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Victorville, California, Key City of the High Desert, is in San Bernardino County, centrally located to many major cities and attractions. 90 minutes from Los Angeles, 2 hours from Palm Springs, 2 hours from San Diego, 45 minutes from Ontario Airport, 3 hours from Las Vegas, 90 minutes from Anaheim, 1 hour from Big Bear and 35 minutes from Wrightwood, Victorville is a great place to stop and spend a day or night while making road journeys. With all the conveniences such as chain restaurants, stores, shops and hotels, Victorville provides a popular road stop for travelers.



Named for Jacob Nash Victor, a General Manager of the California Southern Railway, this pioneer helped create a Pacific coast terminal for the Santa Fe Route. In 1901, the U.S. Post Office renamed what was known as Victor to Victorville because of a mail delivery conflict with Victor, Colorado.



The San Bernardino County Fair in Victorville each spring brings carnival rides, livestock competitions, exhibits, a rodeo, a demolition derby and celebrity concerts to the city.  Throughout the year the fairgrounds plays host to many other activities including Home & Garden Show and Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular.

Other activities in Victorville include shopping at The Mall of Victor Valley located near Interstate 15 and Bear Valley Road. 100 specialty, four department stores, fabulous food court and AMC Theaters. Call: 760-241-3145.



Several public golf courses are among outdoor recreational activities and attractions such as Sports Pavilion at San Bernardino County Fairgrounds and Mojave Narrows, which is located alongside an old riverbed. It includes fishing at Horseshoe Lake, pedal boating, hiking and equestrian trails, picnic facilities, horse rentals, hayrides, archery range and a nature trail for physically challenged. Call: 760-245-2226. Roller skate, rock climbing, kick boxing and bowling are all available in a city that enjoys nature and sports both indoors and outdoors.



Old Town Victorville boasts an eclectic mix of antique stores and specialty shops and is home to the nostalgic Route 66 Museum. California Route 66 Museum on Route 66 features a collection of historic artifacts and photographs related to "The Road." It includes a gift shop, research library and an art gallery. Call: 760-951-0436.