Some things to do in Corona, California, include exploring Corona Lake, hiking Skyline Drive Trails, visiting Tom's Farms and ziplining. Those who want to experience some culture can visit Heritage House, a museum that focuses on local life during the Victorian era.
Outdoor enthusiasts can spend time in the solitude of Corona Lake that boasts abundant fishing. It is stocked with tilapia, trout and bass among other varieties. Children can try their hands at fishing in the kids pond. Fishing boats are available to rent; however, sometimes the lake closes if the water levels fall too far. More outdoor activities are available at Skyline Drive, a 9.8-mile hiking trail that meanders along canyon walls and hollows. Skull Canyon offers a few zipline courses that allow visitors to soar over 160 acres of rugged terrain.
Tom's Farms is an activity suitable for families. This farmer's market not only has a candy shop for those with a sweet tooth, but it contains a petting zoo, train rides, and arts and crafts. Corona also offers animal lovers several options for horseback riding.
Another activity is visiting Corona Heritage Park and Museum. A 1910-era building hosts the railroad museum and art gallery, while the Corona Heritage Park holds the last remnants of a 2,000-acre lemon ranch that operated through much of the 20th century.