Homes for Rent in Riverside, CA (574)

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10375 Church St
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10375 Church St

Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

Residential Condo Unit for Rent $2400

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7423 Tyler Pl
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7423 Tyler Pl

Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

Single-Family Home for Rent $2600

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7644 Pinot Pl
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7644 Pinot Pl

Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739

Single-Family Home for Rent $3000

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Your Guide to Homes in Riverside

A large and exciting city named for its proximity to the Santa Ana River, Riverside is one of the largest cities in California. Offering a wealth of diversity and variety of attractions, residents of Riverside homes for rent will truly be living the good life.


The exciting activity options are seemingly limitless. Spend an afternoon seeing the sites and visit fun places like the historic Van Buren Drive-In Theater, Performance Riverside, Canyon Crest Country Club, Calfornia Citrus State Historic Park or the March Field Air Museum. Dinosaur Truck Stop and the California Museum of Photography are always big hits with the college crowd, while Castle Amusement Park consistently draws in children of all ages, all located just a short drive from numerous Riverside houses for rent.


Regardless of your culinary adventurousness (or lack thereof), dining in this magnificent city is never boring. Exciting eateries abound, including Restaurant Omakase, Island's Restaurant, New Toyko Japanese Restaurant or Yard House Restaurant. Pepito's Mexican is the hot spot for overstuffed burritos, while Raxx BBQ and Brewing Co. is the perfect place for some hot sausage and a cold beer. Why not take break from cooking tonight and treat yourself to one of the restaurants neighboring your new Riverside rental home?


If you love the retail shopping experience then you're in for a real treat. Riverside homes for rent are close to a myriad of shopping options, so try visiting Canyon Crossings, Mission Grove Plaza, Mission Village, Orangecrest Town Center or the Galleria at Tyler.


Hiking, jogging and picnicking at some of the great parks in the city is always a great way to spend an afternoon, and if you're lucky you can catch one of the events planned through out the year. Take an afternoon off and watch the kids play at Reid Park, Nichols Park, Bordwell Park, Villegas Park, Hunt Park and La Sierra Park. Tour the numerous trails and lakes that dot the natural landscape, all located just a stone's throw from many Riverside houses for rent.


California living is a dream come true for many residents of this always-sunny state, with Riverside homes for rent drawing high appeal. So what are you waiting for? Start searching for your new Riverside rental home today, and start living the good life tomorrow!