Located east of the San Gabriel Valley, West Covina is a city with a small town charm. Several times I have traveled there to enjoy restaurants and shopping and seek out entertainment. One of the best restaurants in the city is Seafood Bay Bar & Grill. I am a picky about seafood having too strong a taste but this restaurant knows how to prepare seafood perfectly every single time.
Plenty of entertainment and attractions may be found in West Covina for people of all ages. One of the most unique attractions suitable for anyone is the Hurst Ranch Historical Center. This fun museum focuses on the history of ranching in the area and teaches visitors interesting details about how early ranches operated. Visitors are allowed to touch some artifacts and sit in antique vehicles and machinery, making it unlike most museums with all items labeled "do not touch". I truly enjoyed this museum and had a grand time playing with everything!
The city of West Covina is fairly quiet and residents enjoy slightly lower than average violent crime rates compared to most California cities. Access to Interstate 10 makes commuting easier for those working in other parts of the Los Angeles areas. West Covina neighborhoods are quiet and real estate prices are affordable.