Corona is a Riverside County city that is bordered by the cities of Riverside, Yorba Linda and Chino Hills. The suburb, which is framed by the Santa Ana Mountains and the Cleveland National Forest, has a Mediterranean climate that is characterized by hot summers and relatively warm winters. Its climate and surrounding ground water resources made Corona an ideal place to exploit California’s burgeoning citrus industry during the 19th century, and the city was founded in 1896 to become the center of a lemon growing syndicate. The citrus growers’ operations were so successful that Corona was known as the world’s lemon capital. Today, Corona is a largely residential city that provides its residents with a safe living environment and comparatively high quality of life.
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Although Corona is not a typical California tourist destination, the city has plenty of things to do for locals and visitors who stop there for a weekend stay. Corona’s upscale communities host attractions such as The Shops at Dos Lagos. The outdoor shopping center features well-recognized retailers, boutique stores, fine dining, a children’s play area and a nearby cinema. At the Dos Lagos Golf Course, locals and visitors can enjoy a few rounds of golf while taking in gorgeous views of the Cleveland National Forest. Adventure seekers can spend the day hiking through the nearby foothills and culminate their day with scenic zipline tours through Corona’s mountainous terrain. The Corona Heritage Park and Museum offers visitors a glimpse into Corona’s unique agricultural history, and its onsite, heritage skills classes for pottery making and wood working are designed to inspire Corona’s next generation of artists. The park sits on five acres of land that was formerly part of a lemon grove; three buildings that were constructed during the early 20th century for lemon farm operations have been preserved for tours. No trip to Corona is complete without stopping by Tom’s Farms. The farm features kid-friendly petting zoos, horseback rides, live music and great food.
Longtime Riverside County residents and celebrities considered Corona a hidden gem that was treasured for its relative privacy and semi-rural setting. While the city’s rural setting has been mostly replaced by extensive suburban development, the area retains many enclaves of peace, privacy and tranquility. A cruise through the upscale neighborhoods of South Corona and Dos Lagos reveals a variety of architectural styles that include light-filled, ultra-modern dwellings as well as sprawling Mediterranean villas. Many of these homes feature elegant iron entry doors, window coverings and gates that add value, security and attractiveness to homes and businesses. Corona residents and visitors can find one of the largest selections of traditional and contemporary iron entry doors in the region at Pinky’s Iron Doors. If we do not carry a particular style of door, we will custom make the piece upon request from a client. Our user-friendly, online ordering process and delivery service to anywhere in the United States make shopping for luxury iron doors and accessories a pleasant experience.
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