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Entertainment & Activities

Claremont offers treasures that its residents have cherished for years: parks, a dinner theater, a folk music museum, a movie theater, the arts on display, theatrical productions, historic buildings and a botanic garden. During the summer months head to Claremont for the free music events, Friday Nights Live and Concerts in the Park.

Friday Nights LIVE!

Art Galleries

Botanic Garden

Dance Studios

Schools of Music 


Movie Theaters


Performing Arts

Claremont Heritage Self Guided Tour of The Claremont Village

Folk Music Center Museum

Raymond M Alf Museum of Paleontology




Friday Nights Live (May-October)

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Parks & Trails

Claremont was the start of the most challenging stage of the 2011 Amgen Tour of California for a reason – it traversed a route that local cyclists regularly use to test their mountain endurance. Another reason the Tour came to Claremont is because it’s a bicycle-friendly city, providing safe routes and infrastructure for highly enjoyable rides around the village or further into the neighboring communities. For mountain bikers, there are numerous trails and degrees of challenges, starting right inside Claremont at the foothills, or deeper into the Angeles forest.


Claremont Hills Wilderness Park

3814 N Mills Ave

Claremont, CA 91711 (map it!)
Claremont Hills Wilderness Park This wilderness park is located north of the city, with an entrance at the north end of Mills Avenue. It is primarily a wilderness preserve with rugged inaccessible terrain. A system of fire roads provides for hiking, biking, walking leashed dogs, and horse riding. There are no other improvements within the park. 1,589 acres Roads for hiking, biking, walking leashed dogs, and horse riding. Current Status: OPEN - call 909-399-5431 if in doubt During periods of extreme brush fire danger, the City will close the park to public access. During periods of very high and high brush fire danger, the City may partially or entirely close the park to public access. Closure of the park for fire prevention purposes will be done based on information and recommendations from the Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACFD) and/or the United States Forest Service. The LACFD uses five categories of brush fire danger: 1) low, 2) medium, 3) high, 4) very high and 5) extreme.

Johnson's Pasture
Johnson Pasture Rd
Claremont, CA 91711 (map it!)
The 183-acre property abuts the north Claremont neighborhood known as Claraboya. It is contiguous with the existing Wilderness Park. It is an island of peace and serenity just minutes away from Claremont's downtown. North end of Mountain Avenue, Claremont, 91711

Thompson Creek Trail
2430 N. Indian Hill Blvd.
Claremont, CA 91711 (map it!)
Thompson Creek Trail This linear park lies on the northern end of the city. It runs parallel to the Thompson Creek flood control channel maintained by the County of Los Angeles. The paved trail is popular with walkers, runners, bicyclists, and leashed dogs. The native vegetation that grows alongside the trail adds to the feeling of "being out of the city" for the users of the trail. The 2.8-mile trail is accessible from many points along its route including Base Line Road, Higginbotham Park, North Indian Hill Boulevard, several cul-de-sacs and Pomello Drive. The park has a parking lot located on North Indian Hill Boulevard across from La Puerta Sports Park, 2430 N. Indian Hill Blvd., Claremont, CA 91711 24.9 acres Parking lot

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