The primary focus of Triple Crown’s Zoom Into June event is to get maximum exposure and attention from the large number of college coaches looking for prospective talent, but there are some avenues to travel if you want to have some fun away from the ballpark.
Diamond Valley Lake – The recent bounty of rain and snow has led to an impressive wildflower bloom, and remnants of that will be visible along the many trails around this key California reservoir. It’s also a great time to rent a boat and do a little fishing.
March Field Air Museum – Decades of thoughtful acquisitions and careful expansion have led to this gem of a museum, where you can stroll along the ground and get up-close looks at interesting and vintage aircraft. There’s extra attention to detail that will also entertain small children.
Cabazon Dinosaur Museum – Widely loved and appreciated as the epitome of a roadside attraction. The museum is set on four stories and not only attracts a large number of tourists but also the LA media who have been known to use the dinosaur models in commercials and other broadcasts.
UCR Botanic Gardens – With 40 acres of space and four miles of trails, the gardens feature more than 3,500 plant species and thousands of specimens from around the world, with a focus on plants from Mediterranean climate (dry summer) and arid lands similar to California and the desert Southwest.
Los Serranos Golf Club – Featuring a North and South Course, both public, with the South Course generally known as the more challenging location, with more elevation changes. North Course is tight.