Thrifty Car Rental –Ontario (ONT)
3450 Airport Drive
Ontario, CA 91761
Located just about 35 miles away from downtown Los Angeles, the city of Ontario is quickly becoming California's business hub. However, this "gateway to Southern California" is taking the spotlight in tourism as well. Travelers can easily get off the plane at the Ontario international airport and jump in a Ontario rental car to cruise to all of the area's most beloved attractions. Being in SoCal, you can imagine the stunning landscape and natural beauty that graces this area - but there's so much more. If you're looking to escape the bustle of tourist towns in The Golden State, you'll love this quiet town.
Sitting at an elevation of 5,106 feet in the San Bernardino National Forest, Lake Arrowhead and Big Bear Lake offer a romantic getaway and adventurous vacation. Coined as the Alps of Southern California, this spot is one of the state's best kept secrets. Drive your Ontario car rental to the stunning scenery of this locale. No matter what time of the year you are planning your trip, you'll find leisurely outdoor activities or quaint summer festivals. The Art and Wine Festival is ideal for winos, and skiing is the perfect snowy adventure. Big Bear Lake is another all-seasons resort community near Ontario.
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If you like shopping, you'll love the Ontario Mills discount shopping center! Drive your Ontario rental car to this massive fashion district, and you'll never want to leave - and you don't have to for a while, anyway. This center features a movie theater, several dining options, a comedy club and several events throughout the year. No matter what your style, you'll find a store to suit your needs at this massive shopping center that boasts more than 200 stores.
The Museum of History and Art is one of the most popular attractions in Ontario. It hosts permanent and temporary exhibits that focus on local and regional history. Jump in your Ontario car rental and learn about the history, art and cultural traditions of this Southern California region. You can meander through the exhibits on your own or take a tour that will allow you to dive deeper into the intricate history of Ontario.