San Bernardino

Visitors can get something unique here. Along with palm palms and incessant mountain peaks, it provides a wide variety of activities and venues.

San Bernardino National Forest

It includes a section of the San Jacinto, Santa Rosa, San Gabriel, and San Bernardino Mountains. It offers riding, camping, fishing, and hiking.

San Manuel Stadium

In the heart of San Bernardino, there is a baseball field called San Manuel Stadium. The Inland Empire 66ers Minor League baseball club calls it home.

Rim of the World Scenic Byway

The San Bernardino Mountains are accessible from the city through the Rim of the World Scenic Byway. Several well-known forest sites are connected via the byway.

Original McDonald's Site and Museum

Visit to discover the history of McDonald's and the two illustrious brothers, Dick and Mac McDonald, who launched the company in 1948.

San Bernardino Railroad and History Museum

The amazing museum is housed in the restored 1918 Santa Fe Depot, which is presently used as an Amtrak or Metro link depot stop.

Deep Creek Hot Springs

You must visit this place if you're seeking for something enjoyable and soothing to do while on vacation in Southern California.

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Glen Helen Regional Park

It has beautiful views of both the San Gabriel and San Bernardino Mountains and is situated at the foot of the chaparral-covered slopes of the Cajon Pass.

Big Bear Lake

Big Bear Lake is the greatest glory of the San Bernardino National Forest and a premier destination for hiking, mountain biking, snowboarding, and fishing.

The National Orange Show Festival

This fair features almost 30 Butler Amusement carnival rides, as well as attractions, live entertainment, food vendors, fireworks, a petting zoo, and pony rides.