in Los Angeles.

Metro Gold Line: is a light rail line from Los Angeles to Montclair. The first phase connects the cities of Los Angeles, South Pasadena and Pasadena. The Metro Gold Line links commuters to the regional transportation network at Union Station in downtown Los Angeles.

Foothill Transit: This company provides bus service for the San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys. It is a component of the METRO system, the region's integrated transportation system. Lines traverse Foothill Boulevard and Bonita Avenue to points outside the city. 


La Verne downtown: Is located in Los Angeles County in Southern California.  La Verne counts  with restaurants, hotels, shopping, and attractions. Some of the nearby cities include San Dimas, Claremont, Pomona, Charter Oak and Montclair. 

Cucamonga Peak: This rewarding trip takes hikers from the upper reaches of San Antonio Canyon through the heart of the Cucamonga Wilderness to the landmark pyramid of Cucamonga Peak, where panoramic vistas unfold. 

Bonelli Park: The 1,975 acres of park facilities surrounding the lake offer a variety of recreational  activities: family and group  picnicking, sight seeing, hiking, horseback riding, jogging, nature walks, recreational vehicle (RV) and group camping, a water-theme park,  calf-roping, bird watching, spa facilities, golfing and bicycling.

Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden: Is the largest botanic garden dedicated exclusively to California's native plants. RSABG, a private, nonprofit organization, offers educational programs and special events throughout the year and is home of the Botany Department for Claremont Graduate University. The Garden offers a superb selection of California native plants.


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