Corona Heritage Park welcomes photographers, filmmakers, and creative professionals to experience the charm of our historic grounds for their filming or photo location needs. Whether you're seeking the perfect outdoor setting for a photoshoot or a unique backdrop for your film project, our park offers a versatile canvas that ignites inspiration and enhances your creative vision. We offer affordable rates, historical bountiful gardens, and flexibility, rentable by two-hour blocks, or day-rate.
PRICE: $50 for 2-hour time block
INCLUDES: You can use any outdoor areas/lawns/alleys of the park. Your permit is for photography only. No picnics, parties, gatherings or wedding photography unless your wedding is here.
PLEASE NOTE: Your scheduled session is exclusive to you only. If other photographers are present, or if anyone is interfering with your shoot, please let us know immediately.
Scheduling Tips: SATURDAYS ARE NOT AVAILABLE during any time of the day because they're booked months or years ahead for weddings, receptions, tours and community events.
Owned and operated by the Corona Heritage Foundation, a 100% volunteer-staffed, non-profit corporation. ALL PROCEEDS DIRECTLY FUND THE PARK WITH NO ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS.
Everyone is always welcome to visit the park, its free museum and attractions during business hours of 10 am - 2 pm, Tuesday - Saturday. Corona Heritage Park is a place of “public accommodation” and here to serve the community, but it is PRIVATE PROPERTY and not a public park.
IF YOU DO NOT POSSESS A VALID PERMIT, YOU WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE.
You're welcome to bring your dog(s) for photography!
Follow these two simple rules for the safety and consideration of others:
#1. Your dogs must be held on a leash AT ALL TIMES.
#2. YOU MUST clean up after your dogs. Bring your own bags.
FILM or VIDEO PRODUCTIONS
TO RESERVE, CONTACT:
Please call Terri Vance at 951-898-0687 for details, or email TerriVance@CoronaHeritage.org
The Corona Heritage Park offers a variety of different scenic backdrops for filming located on its 5 acre site. The park has eleven historic buildings constructed between 1904 and 1937, four of which are former residences, the rest are packing houses and sheds with many mature-growth shade trees, a half-acre specimen lemon grove, garden areas, rustic farm equipment and metal sheds, and a large company store which is now the museum. The museum itself is well decorated and has many impressive exhibit displays. We are easy to work with and can accommodate most any shooting schedule. We even have meeting rooms with restrooms, or spacious stand-alone restrooms, that can be rented to serve as dressing/make-up rooms, video village, or on-site production offices.
Exclusive Property Use:
This historic park and its operations are generally quiet with minimum background noise and suitable for filming without disruption. For shoots requiring exclusive use of the park, requiring it to be closed to the general public, additional charges may be necessary to compensate for lost revenues and quotable for time and season.