San Bernardino County

California’s Outdoor Playground

Located just east of Los Angeles, San Bernardino County is a haven for travelers and residents alike. The natural beauty of the San Bernardino Mountains and the serenity of the Mojave Desert, make San Bernardino County a leading outdoor recreational area for Southern California. Its vast borders stretch from the greater Los Angeles area to the Nevada border and the Colorado River encompassing a total area of 20,160 square miles.

The County is home to the iconic Route 66, as well as acclaimed mountain resorts, Joshua Tree National Park, and the NASCAR AAA Autoclub Speedway just to name a few. It is here that visitors can experience an exhilarating mixture of recreation, entertainment, culture, history and hospitality.

Traveling throughout San Bernardino County you will find so many opportunities to grow, laugh, and explore. Those looking for a tranquil outdoor experience can treat themselves to a day of golf at one of the numerous award-winning courses located throughout the County. Visitors and residents can also savor some downtime at one of its beautiful Californian parks — San Bernardino County features one national park and nine regional parks. When it’s time to slow down, come and experience the gorgeous Lake Arrowhead Resort & Spa set right on the clear waters of beautiful Lake Arrowhead.

Hundreds of lively events also bring visitors from all over Southern California and beyond. Crowd favorites include the marvelous Lake Arrowhead Antique and Class Boat Show, Big Bear Lake Oktoberfest, and the biannual Joshua Tree Music Festival.

San Bernardino County is home to serval unique and delicious places to eat — one was even featured on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. From four-star dining to a mouth-watering take-out, San Bernardino County has it all. It also offers visitors exactly what they are looking for in a place to hang their hat. If you are looking for family friendly accomodation where you and your family can enjoy lasting memories together, a mountain cabin or a desert home is just the thing. If you prefer a resort style accommodations or a camp site San Bernardino County has those too.

Whether you’re looking for relaxation, recreation or a little bit of excitement, your family and friends will never forget the vacation “where the desert meets the water.”

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