California Inland Empire includes mountain skiing, lakes, wineries, hot air ballooning and outdoor activities that offer a closeness with nature, just a short distance from Los Angeles.  Check out Inland Empire Hotels or call: 1-800-216-1482

 

California Regions: Inland Empire

 

Riverside County -  7,243 square miles of land. 3rd largest for population with  1,522,900 people. Aerial Tramway-Palm Springs, Mission Inn- Riverside, Los Angeles County Fair-Pomona RIVERSIDE  Created 1893 and derived its name from the City of Riverside. California's Inland Empire Riverside County holds many distinctions. Its very own wine country in Temecula, the avocado capitol of the world, and other superlatives make it more than just a destination. It is also a thriving economy.  www.co.riverside.ca.us Historical Landmarks & Population

 

San Bernardino County - largest land mass, 20,164 square miles. Recreational Hiking, Skiing, Mountain Biking, Camping and Sports in Mountains    SAN BERNARDINO  Created 1853. Saint Bernard is the patron saint of mountain passes. The name Bernardino means "bold as a bear." www.co.san-bernardino.ca.us  Landmarks & Population

Cities & Towns:  Adelanto; Baker; Baldwin Lake; Barstow; Big Bear City; Big Bear Lake; Calico; Chino; Colton; Fawnskin; Needles; Ontario; Rancho Cucamonga; Redlands; Rialto; Running Springs; San Bernardino; Twentynine Palms; Upland; Valley Wells; Victorville; Yermo; Yucca Valley; Apple Valley; Chino Hills Fontana; Grand Terrace; Hesperia; Highland; Loma Linda; Montclair; Rancho Cucamonga; and Yucaipa

 

 

 
 
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