Cars & Coffee Corona

Enjoy your Saturday mornings at Cars and Coffee Corona.

Quick Facts

Where? 2450 Wardlow Road, Corona, 92880
When? Every Saturday 7-9AM
Price? Free for vehicle entry, free to attend. Parking is first come, first serve.

Cars and Coffee Corona is a family friendly event featuring an awesome variety of cars in the IHOP parking lot. Everyone is welcome!

Quick Facts

Where? 2450 Wardlow Road, Corona, 92880
When? Every Saturday 7-9AM
Price? Free for vehicle entry, free to attend. Parking is first come, first serve.

All About Cars & Coffee Corona

The Greater Los Angeles Area hosts a myriad of car events - here's what you need to know about Cars & Coffee Corona

Event Details

Cars and Coffee Corona is held in the IHOP Corona parking lot.

Event Flyer

Unfortunately we don't have a flyer for this event.. yet.

Plan On Attending?

This is what you need to know before you head out to Cars & Coffee Corona.

1. Upcoming Event

Make sure to jot this into your calendar!

2021

June

26

Cars & Coffee Corona

starts at 07:00 AM

Since we can't call and verify each and every event, we recommend checking with the organizers.

2. A Helpful Map

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