'So much beauty': Corona locals embrace the city's uniqueness

CORONA, Calif. (KABC) -- The city of Corona, whose heritage spans more than a century, is about 45 miles southeast of Los Angeles in Riverside County. It's a diverse city continuing to grow leaps and bounds.

"There's so much beauty in Corona and our surrounding communities, like Eastvale and Norco," said Joel Sabas, a Corona resident. "It's between Riverside and it's between Orange County, there's so much to do around here."

From the Prado Dam designed in the 1930s to the "famous circle" and the Green River Trail, which runs alongside the 91 freeway, Corona has many great places to discover.

"And then you have the Norco area, which is horse town of America. People ride horses from eateries to bars," said Rosalinda Murphy, a resident of Corona. "I love it because you get the city life, you get the rural life. It's all it's all right here."

One of Corona's neighboring areas is Norco, where you'll find horse-friendly restaurants, pubs and trails. There's also Harada Park, which is a local favorite.

"And when it comes to Corona, Corona is foodie heaven," said Sabas. "For those that love soul food. We have a place called Sunday Dinners Soul Food."

"Corona, Eastvale is made up of .. a very diverse group. It's just really cool. I love it for me. This is home," said Murphy.

Watch the video to see more places recommended by Corona residents.
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