Known for its orange orchards and small-town charm, Redlands is east of Los Angeles nestled just below the San Bernardino National Forest. This quaint town is known for its elaborate late-1800s buildings, plethora of unique shops, variety of local restaurants, and plenty of local trails, theaters, and outdoor community events. The small town is dotted... Read More ›
Palm Springs
If you’re looking for palm trees, golf courses, stylish hotels, and a vibrant night life- Palm Springs has it all! This noteworthy city in the Sonoran Desert is known for its midcentury- modern architecture, shopping, and plethora of amazing bars and restaurants. A true desert oasis, the surrounding Coachella Valley offers hiking, biking, and horseback... Read More ›
Lake Arrowhead
A scenic mountain town in the San Bernardino Mountains, Lake Arrowhead is known as the “Alps of Southern California”. This highly sought out destination is a year-round hot spot for tourism. From shopping in Lake Arrowhead Village to ski and snowboarding activities at Snow Valley, Snow Summit, and Mountain High, there’s plenty to keep an avid... Read More ›
San Bernardino
The second-largest city in the Inland Empire and home to a stretch of the legendary Route 66, San Bernardino has long been the gateway to Southern California. A city rich in history and cultural diversity, San Bernardino boasts a vast array of shops, restaurants, and serves as an epicenter for entertainment. Interested in taking in the diverse natural regions that... Read More ›
Rancho Cucamonga
With excellent schools and a low crime rate, Rancho Cucamonga was named one of the best places in the United States to Raise a family. Pair that with the plethora of shopping – hello Victoria Gardens, and the number of other highly sought after shopping centers, the over abundance of restaurants, community based activity options... Read More ›
Known as the city of arts and innovation, Riverside is home to historic landmarks such as the Mission Inn Hotel and Spa and the Fox Performing Arts Center. With 24 nationally registered historic sites and more than 100 city landmarks commemorating this city’s history, visitors and residents alike enjoy cultural activities including downtown museums, farmers... Read More ›