Why Choose Our Destination?
The Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau ("GOCVB") provides meeting planners with an unbiased, comprehensive resource when booking a tour, convention, meeting or event within the cities of Ontario and Rancho Cucamonga, California, and beyond. For meeting needs of all sizes - from a conference room to a citywide convention utilizing the Ontario Convention Center - or for a special exposition or sporting event, the GOCVB will provide the necessary destination support tools to execute a successful experience. MEET here to make the most of your event - be it a small conference, convention, indoor or outdoor festival, or sporting spectacular -- the GOCVB offers an unbiased, comprehensive resource when planning and booking a tour or event. EXPLORE our scenic getaways, where the rugged outdoors mixes seamlessly with quiet reflection. Parachuting, off-roading, zip-lining, rock-climbing and skiing go hand-in-hand with peaceful pine forests, sun-kissed vineyards and natural hot springs. The Greater Ontario Region boasts a busy metropolitan area that is both historic and cosmopolitan in character. We are centrally located just a short drive from Los Angeles, California's world-famous coastline, Disneyland Resort and Palm Springs. CONNECT at one or more of our meeting venues, knowing that you have found the highest value, quality and convenience for your event. Easy airport access to our many hotels, the Ontario Convention Center and Citizens Business Bank Arena means you can plan a meeting, special exposition or sporting events for tens, hundreds or thousands of people without the hassle of worrying about ground transportation.
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Distance from airport
- LA/Ontario International Airport
3.22 km from city center
Aqua Caliente Casino Resort
Pechanga Resort and Casino
Morongo Casino Resort & Spa
Did you know? - The City of Ontario is named after Lake Ontario in Canada. It was named by Iroquois and means ‘beautiful water’ or ‘sparkling water’. - In 1942 during WW II, Ontario Airport became Ontario Air Base where pilots trained to fly the Lockheed P-39 Lighting. - Ontario Motor Speedway ran its first race September 6, 1970 on what is now the site of the Ontario Mills Mall.