Route 66 IECA

Route 66 IECA We recently completed a full-restoration of the Cucamonga Service Station®, originally built in 1915 which served as a Richfield Oil service station. Today this building is our museum and gift shop showcasing many original Richfield Oil artifacts.
We are presently raising funds to complete the restoration of the backlot Cucamonga Service Station® Garage building while promoting local businesses with our events and educating our community and followers across America to the historic significance and importance of preserving The Mother Road - Route 66.
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We recently completed a full-restoration of the Cucamonga Service Station®, originally built in 1915 which served as a Richfield Oil service station. Today this building is our museum and gift shop showcasing many original Richfield Oil artifacts. We are presently raising funds to begin the restoration of the Cucamonga Service Station® Garage building while promoting local businesses with our events and educating our community and followers across America to the historic significance and importance of preserving The Mother Road - Route 66.

Mission: We are the Route 66 Inland Empire California Association, a non-profit 501c3 all volunteer group organized in 2013 to promote the preservation of historically significant landmarks along Route 66 the Mother Road.

03/22/2020
Jared & Derek Kato from Rialto
02/16/2020

Jared & Derek Kato from Rialto

Rachelle & Warren from Toronto, Canada
02/16/2020

Rachelle & Warren from Toronto, Canada

Come out tomorrow and support the Cucamonga Service Station. $17 All-You-Can-Eat Buffet Breakfast catered by Felipe’s Ca...
02/01/2020

Come out tomorrow and support the Cucamonga Service Station. $17 All-You-Can-Eat Buffet Breakfast catered by Felipe’s Catering. Stay for the Super Bowl.

Visiting from Costa Rica
01/24/2020

Visiting from Costa Rica

Al and Tim trenching for the water and electricity for the new bathroom, soon to be built at the Cucamonga Service Stati...
01/13/2020

Al and Tim trenching for the water and electricity for the new bathroom, soon to be built at the Cucamonga Service Station

Visitors from Torrance
12/26/2019

Visitors from Torrance

Folks visiting from Toronto
12/26/2019

Folks visiting from Toronto

Chris & Lesa DeJons from Ontario with their 1933 Ford Victoria
12/15/2019

Chris & Lesa DeJons from Ontario with their 1933 Ford Victoria

Hayden Kazerooni 😊
12/08/2019

Hayden Kazerooni 😊

Come out and support the Cucamonga Service Station TOMORROW at our monthly All-You-Can-Eat buffet breakfast catered by F...
11/30/2019

Come out and support the Cucamonga Service Station TOMORROW at our monthly All-You-Can-Eat buffet breakfast catered by Felipe’s Catering. $17, kids 10 and under eat free. 9 - 1, VFW, 8751 Industrial Ln., Rancho

From the Netherlands, driving Route 66
11/15/2019

From the Netherlands, driving Route 66

From Spain, driving Route 66
11/15/2019

From Spain, driving Route 66

Visited the station with her 7 day old baby and her Mom from Alabama
11/15/2019

Visited the station with her 7 day old baby and her Mom from Alabama

From Barcelona driving Route 66
11/15/2019

From Barcelona driving Route 66

Lauren and Melinda Czaia from Minneapolis, MN
11/11/2019

Lauren and Melinda Czaia from Minneapolis, MN

11/04/2019
11/04/2019

Wonderful performance at our fundraiser, monthly breakfast by the non-profit San Bernardino folklorico dance group.

Come join us this Sunday in celebrating our 6th year of hosting our all-you-can-eat fundraiser, buffet breakfast catered...
10/29/2019

Come join us this Sunday in celebrating our 6th year of hosting our all-you-can-eat fundraiser, buffet breakfast catered by Felipe’s Catering. The Ballet Folklorico dance group of San Bernardino will be performing and featuring dances that celebrate “Dia De Los Muertos.” VFW, 8751 Industrial Ln, RC. Please note that the price of our brunch is changing from $15 to $17.

David and Betty from Portland Oregon
10/26/2019

David and Betty from Portland Oregon

Came from Sweden to drive Route 66
10/17/2019

Came from Sweden to drive Route 66

Terry & Victoria Tucker traveling  the route from Evansville, IN. They helped support the station by buying a brick. Tha...
10/13/2019

Terry & Victoria Tucker traveling the route from Evansville, IN. They helped support the station by buying a brick. Thank you! 😊

Couple from the Canadian side of Niagara Falls, traveling Route 66
10/10/2019

Couple from the Canadian side of Niagara Falls, traveling Route 66

Folks from Netherlands traveling Route 66
10/10/2019

Folks from Netherlands traveling Route 66

Route 66 IECA
10/10/2019

Route 66 IECA

THANK YOU Dennis and James (Tinker) Darr, Kramer Services, Boron CA, for donating the authentic Richfield sign for our station!

Jemma & Steve, traveling Route 66 for their honeymoon
10/05/2019

Jemma & Steve, traveling Route 66 for their honeymoon

Netflix "Fastest Car" series. Season 2, Episode 2 at about 4:56 into the episode:
09/27/2019

Netflix "Fastest Car" series. Season 2, Episode 2 at about 4:56 into the episode:

Press ReleaseFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASECucamonga Service Station Receives 2019 Best of Rancho Cucamonga AwardRancho Cucamonga...
09/25/2019

Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Cucamonga Service Station Receives 2019 Best of Rancho Cucamonga Award

Rancho Cucamonga Award Program Honors the Achievement

RANCHO CUCAMONGA September 18, 2019 -- Cucamonga Service Station has been selected for the 2019 Best of Rancho Cucamonga Award in the Museum category by the Rancho Cucamonga Award Program.

Each year, the Rancho Cucamonga Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Rancho Cucamonga area a great place to live, work and play.

Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2019 Rancho Cucamonga Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Rancho Cucamonga Award Program and data provided by third parties.

The Rancho Cucamonga Award Program is an annual awards program honoring the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses throughout the Rancho Cucamonga area. Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value.

David Fulwiler & Sharon White from League City TX
09/22/2019

David Fulwiler & Sharon White from League City TX

Jo and Matt from Crestline, CA
09/13/2019

Jo and Matt from Crestline, CA

Trang Qu & Guanxing Xu from China getting their Route 66 Passport stamped
08/03/2019

Trang Qu & Guanxing Xu from China getting their Route 66 Passport stamped

BRUNCH & WOMEN’S SOCCER FINALS! Come support the Cucamonga Service Station and the VFW, Post 8680. Tomorrow, July 7th. $...
07/06/2019

BRUNCH & WOMEN’S SOCCER FINALS! Come support the Cucamonga Service Station and the VFW, Post 8680. Tomorrow, July 7th. $15.00, All-You-Can-Eat Buffet Breakfast- Felipe’s Catering. Multiple, large-screen 4-K TVs. Game starts at 8 AM, brunch at 9 AM. 8751 industrial Ln., Rancho Cucamonga

Address

9670 Foothill Blvd
Rancho Cucamonga, CA
91730

General information

The Cucamonga Service Station® Museum and Gift Shop is open Wednesday through Saturday, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM. 9670 Foothill Boulevard, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 909-271-1024

Opening Hours

Thursday 10:00 - 15:00
Friday 10:00 - 15:00
Saturday 10:00 - 15:00
Sunday 10:00 - 15:00

Telephone

(909) 271-1024

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We recently completed a full renovation of the Cucamonga Service Station®, originally built in 1915 which served as a Richfield Oil service station. Today this building is our museum and gift shop showcasing many original Richfield Oil artifacts. We are presently raising funds to begin the restoration of the Cucamonga Service Station® Garage building while promoting local businesses with our events and educating our community and followers across America to the historic significance and importance of preserving The Mother Road - Route 66.

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